International Journal of

Arts , Humanities & Social Science

ISSN 2693-2547 (Print) , ISSN 2693-2555 (Online)
Ontic-Being Competencies through Reflexive Praxeology: Action-Research Findings

Abstract


The existentialists along with the existential and social psychologists’ literature have recognized the life dreadfulness of existence and the pain of dealing with others.  Consequently, they opened the question about the possibility of finding meaning of existence and relative satisfaction to live with others. This research question: How can the Ontic-Being consciously actualize both meaning for existing and social accountabilities?  These 16 year-long longitudinal Action-Research investigations reveals how reflexivity becomes a mean to encounter this life journey.  More importantly, is that a reflexive praxeology and a life-long praxeological reflexivity become not only core competency, but a teachable way of life.  This current paper presents the overall pragmatic, systematic and rigorous empirical research on the Ontic-Being competencies development process over life mission and social capabilities and accountabilities.  The discussion addresses the implications of these findings transcending compulsive and programmed reactions into reflexive self-conduct into life-long journey