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The above-mentioned types of coordination of life-promoting elements, operational segments and functions establish the distributing order of the individualizing progress. At each of the phases they establish the meaningfulness of the elements which enter into the individualizing process. Each type functions by establishing sense-giving. Yet, its sense comes from, first, the vital, and second, the gregarious life-significance of the life-serving process. In its coalescent/fusional/organic way it functions as sense-giver; as viral sense-giver in the vital/psychic selecting THE MORAL SENSE AND THE HUMAN PERSON 31 mechanisms; as vital/gregarious sense-giver in the sentient/psychic appreciative and interest-sharing selectiveness.

Among them, the one which constitutes the instrument through which all lines of his constructive meaning-bestowing upon brute facts proceed, is the moral sense. It has to be emphasized at this point that the crux of the present conception of the human person lies in its being the moral agent. Yet it is a moral agent only insofar as its life-enactment is, throughout all the "vocal" circuits of its functioning, informed by the moral sense. We have now to attempt to trace the origin of the moral sense and its role in constituting the human person.

Of approbation Dr disapprobation. of values. oral Sense. of the social world. THE MORAL SENSE AND THE HUMAN PERSON 35 d. Valuation and Moral Sense In fact, the moral sense enters the valuative progress in man's selfinterpretation in existence as a specific and irreducible novum of the spontaneous Benevolent Sentiment that surges from the full-grown complexity of the evolutive significance in the individualizing (and through the individualizing) progress of life. Nevertheless, we cannot assume either that it is due to this progress that the moral sense, as a meaning-giving factor, in its crucially significant sentiment of benevolence toward the Other, operating in intersubjective interactions within the life-world, is released from the functional vital complexity, nor can it be reduced to the latter at any stage of its unfolding.

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