Objectives, “Developing Vision, Tolerance and Psycho Social Behavior ” is a special course for teachers, religious scholars, graduates and leaders so that they could contribute adequately in society with a broader vision and latest knowledge of the world. Through this course participants will learn how to broaden their mental picture of the world. They will be able to refresh their knowledge and upgrade their understandings about the concepts, they already have been learning during their educational or professional career.

They will evaluate their intelligibilities whether they stand or not among the educated people of the modern world.

Course Contents

Course contents begin with the question of Credulity and Incredulity. Then matter of Maturity and Immaturity leads us to understand the difference between Ideal and Material or Subjective and Objective. Here, some exercises for tracing the element of “wisdom” in a human, are involved. Sigmund Freud’s theory of Conscious, sub-conscious and unconscious guides us to explore the sphere of vision and “self”. Henry Bergson’s Élan Vital and Iqbal’s concept of “Khudi” gives a sense of free will and confidence that is necessary for initiating a new thought process and creating a new thought system. Thus! When new thought system expands the sphere of “Self”, a new version of “Ego” appears which is humble and tolerant. Following is the list of course contents in detail,

Introduction to Mind Fabric

  1. Human brain and its functions
  2. Human Mind and its Structure
  3. Difference between Existence and Essence
  4. Ingredients of Human Essence
  5. Personal Credulity and Personal Incredulity
  6. Difference between Superstitions and beliefs

Skills and Personality

  1. Difference between Maturity and Immaturity
  2. Development of skills in Early Years
  3. Expression of Personality in Early Years
  4. Individual Identity Issues
  5. Difference between Argus and Intelligence
  6. Argus and Society
  7. Conscious, Sub-conscious and Un-conscious

Subjective and Objective Realities

  1. Difference between Ideal and Material
  2. Mind and Body Relationship
  3. Different States of Mind

Inferiority Complex

  1. Introduction to Inferiority Complex
  2. 4 Stages of Animal Spirit
  3. Ideal Personality
  4. Complex-free State of Mind
  5. Role of Environment in Developing Complexes
  6. Language and its Basic Problems
  7. Role of Education in Developing Personality

Awareness of Modern Thoughts

  1. History of the Development of Human Civilization
  2. Modernism and Post Modernism
  3. How do We Know the World Around Us
  4. Major Progresses in Social and Natural Sciences
  5. Evolutionary Theory and its Impacts

Evolution vs. Creative Evolution

  1. Stoic Era of Humanity and its Long Lasting Effects
  2. The Journey of Civilization from Static to Dynamic
  3. Difference Between Classical and Modern Physics
  4. Bergson’s Élan Vital and Creative Evolution
  5. Iqbalian Philosophy of Khudi and Earth-rootedness

Broadening Vision

  1. Introduction to Fallacious Speech
  2. Fallacies in General
  3. Taming Temperament with Logic
  4. Solving practice problems

Building Tolerance Level

  1. Tackling the attacks on basic beliefs or belief system
  2. Dealing with violent and offensive arguments
  3. Raveling the priorities
  4. Identifying Personal Social Circles
  5. True Isolation and Selection of Tracks
  6. Tracing Personal Biosocial Behaviors


  1. The Intolerance of Tolerance by D. A. Carson, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2012
  2. Tolerance and education by W. Paul Vogt
  3. The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam by Dr. Iqbal
  4. Constitutional Democracy in a Multicultural and Globalised World by Thomas Fleiner, Lidija Basta Fleiner

 Multimedia Support

Complicated concepts will be explained with the help of special videos, animations, simulations and images using multimedia in classroom.

Lecturer: Idrees Azad