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It’s hard to avoid existentialism when we think about the passage of time. Will we do enough with our lives? How long will our beauty and energy last? Will we be surrounded by loved ones when we grow…
Existentialism was a school of philosophy from the mid-20th century, with a series of profound themes about the meaning of life.
Hazel Barnes by way of opening the television series Self-Encounter: A Study in Existentialism. 'As a mood, I think we could say that it is the mood of the twentieth century — or, at least, of those…
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Given how many academic philosophy departments have banished Existentialism into some primitive wilderness, it seems striking to hear people talk about it as a current phenomenon with a serious,…
Every human is both an animal with a deep evolutionary history and an individual who must bring their existence into being
We keep chasing happiness, but true clarity comes from depression and existential angst. Admit that life is hell, and be free
«Heaven is no longer about the transcendental realm, but about attaining a total state of happiness and transforming Earth itself into Heaven in the now.»
Few of the great existentialists had children. How can their philosophy help with the anxiety and dread of fatherhood?
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