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Existentialism is, well, existential. But why and what does that mean? Few non-fiction writers have been able to really explain that to the non-fiction reader. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Oliver Schmidt
I purchased this for a course assignment - it now resides in my library with increasingly worn edges. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Paul A. Gilmore
The book suffers from the same flaw as many studies of existentialism, it puts the cart before the horse. Read morePublished 11 months ago by James G. Bennett Jr.
phenomenal book that covers the gamut. great place to gain insight before you dig deeper. i would very highly recommend this book.Published 11 months ago by no name
I was high as the clouds when I ordered it. Was High also when I read it.
Re-read it when I was sober. Made sense, quite a bit, actually. Read more
Existentialism is a complex subject, contrasting it to other texts and a lot of articles I have studied about the subject, the author manages to introduce the topic in a organized... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Aníbal Rojas
Concise and fairly clear. Can be a little thick at times. Good intro for those who need to write about existentialism, has a good list of additional resources at the end.Published 20 months ago by Freddy
The author has done a very fine job of bringing together the disparate threads of existentialism, and weaving an excellent exposition on the philosophy of existence.Published 22 months ago by JCW