"An excellent introduction to questions of ultimate concern. Valuable to students of existentialism and analytic philosophy alike. This book traverses all boundaries in its carefully chosen readings."--S.N. Frantantaro, Providence College
"Fills the gap between the student's introduction to primary source material and secondary sources. Wonderfully crafted for the undergraduate who questions his/her own existence as well as the young theologian."--M.D. Tschaape, Indiana Institute of Technology
"A good collection of readings that deal with this significant philosophical issue. It is nice to have selections from such twentieth-century philosophers as Bertrand Russell and Richard Taylor."--Stephen Joseph, Framingham State College
"The best text available on the subject."--Ruth Sample, University of New Hampshire
About the Author
E. D. Klemke is at Iowa State University.