Socrates Meets Sartre: The Father of Philosophy Meets the Founder of Existentialism : a Socratic Cross-examination of Existentialism and Human Emotions
Christian philosopher Kreeft (philosophy, Boston College) uses an imaginary dialogue between Socrates and Sartre to challenge the fundamental concepts of existentialist philosophy. The conversational style and non-technical language he employs serves to make the concepts discussed accessible to both students and general readers. Kreeft is also the
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1 In Hell?
2 The First Principle of Existentialism
3 Atheism and Honesty
4 Beinginitself and Beingforitself
6 Man and Woman
7 Am I My Life?
9 Freedom and Values
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