Existentialism: Basic Writings
Charles B. Guignon, Derk Pereboom
Hackett Publishing, 2001 - Philosophy - 362 pages
Together with the editor's thoughtful introductions, the central existential writings of Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Sartre included in this volume make it the most substantial anthology of existentialism available. Without shortening any of the selections offered in the first edition, the second edition adds valuable context by presenting two additional selections by philosophers who had a profound impact on the development of existentialism: Hegel and Husserl.
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Abraham absolute anguish anxiety appearance attitude authentic bad faith become being-in-itself Being-in-the-world believe belongs Birth of Tragedy called choice choose concept concrete consciousness constituted Dasein death defined Descartes despair determined Dionysian encounter entities essence essential eternal ethical everyday everything existence existential existentialist experience expression fact facticity feel finite for-itself freedom Gay Science Hegel Heidegger Heidegger's hero human reality Husserl idea ideal in-itself individual infinite interpretation involvement Isaac judgment Kierkegaard kind knight of faith lives look Martin Heidegger meaning mode moral movement nature negation ness never Nietzsche Nietzsche's nihilation non-being nothingness object one's oneself ontological ourselves ownmost paradox particular passion person phenomenology philosophers possibility potentiality-for-Being precisely present-at-hand question ready-to-hand relation resignation Sartre Sartre's sense sickness sickness unto death Socrates soul stands structure temporal things thought tion tragic hero transcendence transcendental true truth understanding universal words