9780872205956

Existentialism

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  • ISBN13:

    9780872205956

  • ISBN10:

    0872205959

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 10/1/2001
  • Publisher: Hackett Pub Co Inc

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Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition ix
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction: The Legacy of Existentialism xiii
Existentialism Today xiii
Existentialism and the Rise of the Modern Worldview xiv
Human Existence xvii
Being-in-the-world xxi
Freedom xxv
Authenticity xxxi
Existentialism and Its Critics xxxv
Kierkegaard
1(92)
Introduction:
Kierkegaard's Aims
1(1)
The Human Situation
2(3)
Spheres of Existence
5(3)
Despair, Subjectivity, and Resignation
8(5)
Faith
13(3)
The Teleological Suspension of the Ethical
16(3)
Background Reading:
from Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
19(7)
Selections:
Fear and Trembling:
26(52)
Preface
26(3)
A Panegyric upon Abraham
29(6)
Problemata: Preliminary Expectoration
35(20)
Problem I (Is There Such a Thing as a Teleological Suspension of the Ethical?)
55(11)
Problem II (Is There Such a Thing as an Absolute Duty Toward God?)
66(12)
The Sickness unto Death:
That Despair is the Sickness unto Death
78(7)
Concluding Unscientific Postscript:
The Subjective Truth, Inwardness; Truth is Subjectivity
85(8)
Nietzche
93(90)
Introduction:
Life-Philosophy: The Dionysian and the Apollonian
93(3)
A New Kind of Science
96(5)
The Death of God
101(3)
The Idea of the Eternal Recurrence of the Same
104(3)
Perspectivism
107(4)
``The Great Health'' and the Path to the Overman
111(3)
Twilight of the Idols
114(5)
Selections:
The Birth of Tragedy (Section One)
119(4)
The Gay Science
123(49)
Twilight of the Idols
172(11)
The Problem of Socrates
172(4)
``Reason'' in Philosophy
176(4)
How the ``True World'' Finally Became a Fiction
180(3)
Heidegger
183(72)
Introduction:
The Question of Being
183(6)
Human Being (Dasein) as Being-in-the-world
189(7)
The Structure of Human Agency
196(7)
Authenticity
203(8)
Selections:
Being and Time:
Introduction
211(1)
The Question of Being
211(4)
The Twofold Task in Working Out the Question of Being
215(4)
Division One: Analysis of Dasein
219(1)
The Task of a Preparatory Analysis of Dasein
219(2)
Being-in-the World in General as the Basic State of Dasein
221(2)
The Worldhood of the World
223(7)
Being-in-the-World as Being-With and Being-One's-Self. The ``They''
230(6)
Being-in as Such
236(7)
Care as the Being of Dasein
243(3)
Division Two: Dasein and Temporality
246(1)
Dasein's Possibility of Being-a-whole, and Being-toward-death
246(5)
Authenticity and Resoluteness
251(2)
Temporality as the Ontological Meaning of Care
253(2)
Sartre
255(104)
Introduction:
What Is Existentialism?
255(4)
Being, Consciousness, and Nothingeness
259(6)
Freedom
265(4)
Bad Faith and Authenticity
269(3)
The Other and the Question of Ethics
272(4)
Background Reading:
Husserl's ``Phenomenology and Anthropology''
276(14)
Selections:
The Humanism of Existentialism
290(19)
Being and Nothingness:
The Origin of Negation: The Question
309(3)
Negations
312(6)
The Origin of Nothingness
318(10)
Bad Faith and Falsehood
328(3)
Patterns of Bad Faith
331(13)
The ``Faith'' of Bad Faith
344(4)
The Existence of Others
348(4)
Freedom and Responsibility
352(3)
Existential Psychoanalysis
355(4)
Ethical Implications
359

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