9780195174632

Existentialism

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    9780195174632

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 9/2/2004
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

Existentialism, 2/e, offers an exceptional and accessible introduction to the richness and diversity of existentialist thought. Retaining the focus of the highly successful first edition, the second edition provides extensive material on the "big four" existentialists--Kierkegaard, Nietzsche,Heidegger, and Sartre--while also including selections from twenty-four other authors. Giving readers a sense of the variety of existentialist thought around the world, this edition also adds new readings by such figures as Luis Borges, Viktor Frankl, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Keiji Nishitani, andRainer Maria Rilke. Existentialism, 2/e, also features: * New translations of Kierkegaard, Heidegger, and Buber * More extensive selections from Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Sartre * New selections by Hazel E. Barnes, Miguel de Unamuno, Joseph Heller, Philip Roth, and Colin Wilson * The Grand Inquisitor (from Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov) Ideal for undergraduate courses in existentialism and Continental philosophy, Existentialism, 2/e, is fascinating reading for anyone interested in the subject.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Introduction xi
Søren Kierkegaard
From The Present Age
3(3)
From The Journals
6(2)
The Rotation Method (from Either/Or)
8(7)
Is There Such a Thing as a Teleological Suspension of the Ethical? (from Fear and Trembling and The Sickness Unto Death)
15(2)
Truth Is Subjectivity (from Concluding Unscientific Postscript)
17(6)
On Becoming a Christian
23(6)
From The Concept of Anxiety
29(3)
Concerning the Dedication to "The Individual" (from The Point of View for My Work as An Author)
32(1)
What Do I Want? (from Kierkegaard's letters)
33(1)
Ivan Turgenev
From Fathers and Sons
34(4)
Feodor Dostoevsky
From Notes from Underground
38(10)
The Grand Inquisitor (from The Brothers Karamazov)
48(19)
Friedrich Nietzsche
From The Gay Science
67(5)
From Thus Spoke Zarathustra
72(3)
From Beyond Good and Evil
75(4)
From On the Genealogy of Morality
79(13)
From Twilight of the Idols
92(2)
On Truth
94(3)
On The Will to Power
97(3)
On Eternal Recurrence
100(3)
Hermann Hesse
From Steppenwolf
103(14)
Martin Heidegger
From Being and Time
117(29)
The Fundamental Question of Metaphysics (from An Introduction to Metaphysics)
146(5)
From Discourse on Thinking
151(3)
Rainer Maria Rilke
From The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge
154(3)
Miguel de Unamuno
From The Tragic Sense of Life
157(5)
Karl Jaspers
Existenz (from Philosophy)
162(9)
Franz Kaflca
Couriers (from Parables and Paradoxes)
171(1)
Before the Law (from The Penal Colony)
171(3)
Gabriel Marcel
What Is a Free Man? (from Man Against Mass Society)
174(10)
Albert Camus
From The Stranger
184(3)
From The Myth of Sisyphus
187(11)
From The Fall
198(3)
From "Albert Camus" by Jean-Paul Sartre
201(5)
Jean-Paul Sartre
From Existentialism Is a Humanism
206(8)
From Nausea
214(4)
The Origin of Nothingness (from Being and Nothingness)
218(6)
Patterns of Bad Faith (from Being and Nothingness)
224(15)
Freedom and Facticity: The Situation (from Being and Nothingness)
239(4)
Being-for-Others (from Being and Nothingness)
243(3)
From No Exit
246(5)
Freedom and Responsibility (from Being and Nothingness)
251(4)
From The Flies
255(1)
From The Age of Reason
256(3)
From St. Genet: Actor and Martyr
259(3)
Marxism and Existentialism (from Search for a Method)
262(7)
Sartre on Angst (from a series of interviews with Jean-Paul Sartre, conducted by Benny Levy)
269(3)
Maurice Merleau-Ponty
From "Merleau-Ponty" by Jean-Paul Sartre
272(1)
Prospectus (A Report to the College de France)
273(4)
Freedom (from The Phenomenology of Perception)
277(15)
Simone de Beauvoir
From The Ethics of Ambiguity
292(4)
From The Second Sex
296(12)
Hazel E. Barnes
Sartre and Feminism: Aside from The Second Sex and All That (from "Sartre and Feminism")
308(11)
Martin Buber
From I and Thou
319(12)
Paul Tillich
From The Courage to Be
331(7)
Keiji Nishitani
From "What Is Religion?"
338(5)
Colin Wilson
From Anti-Sartre
343(10)
Viktor E. Frankl
Man's Search for Meaning
353(2)
Logotherapy
355(2)
Tragic Optimism
357(2)
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
From Love in the Time of Cholera
359(6)
Samuel Beckett
Act Without Words
365(5)
Luis Borges
Borges and I (from A Personal Anthology)
370(2)
Harold Pinter
From The Dwarfs
372(1)
Joseph Heller
From Catch-22
373(1)
Philip Roth
From The Human Stain
374(2)
Arthur Miller
From Death of a Salesman
376

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