Existence and freedom; towards an ontology of human finitude.


[Evanston, Ill.] Northwestern University Press [1961] .

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Subjects Existentialism.
Existentialisme.
Description 250 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1961]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Methodological foundations: The existential thinker ; Phenomenology and existentialism ; The hermeneutic of existence ; Existential intentionality -- The existentialist concept of world: Man as being-in-the-world ; Structural analysis of the environmental world ; Structural analysis of the communal world ; Structural analysis of self-relatedness -- Anxiety and finitude: Anxiety and fear ; Anxiety, non-being, and freedom ; Boredom and melancholy ; Phenomenology of despair -- Death and transitoriness: Existence and mortality ; The external view of death ; Death and subjectivity ; Towards an ontology of death -- Time and history: Time and human concern ; The ecstatic character of tie ; Contemporaneity, repetition, and the moment ; The historicity of existence -- Conscience and guilt: Conscience and concern ; The ontological foundations of conscience ; Freedom, guilt, and sin ; Unauthentic and authentic guilt -- Decision and integrity: Freedom and choice ; The unauthentic mode ; Resolve and authenticity ; Authenticity and community.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)172491
(OCoLC)ocm00172491
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WorldCat Identities Schrag, Calvin O.
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