Existentialism is a philosophy that puts emphasis on the existence of people, choice, as well as, freedom. It stresses on individuality and the issues associated with the existence. There is diversity in the philosophy of existentialism. This essay discusses the meaning of existentialism as portrayed in the tragic comedy “Waiting for Godot”. In addition, it […]

Existentialism response

Existentialism is about finding your personal purpose of life and your meaning for existence. It is about making our own authentic choices for us to learn from to and increase our thinking and interpretation of life. An existentialist doesn’t let others tell him the meaning of life, but instead goes out and finds its meaning […]

Waiting for Godot

Abstract: Albert Camus’ argues in The Myth of Sisyphus that human life is absurd and purposeless. Humans grapple with becoming conscious of the absurdity of existence, and this realization causes one to suffer. Basically, with the Death of God, men are deserted from God, and all of the meaning that God gives. One has to […]

Existential Therapy

The structure of Existential theory is based on four givens, or the structure of existence. There are different catalougues and list surveying these basic life conditions: that we are all going to die, than in decisive moments we are alone, that we have freedom to choose our life, and that we struggle to create meaning […]

Existentialism and Existence Precedes Essence

Born in 1905, and the writer of many plays, novels and literature , Jean Paul Sartre became a famous philosophical writer on existentialism post world war 2. (wikipedia) He mainly dealt with three areas of study and they were existentialism, Marxism and Anarchism.(Basic Writings) This paper is an attempt to describe Jean Paul Sartre’s existentialist […]

Malraux and Pre-existentialism

As an art-adventurer of a time which was slowly getting optimistic after the devastation of World War I, Andre Malraux was a cult figure among the early existentialists. Along with Andre Gide whose literary career spanned far more than any of the contemporary writers, Malraux through his works unleashed an attack against the outdated sense […]

Existentialism and The Plague

Jean-Paul Sartre once said, “Man is condemned to be free; because once he is thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does. ” Sartre speaks in accordance with the values of Existentialism, which is defined as a philosophical theory that emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible […]

Outline on Atheism

* Atheism – the critique and denial of the major claims of all varieties of theism, which banners the belief that “all the heavens and the earth and all that they contain owe their existence and continuance in existence to the wisdom and will of a supreme, self-consistent, omnipotent, omniscient, righteous, and benevolent being who […]

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