Continental Philosophy

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Philosophy

 

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Michael B

 

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December 15, 2014

 

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University

 

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Heidegger was for the most part a phenomenologist and Sartre was mainly an existentialist. These two men were very involved in Continental philosophy. "There are several main themes of existentialism and they are as follows: traditional and academic philosophy are barren and isolated from the concerns of real life; Philosophy must focus on the individual in his/her argument with the world; the world is illogical; the world is incongruous, in the sense that no details can be given for why it is the way it is; ridiculous, worthless, insignificant, disjointing and unable to converse permeate human existence giving birth to nervousness, terror, hesitation and misery...
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The character conforms as the most significant truth of human existence, There is a necessity to choose how he or she is to live inside this strange and unreasonable world. The existentialists do not guarantee that this existential predicament, as it might be called, can be solved," (Moore-Bruder, 2006, p...
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