Existentialism Vs. Phenomenology

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Philosophy

 

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Robert C

 

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September 28, 2015

 

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Some of the main themes of extentialism are: • Traditional and academic philosophy is sterile and remote from the concerns of real life. • Philosophy must focus on the individual in her or his confrontation with the world. • The world is irrational (or, in any event, beyond total comprehending or accurate conceptualizing through philosophy)...
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(Moore-Bruder, 2005) The extentialist believed that there was no answer to the existential predicament. They say life can only deteriorate and without struggling through life a person can find no meaning or value to the life they lead. Some of these themes had already been introduce before Jean-Paul Sartre came up the additions...
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