By Gordon Marino
Edited and with an advent by way of Gordon Marino
Basic Writings of Existentialism, designated to the trendy Library, provides the writings of key 19th- and twentieth-century thinkers extensively united by way of their trust that simply because lifestyles has no inherent that means people can observe, we needs to be certain which means for ourselves. This anthology brings jointly into one quantity the main influential and quite often taught works of existentialism. individuals comprise Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Ralph Ellison, Martin Heidegger, Søren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo.
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This is often the 4th quantity of Tillich's accrued works, on Philosophy of faith. Chapters indexed less than. Tillich wrote in either German and English and there are essays/books in either languages here.
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I. Kairos, 1922
2. Die Oberwindung des Religionsbegriffs in der Religionsphilosophie, 1922
3. Kritisches und positives Paradox, 1923
4. Religionsphilosophie, 1925
5. Kairos: ldeen zur Geisteslage der Gegenwart, 1926
6. GliiubigerRealismus, 1927
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8. Das religiose image, 1928
9. Mythus und Mythologie, 1930
10. Offenbarung: Religionsphilosophisch, 1930
II. Philosophie und faith, 19 30
12. Theonomie, 1931
13. The non secular image I image and information, 1940-1941
14. Philosophy and Theology, 1941
15. the 2 kinds of Philosophy of faith, 1946
16. the matter of Theological technique, 1947
17. old and Nonhistorical Interpretations of historical past, 1948 
18. Kairos, 1948
19. Realism and religion, 1948 . .. .
20. Biblical faith and the quest for final truth, 1955
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But it is the 16 See, e g, Hans Morgenthau's general clltique of the intellectual basIS of the hberal tradition In SCientific Man versus Power Politics (ChJ(:ago. Umverslty of ChJ(:ago Press, 19"6) (271 DREADFUL FREEDOM "adjusted" indIvidual, the stereotyped mdlvidual, the indio vidual who has forgotten how to be an mdivldual, that pragmatIsm celebrates. PragmatIsm is, indeed, the phIlosophy of our soclety-a society whose cult is to forget all unpleasantnesses and thereWIth most realItIes, a society in which "tIll death do us part" becomes "as long as we lIve" and the bIg bad wolf refrains wIth mcredible decency from eatmg up the lIttle pIgS.
Tlalysis does not dIverge markedly from the posltion of ab.. : lowledge of things. " The 17. P, IX, A, 213 [ 30] THE SELF AGAINST THE SYSTEM dialectic as a whole in Kierkegaard has its chief significance in the peculiar religious stage into which it issues. Face to face I WIth the temporality of his own eXIstence, the indIvIdual tries, in the ethical phase, to tum temporal flux into true history by reference to an absolute moral standard. But duty cannot m Kierkegaard come even as close as it does in Kant to standmg by itself.
Capable for me. Sheer facts exist only for "scum, offal. " For me they are always my facts, whIch I must transcend m some duectIon, If only m the dIrcction of flIght. of madness. or of self-destructIon. There are steel and stones and mortar; but there is my city, whIch I l1lU5t hate or love or be indIfferent to, hve in or leave or come back to. There are papers and typewrIters and mailboxes; but there is my job, which I must get done by an edItorial dcadhne or leave undone, with the sense (perhaps m eIther case) that existentIalism is too much for me.
Basic Writings of Existentialism (Modern Library Classics) by Gordon Marino