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  • whose works have emphasized themes of feminism, anti-authoritarianism, existentialism and absurdism. See also: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992 film) Buffy
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  • Introduction to the New Existentialism, p. 96 (1966) Encyclopedic article on Romanticism at Wikipedia Media related to Romanticism at Wikimedia Commons The
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  • thus, of the infinite. … existentialism does not offer to the reader the consolations of an abstract evasion: existentialism proposes no evasion. On the
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  • Thomas Sheehan, “A Normal Nazi,” New York Review of Books, 14 Jan 1993. Existentialism is a "movement" which like all such movements has a flabby periphery
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  • about: Albert Camus Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Albert Camus Nobel Prize in Literature (1957) Link Existentialism and Albert Camus Albert
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  • the New Existentialism, p. 88 Wikipedia has an article about: LSD Look up LSD in Wiktionary, the free dictionary Wikimedia Commons has
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  • trying to think up the meaning of the Lost Generation and the subsequent Existentialism and I said, 'You know, this is really a beat generation' and he leapt
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  • Kandinsky.. (1986) n.p. I perceive existentialism as a necessity of decision. This is the essential aspect of existentialism and simultaneously the most subversive
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  • vegetating. It seems that only one philosophy can succeed the philosophy of existentialism: nonexistentialism, the philosophy of nonexistent existence. p. 30.
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  • ultimate reality may be irrational, yet man's relation to it is not. Existentialism means the recognition that life is a tiny corner of casual order in
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  • he is going to be. He is causa sui to the second power. As quoted in Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre, p. 155 Man’s being is made of such strange
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  • Spielberg Bergman was the first to bring metaphysics — religion, death, existentialism — to the screen. … But the best of Bergman is the way he speaks of women
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  • might expect bad behaviour from existentialists – indeed that was what existentialism was all about, was it not? – but to find this happening on one’s own
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