The Arrow That Flies by Day: Existential Images of the Human Condition from Socrates to Hannah Arendt: A Philosophy for Dark Times

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This study contends that existentialism is the perennial philosophy thus going against the assumption that it is a school of more recent provenance. Anthologies or introductory texts used begin with Kierkegaard (the so-called father of existentialism) and go on to emphasize Nietzsche, Sartre, and Heidegger. This book reflects a more catholic mapping, including three thinkers from the classical period (Socrates, Augustine, and the Stoics), who are argued to be just as 'existential' as more modern thinkers (who are also ...

The Arrow That Flies by Day: Existential Images of the Human Condition from Socrates to Hannah Arendt: A Philosophy for Dark Times 2008, University Press of America

ISBN-13: 9780761840428

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ISBN-13: 9780761840312

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