The Challenge of Existentialism John Daniel Wild

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Published: July 25th 2013

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The Challenge of Existentialism  by  John Daniel Wild

The Challenge of Existentialism by John Daniel Wild
July 25th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 315 pages | ISBN: | 3.28 Mb

Professor Wild taught philosophy for 34 years at Harvard and for another six at Yale. The Challenge of Existentialism is a foundational work in the American treatment of the subject despite being as much a treatise as a thesis.“Professor Wild’sMoreProfessor Wild taught philosophy for 34 years at Harvard and for another six at Yale.

The Challenge of Existentialism is a foundational work in the American treatment of the subject despite being as much a treatise as a thesis.“Professor Wild’s book [is] a ‘must’ to all professional philosophers, and for that matter to any literate reader who wants to know about some of the most vital ideas in contemporary philosophy.”—William Barrett in The Saturday Review of LiteratureCONTENTSIntroductionI The Breakdown of Modern PhilosophyPHENOMENOLOGYMETAPHYSICSEPISTEMOLOGY AND LOGICETHICSCONCLUSIONII Sӧren KierkegaardTHE DESCRIPTIVE METHOD (PHENOMENOLOGY)ESSENCE VS.

EXISTENCEPRACTICAL AWARENESS AND THE FEELING OF DREADETHICS AND THE EXISTING PERSONDescriptive EthicsGood and Evil as Existential CategoriesFreedom and the MassesTHE BACKGROUND OF EXISTENTIALISMIII The New Empiricism and OntologyTHE NEW EMPIRICISMTHE REVIVAL OF ONTOLOGYExistential Protocols:Essence and ExistenceExistential VectorsTruth as IdentityThe Existential Theory of Good and EvilContradiction and ContingencyPotency and ChangeHuman Ontology:Human ExistenceBeing-in-the-WorldWith-OthersBoundary SituationsDeathCONCLUSIONIV Human Awareness and ActionHUMAN AWARENESSMood and FeelingProjective UnderstandingSartre’s Theory of AwarenessLogic as Grounded on BeingHUMAN ACTIONThe Feeling of DreadCareA New Theory of Time:Time as a Now-SuccessionTime as Ecstatic ExistenceExplanation of the Accepted ViewHistory:History as a StreamHuman Existence as HistoryThe Accepted View as UnauthenticV Existentialist Ethics: Integrity and DecisionHUMAN DECISION AND FREEDOMDeath and Human IntegrityConscience and GuiltProjective DecisionAUTHENTIC VS.

UNAUTHENTIC EXISTENCEBeing-in-the-WorldBeing-with-OthersBoundary situations:SituationalityOther Boundary SituationsGuiltDeathAwarenessCareTimeHistoryVI Existentialism as a PhilosophyKARL JASPERSJEAN-PAUL SARTREGABRIEL MARCELMARTIN HEIDEGGERSOME WEAKNESSES OF EXISTENTIALIST THOUGHTMethodMetaphysicsEpistemologyEthicsCONCLUSIONVII Realistic Phenomenology and MetaphysicsPHENOMENOLOGYEXISTENTIAL DESCRIPTIONPHENOMENOLOGY AS A THEORETICAL (NOT A PRACTICAL) DISCIPLINEDESCRIPTION, INFERENCE, AND EXPLANATION IN PHILOSOPHYMETAPHYSICAL PROTOCOLSThe Ontology of ManWeaknesses in the Existentialist Ontology:The Neglect of Theoretical Cognition and EssenceAll Insight as ProjectiveThe Rejection of Reason and ExplanationBeing-in-the-World:Theoretical Clarification of Projective World HorizonsThe Human vs.



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