Synonyms for existentialism or Related words with existentialism

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Examples of "existentialism"
He was the primary other contributor mentioned at the end of Jean-Paul Sartre's "L'existentialisme est un humanisme" ("Existentialism is a Humanism"), criticising existentialism.
Sartre's opening chapter discusses the relationship between Marxism and existentialism. Sartre sees Marxism as the dominant philosophy for the current era of history and existentialism as a reinforcing complement. Most of the chapter discusses how existentialism fails to stand on its own as a school of thought while Marxism has become corrupted by the Soviets and other orthodox Communists who abuse the system of thought. Sartre sees existentialism as a reaction to this abuse.
Mulla Sadra brought "a new philosophical insight in dealing with the nature of reality" and created "a major transition from essentialism to existentialism" in Islamic philosophy, although his existentialism should not be too readily compared to Western existentialism. His was a question of existentialist cosmology as it pertained to God, and thus differs considerably from the individual, moral, and/or social, questions at the heart of Russian, French, German, or American Existentialism.
Existentialism and Humanism (, "Existentialism is a Humanism") is a 1946 philosophical work by Jean-Paul Sartre, based on a lecture called "Existentialism is a Humanism" he gave at Club Maintenant in Paris, on 29 October 1945. "Existentialism and Humanism" was the title used in the United Kingdom; the work was originally published in the United States as Existentialism. Once a popular starting-point in discussions of Existentialist thought, the work has been criticized by several philosophers. Sartre himself later rejected some of the views he expressed in it and regretted its publication.
"Atheistic existentialism" is a kind of existentialism which strongly diverged from the Christian existential works of Søren Kierkegaard and developed within the context of an atheistic world view. The philosophies of Søren Kierkegaard and Friedrich Nietzsche provided existentialism's theoretical foundation in the 19th century, although their differing views on religion proved essential to the development of alternate types of existentialism. Atheistic existentialism was formally recognized after the 1943 publication of "Being and Nothingness" by Jean-Paul Sartre, and Sartre later explicitly alluded to it in "Existentialism is a Humanism" in 1946.
Existentialism and phenomenology were prime interests of his.
Themes include misanthropy, introversion, teen violence, suicide, fatalism, and existentialism.
This is a Manifesto about Website art and computer existentialism.
In "Letter on Humanism", Heidegger criticized Sartre's existentialism:
Mulla Sadra's existentialism is therefore fundamentally different from Western, i.e. existentialism of Jean-Paul Sartre. Sartre said that human beings have no essence before their existence because, there is no Creator, no God. This is the meaning of "existence precedes essence" in Sartre's existentialism.
Colin Henry Wilson (26 June 1931 – 5 December 2013) was an English writer, philosopher and novelist. He also wrote widely on true crime, mysticism and the paranormal. Wilson called his philosophy "new existentialism" or "phenomenological existentialism", and maintained his life work was "that of a philosopher, and (his) purpose to create a new and optimistic existentialism".
The roots of existentialism have been traced back as far as St Augustine. Some of the most striking passages in Pascal's "Pensées", including the famous section on the Wager, deal with existentialist themes. Jacques Maritain, in "Existence and the Existent: An Essay on Christian Existentialism", finds the core of true existentialism in the thought of Thomas Aquinas.
Jewish existentialism finds its roots in both the traditional philosophical school of existentialism and the peculiarities of Jewish theology, Biblical commentary, and European Jewish culture. Existentialism as a philosophical system grew as a result of the works of such non-Jewish thinkers as Søren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Albert Camus, and Martin Heidegger.
The transcedentalists, particularly Henry David Thoreau, were influential to anarchism and existentialism.
A comparison of Preferentialism vis-à-vis Existentialism is analyzed in the philosophy journal "Hildegarde"
Joseph Mahon. "Existentialism, Feminism and Simone De Beauvoir". Palgrave Macmillan. 1997.
French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre identified himself as a representative of an "atheist existentialism"
Branches include African philosophy, black existentialism, double consciousness, black theology, and womanism.
Louis H. Leiter saw in the tale a cogent argument for existentialism:
Many Shin scholars feel that Kiyozawa's viewpoints are comparable to the religious existentialism of Europe.