American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Jaspers, Karl Theodor 1883-1969. German psychiatrist, philosopher, and theologian. A founder of modern existentialism, he was concerned with human reactions to extreme situations. His works include Man and the Modern Age (1931) and Philosophy (1932).
- n. German psychiatrist (1883-1969)
“Karl Jaspers, is that Schelling's deeper researches into the soul were a deviation, made during a period of depression in response to the death of his wife”
“The Jaspers were a month making up their minds what to do, and then decided to board until spring at least.”
“The 54 points scored by the Jaspers was their worst output in a loss since dropping a 59-41 decision to Columbia back on November 26.”
“One of the best elements of the story is a hauntingly slippery word that Dasein keeps hearing among the locals in relation to their lives and, especially, to their food: 'Jaspers'.”
“My boy was about Jaspers age at the time of the cut.”
“The Jaspers, the only team to lose to 1-29 Marist this season, didn't shoot the ball well, either from inside or outside the 3-point line.”
“The Jaspers, who lost twice to Loyola during the regular season, including in the finale, were able to reverse that and beat the Greyhounds in the MAAC tournament.”
“The Jaspers (11-20) lose some significant players off this roster, but then you ask how significant any players can really be on a losing team?”
“How much help he gets from teammates will have a lot to do with whether or not the 2010-11 Jaspers get more than 11 victories.”
“Manhattan had a couple of early signings and then got a verbal commitment from big man Rhamel Brown, perhaps meaning the always friendly defensive lane for the Jaspers will be harder for opponents to navigate in future years.”
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