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  • n. Plural form of existentialism.


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  • This 'existentialism,' however, is quite distinct from the existentialisms of Kierkegaard, Gabriel Marcel, or Jean-Paul Sartre.

    Jacques Maritain

  • I would love to have a decent translation in English that would allow me to get a clearer idea of her precise framework and understanding than I have now mainly arrived at by reading her work against my general background with existentialisms.

    Feminist Classic Censored by Copyright Laws

  • In one sense there have been as many existentialisms as existentialists.


  • Dostoevsky's existentialism is very anthropocentric (as all existentialisms are) - to the point that Dostoevsky usually does not give place names unless the narrative absolutely requires it, and often lacks those sorts of material details that are a normal part of human affection, even rightly ordered human affection.

    The Ochlophobist


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