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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.
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.
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.