Walter Kaufmann

Existentialism From Dostoevsky to Sartre

(This Edition Published)

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Translated by Walter Kaufmann
Editor Walter Kaufmann
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This Edition Published
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Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 56-10018
Format Trade Paperback
Publication Location New York
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Page Count 384 pages
Language English
Chapters Preface to the expanded edition
Preface

One: KAUFMANN: Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre

Two: DOSTOEVSKY: Notes from Underground

Three: KIERKEGAARD: The First Existentialist
—1. On His Mission
—2. On His Works
—3. On His Mode of Existance
—4. "That Individual"
—5. Dread and Freedom
—6. Authority
—7. "Truth is Subjectivity"

Four: NIETZSCHE: "Live Dangerously"
—1. "The Challenge of Every Great Philosophy"
—2. "The Gay Science"
—3. On Free Death
—4. The Beginning of The Will to Power
—5. Frome Ecce Homo

Five: RIKLE: The Notes of Malte Laurids Brigge

Six: KAFKA: Three Parables
—1. An Imperial Message
—2. Before the Law
—3. Couriers

Seven: ORTEGA: "Man Has No Nature"

Eight: JASPERS: Existenzphilosophie
—1. On My Philosophy
—2. Kierkegaard and Nietzsche
—3. The Encompassing

Nine: HEIDEGGER: The Quest for Being
—1. My Way to Phenomenology
—2. What is Metaphysics?
—3. The Way Back into the Ground of Metaphysics

Ten: SARTRE: Existentialism
—1. The Wall
—2. Self-Deception
—3. Portrait of the Antisemite
—4. Existentialism is a Humanism
—5. Marxism and Existentialism

Eleven: CAMUS: The Myth of Sisyphus

Notes
Sources and Acknowlegements

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