- The Story Behind Simone de Beauvoir's 'The Second Sex,' the Most Influential
- With characteristic erudition, accessibility, intellectual seriousness, and good humor, Sarah Bakewell's robust new history of existentialism, At the Existentialist Café, traces the history of the movement.
- Think big, be free, have sex … 10 reasons to be an existentialist
- I was a teenage existentialist. I became one at 16 after spending birthday money from my granny on Jean-Paul Sartre's Nausea.
- Clockwise from top left: Jean-Paul Sartre, Martin Heidegger and Simone de Beauvoir
- I'm certainly the wrong person to be reviewing this book, never having succeeded in understanding anything that a philosopher said about anything — but particularly the collected utterances of the existentialist school.
- Review: In Sarah Bakewell's 'At the Existentialist Café,' Nothingness Has a
- She fell in love with the book (cover blurb: “a novel of the alienation of personality and the mystery of being”) and soon realized she had stumbled across a philosophy called existentialism.
Existentialism is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Existentialism books and related discussion.
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