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by Gabriel Marcel
Author: Gabriel Marcel
Publisher: Harvard University Press (January 1, 1963)
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And he talks about how humans are inherently responsible for directing each other's thoughts, thereby creating This book is utterly mind-blowing.
May 22, 2018 Tian Liang rated it it was amazing. And he talks about how humans are inherently responsible for directing each other's thoughts, thereby creating This book is utterly mind-blowing. Marcel, living in the 19th century, could predict some trends here in the 21st century. His maturity of thought never fails to stun, when he talks candidly about things we would otherwise have dismissed. He talks about how making a commitment to see someone can wear us out; that unconditional love and true love is perhaps nothing more than a construct.
The Existential Background of Human Dignity (W. ames Lecture) Format: Hardcover Authors: Gabriel Marcel ISBN10: 0674275500 Published: 1963-01-01 The Existential Background of Human Dignity (W. ames Lecture).
The William James Lectures are a series of invited lectureships at Harvard . Gabriel Marcel ('61–'62) "The Existential Background of Human Dignity".
The William James Lectures are a series of invited lectureships at Harvard University sponsored by the Departments of Philosophy and Psychology, who alternate in the selection of speakers. The series was created in honor of the American pragmatist philosopher and psychologist William James, a former faculty member at that institution. Since not all of the lecture series resulted in a published book, the list may be incomplete. Herbert A. Simon ('62–'63) "Symbolic Processes in Human Behavior". Edwin H. Land ('66–'67) "Color Vision from Retina to Retinex".
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Gabriel Honoré Marcel (1889–1973) was a French philosopher, playwright, music critic and leading Christian existentialist. The author of over a dozen books and at least thirty plays, Marcel's work focused on the modern individual's struggle in a technologically dehumanizing society. Though often regarded as the first French existentialist, he dissociated himself from figures such as Jean-Paul Sartre, preferring the term philosophy of existence or neo-Socrateanism to define his own thought.
This article explores the concept of human dignity in the work of French philosopher Gabriel Marcel View. The Existential Background of Human Dignity.
This article explores the concept of human dignity in the work of French philosopher Gabriel Marcel. It demonstrates how this lesser-known aspect of his philosophical thinking is organic to his work and draws attention to the current relevance of the way he resolves the question of human dignity for philosophy and ethics. The volume includes Sartre's 1945 lecture "Existentialism Is a Humanism" and his analysis of Camus's The Stranger, along with a discussion of these works by acclaimed Sartre biographer Annie Cohen-Solal.
Translated as The Existential Background of Human Dignity (Wm. James lectures) (1963). PRINI, PIETRO, Gabriel Marcel e la Metodologia dell’ Inverificabile. With interesting preface by Marcel; translated into French. Pour une sagesse tragique et son au-delà (1968). Translated by Stephen John and Peter McCormick (1973). RICOEUR, PAUL, Gabriel Marcel et Karl Jaspers (1947). RICOEUR, P. et MARCEL, . Entretiens (1968). SOTTIAUX, EDGARD, Gabriel Marcel, philosophe et dramaturge (1956). Troisfontaines, Roger.