The Resource To deny our nothingness; : contemporary images of man,, by Maurice Friedman

To deny our nothingness; : contemporary images of man,, by Maurice Friedman

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To deny our nothingness; : contemporary images of man,
Title
To deny our nothingness;
Title remainder
contemporary images of man,
Statement of responsibility
by Maurice Friedman
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Friedman, Maurice S
Dewey number
128/.3
Index
no index present
LC call number
BD450
LC item number
.F75
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Philosophical anthropology
  • Theological anthropology
  • Men in literature
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To deny our nothingness; : contemporary images of man,, by Maurice Friedman
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Contents
Contemporary images of man -- Images of inauthenticity -- Malraux, Koestler, Steinbeck, Silone, and Carlo Levi -- Bergson and Kazantzakis -- Aldous Huxley -- T.S. Eliot and Martin Buber -- Coccioli, Bernanos, and Greene -- Simone Weil -- Carl Jung -- Hermann Hesse -- Sigmund Freud -- William James, John Dewey, George Herbert Mead, and Harry Stack Sullivan -- Erich Fromm and "self-realization" -- The atheist existentialist: Nietzsche and Sartre -- The theological existentialist: Kierkegaard, Berdyaev, and Tillich -- The existentialist of dialogue: Marcel, Camus, and Buber -- Samuel Beckett and the early Camus -- The dialogue with the absurd: the later Camus and Franz Kafka; Elie Wiesel and the modern Job -- The image of man and moral philosophy
Extent
1 online resource (383 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036897846
Label
To deny our nothingness; : contemporary images of man,, by Maurice Friedman
Link
Publication
Contents
Contemporary images of man -- Images of inauthenticity -- Malraux, Koestler, Steinbeck, Silone, and Carlo Levi -- Bergson and Kazantzakis -- Aldous Huxley -- T.S. Eliot and Martin Buber -- Coccioli, Bernanos, and Greene -- Simone Weil -- Carl Jung -- Hermann Hesse -- Sigmund Freud -- William James, John Dewey, George Herbert Mead, and Harry Stack Sullivan -- Erich Fromm and "self-realization" -- The atheist existentialist: Nietzsche and Sartre -- The theological existentialist: Kierkegaard, Berdyaev, and Tillich -- The existentialist of dialogue: Marcel, Camus, and Buber -- Samuel Beckett and the early Camus -- The dialogue with the absurd: the later Camus and Franz Kafka; Elie Wiesel and the modern Job -- The image of man and moral philosophy
Extent
1 online resource (383 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036897846

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