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Table Of Contents

1 What is an Existentialist? 7
3 How Not to Be an Existentialist 56
4 How to Be Authentic 81
5 Existential Counselling 107
Introduction
1 What is an Existentialist?
2 What is Existentialism?
Brief overview and quick history lesson
Existentialism and consciousness
Temporality
Being-for-others
Freedom and responsibility
Freedom and disability
Possible limits to freedom
Freedom and anxiety
3 How Not to Be an Existentialist
Bad faith is not self-deception
Flirting and teasing
Waiters, actors and attitudes
Homosexuality, sincerity and transcendence
Wilful ignorance
Contingency, nausea and the Existential Alka-Seltzer of bad faith
Moustaches and salauds
4 How to Be Authentic
Authenticity and getting real
Being-in-situation
The problem of being authentic
Authenticity and intelligence
Authenticity and other people
Nietzsche on authenticity – regret nothing
Heidegger on authenticity – authentic being-towards-death
5 Existential Counselling
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Published by: Andrei Vlad on Jan 14, 2013
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