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Existentialism From Dostoevsky to Sartre Walter Kaufmann 1956

Existentialism From Dostoevsky to Sartre Walter Kaufmann 1956

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KAUFMANN
 
existentialism
FROM DOSTOEVSKY TO SARTRE
Edited, with an introduction, prefaces, and new translations by
WALTER KAUFMANN
 MERIDIAN BOOKS, INC. New York 
 
 
Walter Kaufmann
Born in Freiburg, Germany, Walter Kaufmann is a graduate of WilliamsCollege. He received his doctorate from Har-vard University in 1947 andin the same year joined the staff of Princeton University, where he is nowAssociate Professor of Philosophy. A frequent contributor to scholarly periodicals, he is also editor of the
Portable Nietzsche
and author of 
 Nietzsche
(MERIDIAN BOOKS).
 A Meridian Books Original EditionFirst published by Meridian Books, Inc., October 1956 First printingSeptember 1956 Second printing February 1957 Third printing March 1957 Fourth printing June 1957 Fifth printing October 1957 Sixth printing March 1958Seventh printing June 1958 Eighth printing November 1958 Ninth printing April 1959Tenth printing August 1959 Eleventh printing January 1960Twelfth printing April 1960Copyright 
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1956 by Meridian Books, Inc. Library of Congress catalog card number: 56-10018 Manufactured in the United States of AmericaPDF by (-§ko-)
 
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KAUFMANN
 
Contents
Preface 9
ONE :
KAUFMANN: Existentialism from Dostoevskyto Sartre 11
TWO:
DOSTOEVSKY: Notes from Underground 52
THREE:
KIERKEGAARD: On Himself 831. On His Mission 842. On His Works 853. On His Mode of Existence 864. "That Individual" 92
FOUR:
NIETZSCHE: "Live Dangerously" 1001. "The Challenge of Every Great Philosophy" 1012. "The Gay Science" 1043. On Free Death 1074. The Beginning of The Will to Power 1095. From Ecce Homo 111
FIVE:
RILKE: The Notes of Malte Laurids Brigge 113
SIX:
KAFKA: Three Parables 1211. An Imperial Message 1232. Before the Law 1243. Couriers 130
SEVEN:
JASPERS: Existenzphilosophie 1311. On My Philosophy 1312. Kierkegaard and Nietzsche 1583. The Encompassing 184
EIGHT:
HEIDEGGER: The Way Back into the Groundof Metaphysics 206
NINE:
SARTRE: Existentialism 2221. The Wall 2232. Self-Deception 2413. Portrait of the Antisemite 2704. Existentialism is a Humanism 287
TEN:
CAMUS: The Myth of Sisyphus 312Notes 317Sources and Acknowledgments 321

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