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A Short History of Existentialism by Jean Wahl

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Philosophical Library, New York, 1949. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Former owners name written very small on first blank page.Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Price unclipped and reads $2.75. 1st Edition. 58 pages. First American edition, first printing. Translated by Forrest William & Stanley Maron. Part of the Wisdom Library. Really fine book in fine dust jacket. Really, a beautifully preserved copy.

"Existentialism refers to a set of ideas about human existence, beyond the terms used in ancient philosophy and objective science.The term "existentialism" is used both for philosophical concepts and for literary works,as well as being a label applied to various works by others. The exact meaning depends on the particular writer, and some writers objected to the notion of being called "existentialists" as an attempt to restrict their ideas into a pre-defined category." Wikipedia

if you were ever interested in existential philosophy this is a great starting point. Plus the book looks really cool!

A Short History of Existentialism by Jean Wahl


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