Irrational Man: A Study in Existential Philosophy

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Doubleday, 1958 - Existentialism - 278 pages
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Wonderful introduction to Existentialism. - Goodreads
Classic, lucid, gracefully written overview. - Goodreads
This is an excellent introduction to existentialism. - Goodreads
Decent introduction to existential philosophy. - Goodreads
The intro book to Existential philosophy. - Goodreads
Barrett's writing flows. - Goodreads

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Unlike so many other writers on Existentialism, Barrett does not limit his study to a mere summary of its main doctrines. Rather, he seeks to locate Existentialism within the broader Western tradition ... Read full review

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Unlike so many other writers on Existentialism, Barrett does not limit his study to a mere summary of its main doctrines. Rather, he seeks to locate Existentialism within the broader Western tradition ... Read full review

Contents

The Advent of Existentialism
3
The Encounter with Nothingness
23
The Testimony of Modern Art
42
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