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Chapter OnePhilosophical Experience
Chapter TwoAuthentic Being
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able Absolute Thou activity approach authentic growth authentic love authentic reality authentic self-realization aware basic become being-in-the-world beloved body commitment communion contact with reality creative fidelity danger death dedication deeper destiny Duquesne University Press dynamic elements ence encounter engagement evident exis existential contact existential dialogue existential experience Existential Phenomenology existential presence experimental sciences fact factors faith foundation greater self-realization happiness herent higher level human existence inclined indifference individual influence intrinsic invitation knowledge lasting level of human limited living authentically lose lower level man's manifests meaningful ment mystery nature object level object world object-subject structure objectification ourselves painful personal vocation persons involved philosophical experience philosophical search Philosophy possible present purely material question reach realize realm reason selfishness sonal spirit subjectivism things tion totality transcends true love true philosopher two-one unit ultimate root unauthentic level unauthentic values union unique unity unless unpersonal unselfish vital whole