Life and Death

Forsideomslag
Jonathan Westphal, Carl Avren Levenson
Hackett Publishing, 1993 - 171 sider

Life and Death brings together philosophical and literary works representing the many ways--metaphysical, scientific, analytic, phenomenological, literary--in which philosophers and others have reflected on questions about life and death.

 

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Plato On the Aim of Life from the Euthydemus
1
Ludwig Wittgenstein The Meaning of Life
16
Aristotle from the Nicomachean Ethics
17
Dionysius the Areopagite On Life from
30
Friedrich Nietzsche The Madman
57
Albert Camus Absurdity Is the Divorce between Reason
68
Simone de Beauvoir Woman and the Meaning of Life
80
Thomas Nagel The Absurd from The Journal
86
Jonathan Westphal and Christopher Cherry
98
Richard Hare Nothing Matters
104
John Wisdom The Meanings of the Questions of Life
112
Moritz Schlick On the Meaning of Life from
127
We Can Call God from Notebooks 19141916
146
Simone Weil Detachment from Gravity and Grace
162
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