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What is the difference between existentialism and transcendentalism?

Transcendentalism: a philosophy that emphasizes the a priori conditions of knowledge and experience or the unknowable character of ultimate reality or that emphasizes the tran (MORE)

What is the difference between behaviorism and existentialism?

Behaviorism is the theory that animal and human behavior is  explained without appeal to feeling or thought. The difference is  that existentialism is a theory emphasizing t (MORE)

What is Existentialism?

Answer (number 1.) A philosophy that emphasizes the uniqueness and isolation of the individual experience in a hostile or indifferent universe. This philosophy regards human (MORE)

What is the opposite of existentialism?

The opposite could be any other philosophies that attribute meaning to existence. Nihilism might be considered the opposite to existentialism, because existentialism is concer (MORE)

What is an existential breakdown?

An existential breakdown can be compared to a nervous breakdown.  However, what separates the two is the concious conclusion derived  from individual experience. During a ne (MORE)

Existentialism There is no reality except in action?

Your reality is "being in the world". If your a existentialist your reality is your own choice, not what others think or believe. To you knowing is to make a personal choice, (MORE)

What is the concept of death in existentialism?

The concept of death found in exisentialism varies. I can think of two writers that have had their own say on the concept - Camus and Heidegger. It's worth mentioning that t (MORE)

What suject does a teacher teach in existentialism?

1) are poet dremers? in what sense?  2) is a poet a practical man? in what way?  3) are dreams, according to the aurthor, useful to the world? why?  4) what was fulton' (MORE)

WHO coined the term existentialism and what is it?

Jean-Paul Sartre coined the term, though the concepts were in  discussion for nearly a century prior by men like Dostoevsky,  Nietzsche, Heidegger, Camus, and Kafka, among m (MORE)