Existentialism and Mysticism
- Well Christopher,Love is denoted by the absence of fear. If you really wish, I can set up a discussion list that is more inclusive of the topics of existentialism and mysticism on the yahoo public discussion forum website. I have my own list called LaMystique which is a list devoted to existentialism and mysticism. There was a very good book published by Iris Murdoch entitled "Existentialism and Mysticism" and you are welcome. We can discuss any topic related to these categories, but I must advise that I like to see a general level of respect for all views, regardless of the perspectives.The LaMystique is a list for serious study of existentialism and mysticism.chaojohn fosterPS what about Soren Kierkegaard? You have not included Soren who is an existentialist precursor as is Blaise Pascal. What about these thinkers?----- Original Message -----From: Christopher BoboTo: Sartre_yahoogrSent: Saturday, June 02, 2001 11:04 AMSubject: Re: [Sartre] Mosaic and Hammarabic Law ContrastedMarc wrote:>>I am glad you are not afraid that Christopher sends you to the nearest
pharmacy or condemns you for manerism.<<John and Jud are quite fearless, especially when they get into one of their theological disputes, re-igniting the faith versus science feud that for many was resolved long ago.The description of the group is:""Sartre Group. Existentialism, Marxism, phenomenology, literary theory, psychoanalysis and the philosophy and literature of Jean-Paul Sartre are among the topic discussed.
Contributions concerning related thinkers -Nietzsche, Lacan, Freud, Camus, de Beauvoir, Marcel, Heidegger, Husserl, etc.- are also welcome."I joined the groupt primarily to discuss the philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre. When the on-going debate about God, the Bible, Creation, John, Paul, Mark, Mathew, Luke, etc., etc., I stay out of these. I personally regard them as way off topic, but if that's what the list wants to discuss, they are free to do so.In "Existentialism is a Humanism" Sartre said "Existentialism is not atheist in the sense that it would exhaust itself in demonstrations of the non-existence of God." I think some on this list would exhaust themselves in such demonstrations. But this is certainly not the kind of existentialism Sartre had in mind.Carry on with your debate, while I continue my study of Sartre.----- Original Message -----From: Marc GirodSent: Saturday, June 02, 2001 12:33 AMTo: Sartre@yahoogroups.comSubject: Re: [Sartre] Mosaic and Hammarabic Law Contrasted
JF> Laws are only effective if they are 'prescriptive' [...]
I am glad you are not afraid that Christopher sends you to the nearest
pharmacy or condemns you for manerism.
The catch is thus that even the concept of law is itself descriptive,
so that we would only be "lâches" (from /L'Existentialisme est un
humanisme/ ) in plainly accepting that it would apply to us (and
"salauds" in using it for our own profit).
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