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  • Som A. Tsoi
    It is generally noted that the departure point for existentialism is taken from the argument: God doesn’t exist. Existence of God cannot be disputed either
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 13, 2000
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      It is generally noted that the departure point for
      existentialism is taken from the argument: God doesn�t
      exist.

      Existence of God cannot be disputed either way, and
      that is not the point. Point being: Some
      existentialists declare God�s existence; some
      existentialists even claim he exists but his existence
      makes no different. So even if God exist�-it doesn�t
      matter? I don�t understand. I�m more incline to
      contend that a God�s existence counterpoints the
      fundamentals of existentialism; if he exist, how then
      can existence come before essence?

      S.

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