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Re: Guilt and Innocence in Existentialism

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  • Trinidad Cruz
    ... If you really want to get tangled up in the guilt innocence quandry try Stuart Hampshire and Isaiah Berlin. Should keep you busy for years. To keep it
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 3, 2005
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      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Benjamin Berk" <skacrusader07@y...>
      wrote:
      > I need to present the topic of guilt and innocence in Existentialism
      > for my English class tomorrow, and I'm having a bit of trouble
      > understanding it. I've found both that existentialists believe in
      > complete individuality, and that each person is responsible for their
      > own actions. Also, I've read that the 'good decision' is the one that
      > allows freedom for the most number of people. Does this mean that
      > you're free to make your own decisions always with the ultimate goal
      > of benefiting other individuals? If so, what happens with traditional
      > authority and societal laws?

      If you really want to get tangled up in the guilt innocence quandry
      try Stuart Hampshire and Isaiah Berlin. Should keep you busy for
      years. To keep it simple Tosh should do. You have an interesting yahoo
      screenname. Do I detect a rasta bent?

      tc
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