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  • Paul R Turner
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      On Wed, 28 Feb 2001 14:55:06
      Paul R Turner wrote:
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      >I disagree. Only if the book to which you refer involves a HISTORY of the changing use of concepts and terminology will I agree. For example Nietzsche has been accused of being a 'strong textualist', re-defining the previously accepted terms that preceded him (this was of course part of his dissatisfaction with academic philosophy).
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      >Literature is an immediate introduction into the DISCUSSION of existentialism not the SOLILOQUY of definite conceptulisations.
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      >On Tue, 27 Feb 2001 21:11:23
      > Tim Wasilkus wrote:
      >>A good place to start with existentialist thought is with Irvin Yalom's
      >>Existential Psychotherapy. Although it largely concerns psychological
      >>issues, you can get a good starting grip on existential concepts here.
      >>Since you admit being new to existentialism, I do not suggest beginning
      >>with the "heavy hitters" unless you have you have the kind of mind that
      >>can wrap itself around some issues that can be very obtuse. Camus and
      >>Dostoyevsky are fine, but you will do well to have a good conceptual
      >>understanding of existential "terminology" before you forge ahead into
      >>literature.
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