Existentialist philosophy claims that men are free. Otherwise, they enjoy an unparalleled state of liberty in the world. However, the reality men face their world can be artlessly depressing. In a man’s world, every indication suggests that men are not free. God often becomes a source of strength for men. This book examines the degree to which God is necessary for men to survive in a man’s world. It refutes popular existentialist notions about human ontology. If you are a fan of existentialist philosophy, this book is a great way to learn about an alternative perspective. The author argues that every man has a duty to survive. But to accomplish that task, the man must be pragmatic.
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