Death: A Philosophical Inquiry by Paul Fairfield
From Nietzsche's statement that "God died" to Camus's argument that suicide is the fundamental question of philosophy, the concept of death plays an important role in existential phenomena, which reach…
Death A Philosophical Inquiry synopsis
From Nietzsche's statement that "God died" to Camus's argument that suicide is the fundamental question of philosophy, the concept of death plays an important role in existential phenomena, which reach from Kirkgård to Heidegger and Marcel. This book explores the phenomena of death and presents a unique method in the phenomenological tradition.
Paul Fairfield examines the following main themes: the modern denial of death: the important concept of Heidegger as "being about to die" and its centrality in virtual ideas, such as the originality and existence of the philosophical importance of the rite of death: what explains the necessity of ritual throughout death; and what is its purpose and meaning? Death in the Age of Secularism The philosophy and morality of suicide death as a mystery is not a philosophical problem that resolves the relationship between hope and death.Death:Philosophicalinquiry is a basic reading of phenomenological and existential students, and will also be of relevance to students in related fields such as religion, anthropology and medical humanities.
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