Death, 'Deathlessness' and Existenz in Karl Jaspers's Philosophy: Death, 'Deathlessness' and Existenz in Karl Jaspers' Philosophy

Death, 'Deathlessness' and Existenz in Karl Jaspers's Philosophy: Death, 'Deathlessness' and Existenz in Karl Jaspers' Philosophy


Karl Jaspers is without doubt one of the least understood and such a lot ignored significant philosophers of the 20th century, and but his rules, quite these enthusiastic about dying, have significant modern relevance.Filiz Peach offers a transparent clarification of Jaspers' philosophy of life, clarifying and reassessing the concept that of demise that's significant to his proposal. For Jaspers, a individual isn't really basically a actual entity yet a being with a transcendent element and so, in a few feel 'deathless'. Peach explores this transcendent element of humanity and what it truly is to be 'deathless' in Jaspersian terms.This e-book is an incredible contribution to the scarce literature on Jaspers and should be precious to scholar and educational alike.

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