No Excuses

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part 1: lecture 1. What is existentialism? ; lecture 2. Albert Camus : The stranger, part I ; lecture 3. Camus : The stranger, part II ; lecture 4. Camus : The myth of Sisyphus ; lecture 5. Camus : The plague and The fall ; lecture 6. Camus : The fall, part II ; lecture 7. Soren Kierkegaard : On becoming a Christian ; lecture 8. Kierkegaard on subjective truth ; lecture 9. Kierkegaard's existential dialectic ; lecture 10. Friedrich Nietzsche on Nihilism and the death of God ; lecture 11. Nietzsche, the immortalist ; lecture 12. Neitzsche on freedom, fate and responsibility -- Part 2: lecture 1. Nietzsche, the Ubermensch and the will to power ; lecture 2. Three grand inquisitors, Dostoevsky, Kafka, Hesse ; lecture 3. Husserl, Heidegger and phenomenology ; lecture 4. Heidegger on the world and the self ; lecture 5. Heidegger on authenticity ; lecture 6. Jean-Paul Sartre at war ; lecture 7. Sartre on emotions and responsibility ; lecture 8. Sartre's phenomenology ; lecture 9. Satre on bad faith ; lecture 10. Sartre's Being-for-others and No exit ; lecture 11. Sartre on sex and love ; lecture 12. From existentialism to postmodernism.
Keywords Existentialism  Philosophy, Modern
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