"Companions the creator seeks, not corpses, not herds and believers. Fellow creators the creator seeks - those who write new values on new tablets. Companions the creator seeks, and fellow harvesters; for everything about him is ripe for the harvest." --Friedrich Nietzsche The philosophy of individual essence and freedom, culminating from the influence of many disparate writers in the 20th century. As a self-conscious movement, however, it is primarily a 20th-century phenomenon. Heidegger, Sartre, and Camus are often seen as existentialist philosophers but its characteristic features occur earlier, especially in Nietzsche, Dostoevsky, and Kierkegaard.
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Existentialism: A Primer
Existentialist resources with notes and commentary on individual thinkers.
Online philosophy magazine; includes existentialist and surrealist resources.
An Existential Philosopher's Museum
Many themes explored from an existential perspective: love, sexology, spirituality, Unitarian Universalism, medical ethics, and death. Over 500 rooms to explore.
Existentialism and Human Emotions
Illustrated guide to Sartre's book.
Listing of member pages in the ring.
Friesian - Existentialism
Summary of existential thought.
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
Professional organization supporting philosophy inspired by continental European traditions. Call for papers, events calendar, and organization information.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Existentialism
Traces the beginnings of existentialism to the present day.
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