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The Arrow That Flies by Day
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Chapter 1 Introduction: Remembering the Sixties Chapter 2 Seeking the Good Life: Socrates' Erotic Revolution Chapter 3 At Home in the Universe: The Stoics as Existentialists Chapter 4 Senses of the Self: Augustine and the Ascent of the Soul Chapter 5 Overcoming Alienation: Rousseau's Search for Authenticity Chapter 6 Becoming Who We Are: Kierkegaard Against His Age (and Ours) Chapter 7 Single in the Crowd: Thoreau's Existential Experiment at Walden Pond Chapter 8 No Short Cut to Paradise: The Lonely Passion of William James Chapter 9 Beyond Nihilism: Nietzsche and the Ethics of Utopia Chapter 10 Between Solitude and Solidarity: The Two Worlds of Albert Camus Chapter 11 The Desire to Be God: Sartre and the Winding Roads of Freedom Chapter 12 Dramatist of a Broken World: The Soft Theism of Gabriel Marcel Chapter 13 Thinking without Banisters: Hannah Arendt and the Face of Radical Evil Chapter 14 Some After Words: A Message of Hope Part 15 Bibliography

About the Author

Bernard Murchland is Professor of Philosophy at Ohio Wesleyan University and the Editor of The Civic Arts Review.

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Bernard Murchland takes readers on a learned journey into a land of important questions and accessible answers. -- George Cotkin, author of Existential America
...Throughout he writes with a Graham Greene-like clarity of style. His book is informative, enjoyable to read and convincing. He makes the case that existentialism is indeed a perennial philosophy and one best suited to guide us through these dark times. -- Robert Flanagan, Poet and Novelist, author of Maggot and Naked to Naked Goes
All in all a fine piece of work, very well written and structured. Murchland's chapters on Socrates and the Stoics demonstrate that existentialism has deep historical roots. -- William McBride, Department of Philosophy, Purdue University
A rich foundation for understanding later existentialist movements....Mindful of the distinction between studies of subjectivity versus mere relativistic forms of subjectivism....Recommended. Two-star review. * CHOICE, March 2009 *
Murchland presents his book in a style that is both beautifully written and personally engaging... His chapter on Albert Camus is excellent-well written, appropriately personal and right on target, especially his handling of the North African connection with Augustine and Plotinus. That adds a dimension to the study of Camus that is almost always missing. -- David Spritzen, author of Camus: A Critical Examination

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