The idea that a fundamentally existential
predicate da could be the source of the other uses of the particle has not been considered at all in the literature.
Here Aho draws on Tolstoy, Nietzsche, and those existential
thinkers who distinguish the material body from the lived body to argue that "healing has less to do with the objective metrics of the biological body than with how we choose to interpret and give meaning to our embodiment.
If you want to talk about a nation that could pose an existential
threat to the United States, I'd have to point to Russia," Dunford said.
Rittenhouse does not make enough of his most recent sources on existential
In his magisterial Existential
Psychotherapy (New York: Basic Books, 1980), Yalom classifies these concerns in four broad categories: Death, Freedom, Isolation, and Meaninglessness.
A second group wrote about dental pain, which while unpleasant, rarely leads to existential
In a series of studies Koole and colleagues tested the hypothesis that people with low self-esteem deal with existential
concerns by connecting with others.
In the first experiment, the researchers examined how Tylenol helped people cope following one of the more common sources of existential
dread: awareness of one's own mortality.
therapy is rooted in existentialism, a philosophy concerned with the meaning of human existence.
In his view, because of the subjectivity associated with defining this construct, existential
The blocking of ambassador's [bank] accounts pose an existential
threat to the United Nations," Khazaei said on Thursday.
It is a comprehensive overview of existential
, phenomenological approaches to offender treatment--the more human side of work in the criminal justice system.