In order to discuss the dictum, I will distinguish the statement, "nothing exists," from positive existential
statements, that is, those that designate or imply a designation of something (either a thing or a kind of thing or thing as such) in terms of its features--for instance, "something that is alive exists" or "something that understands exists" or "something that is temporal exists.
The paper outlined a series of existential
challenges facing the EU, including: economic issues relating to a possible Italian sovereign default, high youth unemployment, resistance to moves towards fiscal union, and tensions over immigration and refugee quotas.
approach to counselor development is a framework from which counselor educators can begin to understand the intimate personal awareness that counselors-in-training experience as a result of their professional development.
Toner said Kerry did consider the rapid growth of groups like Daesh, particularly in ungoverned spaces, an existential
John Mueller and Mark Stewart, "Terrorism Poses No Existential
Threat to America.
Rittenhouse does not make enough of his most recent sources on existential
conflict: high meaningfulness and high crisis of meaning.
Therefore, the purpose of this article is to (a) provide an overview of the mental health concerns of Latina breast cancer survivors and their families, (b) discuss the use of existential
counseling to decrease psychological distress, and (c) integrate cultural variables to support cancer recovery from a culturally sensitive perspective.
Due to our existential
finitude, we are subjected to fault and guilt.
How one creates and measures existential
pain in test subjects is a bit complex.
Cottingham; Holland; bleakness; contingency; existential
response; meaning; naturalism.
therapy is a philosophical approach to psychotherapy.