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  1. There were enough examples, often of a heroic nature, which proved that apathy could be overcome, irritability suppressed. Man can preserve a vestige of spiritual freedom, of independence of mind, even in such terrible conditions of psychic and physical stress.

    • Chris Allen
    • 2020
  2. Meaning in Positive and Existential Psychology presents a broad overview of contemporary empirical research and theoretical work on the meaning/purpose in life construct from two perspectives -...

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  4. Existentialism’s focus on human being-toward-limits portrays personal identity as a site of becoming, a “work-in-progress” whose incompleteness is both tragic and redemptive ( Camus, 1955/1991 ). It is tragic because, confronted with the unchanging past and an uncertain future, people form ultimately unanswerable desires to transcend these limits.

  5. Jan 26, 2022 · When faced with the fact that life is temporary, humans respond in different ways. Existentialism is a field that focuses on understanding the meaning behind and purpose of human existence....

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  6. Nov 13, 2021 · Rollo May's existentialist theory lays out four unique states that commonly emerge throughout life as human beings negotiate their existence. Think about your behaviors and motivations in your...

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