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An Epistemology on Existentialism

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An Epistemology on Existentialism by Zigmond JR Yezik
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Standing amongst the ever evolving population and wondering how our influences take on the reality we so highly construct and believe, if to denote each infinitesimal property is applicable in the notion it was created, from us, as contemplation abstractly enforces a deeper sense of solipsistic existentialism and mental-solitude. We stand here, as a sentient, architectonic of how the consciousness of thought is pre-programmed and monopolized into the point of this endeavoring struggle to break free from technological anesthetization; for the mind in repetition is mechanical. This book will concisely describe how religious canon fundamentally colonized its application as a 'divine-embodiment' characterizing many displays of the supposedly 'human-condition enterprise' as many vital aspects unfold metaphorical paradoxes in each recycled tradition and contrived paradigms while this cultural ideology enforces amalgamation unto the world of indirect totalitarianism. If humanity is autonomous in nature, and rationality develops into precocious inquisitiveness, does not uniformity inhibit individual growth by imposing as antithesis over the impetuous of self-introspecting evolution on our own terms? Do we have an identity of our own, and if so, is it 'perceived or received' as to how you and I become or just exists in a vast experiment we call 'the grouping of social-rolls' and a 'contextualization of relative thought in society's grand schematization? This Epistemology on interpretive Existentialism approaches an exciting and formidable outlook on the 'scope and reliability' of human knowledge and human advancement of the indiviual in a 16 chapter philosophical odyssey into the unknown whole of humanistic freedom.
Release date Australia
December 1st, 2006
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
AuthorHouse
Pages
128
Dimensions
127x203x7
ISBN-13
9781425985318
Product ID
1893543

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