Focusing on the leading figures of existentialism including sartre nietzsche heidegger kierkegaard de beauvoir merleau ponty and camus thomas flynn offers a concise account of existentialism explaining the key themes of individuality free will and personal responsibility which marked the movement as a way of life not just a way of . Thomas r flynn examines the philosophys core beliefs focusing on several key existential th through such writers as sarte de beauvoir and camus it influenced literature the arts and humanities and politics. Existentialism a very short introduction thomas flynn very short introductions thomas flynns account of existentialism and the existentialist movement aims right at the core of the philosophy revealing and explaining the key themes and key thinkers. Thomas flynns existentialism is part of oxford university press very short introduction series weighing in at less than 150 pages flynns volume is both short and incisive providing an introduction to most of the key existentialist philosophers and an overview of most of the key existentialist themes. Thomas r flynn holds a phd from columbia university 1970 and currently serves in the department of philosophy at emory university phd dissertation jean paul sartre and the problem of collective responsibility
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