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An Analysis of De Beauvoir's Notion of Ethical Freedom

             In “Ethics of Ambiguity,” Simone De Beauvoir extends on Sartre’s ideas from “Being and Nothingness” and the existentialist notion of freedom to outline an ethical system for all. 2,670 more words

Philosophy

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Existentialist

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Existentialist

Laurence Sterne’s novel, which is a testament to the raw literary merit of style, is at times both profound and profoundly hilarious. 126 more words

Literature

Food for Thought-Reflections on Surf Fishing

It is hard to not know how to fish. The hard part and the easy part is the standing there. When you’re surf fishing you’re standing there, with your rod and reel, facing the water, staring into the unknown. 295 more words

Food For Thought

The Glass Labyrinth

The glass labyrinth, walls for seeing, only one path to the center. A line of footsteps, one foot in front of the other behind, turn, find the next footfall. 391 more words

Poetry

Silhouetted by the Sea

Infinity in a nutshell:

Everything you take in in a moment,
everything you have to read, to follow,

amounts to too much,

but I can’t lessen your load. 124 more words

Poetry

they didn't mention it'd be always

the bushwick streets
shimmer
like the bounty
of a
strike anywhere
match
and there’s a
fusion sweat
pulsing out of
hydrants and posts,
you know, 102 more words

Existentialism