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Some thoughts on Sartre's Nausea

I always found J-P Sartre a fascinating figure. He was clearly highly intelligent and a master observer of day-to-day human behaviour. His writing style was very clear and -unlike other existentialist authors- easy to understand by most. 557 more words

Book

Low Hanging Fruit

“I bequeath myself to the dirt to grow from the grass I love.

If you want me again look for me under your boot-soles.”

~Walt Whitman 177 more words

Philosophy

This Is Actually A Happy Post

You may be wondering why I haven’t posted anything in a while, and that’s because I don’t write when I’m Generally Sad. This is not to be confused with Heartbreak Sad, which very easily translates into writing, or Mad Sad, which is even easier— just ask screamo. 941 more words

LIFE & TIMES

Underground Man Confesses Another Dirty Secret

DIRTY SECRET
Fiction by David Arthur Walters

The Underground Man is back with a vengeance

Considering the circumstances, I must exist, therefore I exist. I am as I am circumscribed, and shall always be known as such, duly noted by my own hand, the only history I have. 876 more words

David Arthur Walters

sold! to the man in the cold white dream

two jousting prayers

careen against the wall

and

motion

gives way to

flame.

what’s left

coagulates

into

the you

that

almost was.

Existentialism

existentialism

What’s beyond

a nothing we can’t see

fathom

touch

a what,

a concept of

nothing that’s

nothing as

nothing is

unimaginable.

A what, an it, 36 more words

Lit

Beyond the Walls

No philosophy has ever made my head spin like existentialism has. No hyperbolic puns intended.

Existentialism imposes on man an extreme sense of accountability for his acts, and in totality, for his existence. 1,055 more words

Vince Vicentuan