THE EXISTENTIAL PATH

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THE EXISTENTIAL PATH: ROLLO MAY One of the few blessings of living in an age of anxiety is that we are forced to become aware of ourselves. 1953 (Man’s Search for Himself) 1. The Influence of Paul Tillich A. Anxiety and Fear B. Courage Type of Anxiety Ontic Moral Spiritual Relative Fate Guilt Emptiness Absolute Death Condemnation Meaninglessness “YOU BE THE PSYCHOLOGIST!” Freddie is always on the go- he’s the busiest person alive. When asked why, Freddie says that it’s the only way he can accomplish everything he needs to do, and even then he doesn’t have enough time! Tillich might suspect that Freddie is suffering from A. Relative ontic anxiety. B. Relative moral anxiety. C. Relative spiritual anxiety. Answer: B 2. The Influence of Existentialism A. Ontology B. Dasein C. Modes of Existence - Umwelt - Mitwelt - Eigenwelt D. Freedom E. Phenomenology F. Authenticity G. Alienation H. Objectification I. Anxiety, Dread, Despair, Death J. Absurdity K. Commitment and Action
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course PSY psy706 taught by Professor Marylinehadad during the Winter '10 term at Ryerson.

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