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Stuff Papers  Tuesday  Thomas E. Wartenberg,  Existentialism  70-87 Kierkegaard in Marino, 41-57. Thursday  Paul Tillich,  The Courage to Be , 2nd ed.  (Yale University Press, 2000).  33-63.
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Death of God "Have you not heard the madman  who lit a lantern in the bright  morning hours, ran to the market  place and cried incessantly, 'I seek  God!, I seek God!' . .. Why, did he get  lost? Said one. Did he lose his way  like a child…The madman jumped  into their midst and pierced them  with his glances. "'Whither is God'? He cried. 'I shall  tell you. We have killed him - you  and I. All of us are his murderers. ..'" "...the madman fell silent and  looked again at his listeners; and  they to were silent and stared at him  in astonishment. At last he threw  his lantern on the ground, and it  broke and went out. 'I came too  early,' he said then; 'my time has  not come yet. “
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