Spring 2022

Spring 2022

Theistic and Atheistic Existentialism

Rico Monge, Michael Kelly

What is the meaning of my life and what does the meaning of my life mean for the society in which I live? How does one discern such meaning and what are the obstacles (personal and social) to coming to grasp that meaning for oneself? How do the answers to such questions change assuming either a theistic or atheistic premise? To what does an atheistic or theistic premise committee me, actually? In an intense dialogue with some of the most important philosophical, literary, and theist texts in existentialism, we will explore these questions in Theistic and Atheistic Existentialism.

HNRS 324

Rico Monge


HNRS 325

Michael Kelly


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