"As you say, the rethoric "we" is something really unpleasant. I will never pretend to speak for all of humanity, I just want to find a common way with the people I dialogue with, that's my - probably not proper - use of "we". But yes, accepting…"
"The example of the periodic table is really inspiring, thank you! Probably I will use it in future, I never thought at it in this way. You're right when you talk of finding a stability while changing: never changing is not possible, and the…"
"I hope that the slogan is astounding in a positive way!
Thank you for your answer, I think you have focused the attention on some essential truths. In my opinion, "existing" is "doing-with", i.e. actualising/incarnating one's freedom doing something…"
"Thank you for your feedback! I am not sure to understand all of your points, but I'll try my best (we have also to consider that probably we use different languages, and sadly my english vocabulary is not that wide). You're right when you say that…"
"I often asked for a theoretically stronger contribution from Desh, and I have to say that this post goes in the right direction, so I’ll try to give my theoretically stronger contribution, as an existentialism researcher and supporter. About Desh…"
"Sorry for my late answer, but my weeks are quite busy in this period... In my opinion what comes out from the whole discussion is that we have to take care of not reducing fear. If we do not fall in some kind of reduction, we could discover that…"
"I completely agree that a unified model should be the good formal solution, I am working on the preservation of both this two approaches since my Bachelor thesis. That's why I appreciate Jaspers and Hersch between all the existentialists: starting…"
"Rafael is right. If I can give you a suggestion as a Jaspers' researcher, consider that his point of strength in existentialism is the fact that he comes back to Kant and develops him: Kant explained that phenomenon and noumenon are not two…"
"Oh I see... this is a deep project. This reference to Marx in Sartre's philosophy could explain many of its points and his declination of the principle "existence preceeds essence". I am trying to deepen the common life background behind the most…"
"Oh this is really interesting... Did you find a link between them? Applying Marxian economic determinism to the most negative existentialism in terms of essential ground (in Sartre the essential nothingness leads to nausea) seems an appealing…"
"I completely agree with all your sentences here. This is pure Jaspers: there is an objective Umgreifende (the Truth) that we can't reach and a subjective Umgreifende (existence fullness) that we can reach. So our search for the metaphysical…"