Existentialism: Titles Have No Meaning

In fact, according to existentialists, there’s very little that has meaning…as in nothing. Nothing has meaning.

Now I’ll expect that at this point, people are either nodding their heads as if this is something they’ve known for a while, or they’re screaming at the screen in public, on a bus about what bullshit this is and making everyone else question their grip on reality (that’s another show). Sorry, I’ll quit day-dreaming.

Elements of existentialism have been around since at least as far back as Socrates, but was developed and refined into a more digestible philosophical school of thought by the likes of Kierkegaard, Heidegger, and Sartre. Join us as we explore their contributions and grapple with the despair and disappointment that is bound to come (hopefully you like that sort of thing).

Design existentialism #designerasphilosopher

The Beer:

Liliko’i Kepolo – Avery Brewing Company

The Links:

All About Philosophy

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Crash Course Philosophy

The Hard Shot:

Existential Crises

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  1. Caleb Shelton /

    I find existentialism freeing. The idea that I forge my own path and I am not required to follow any other set path.

    1. Anastasia Wilford / Post Author

      Right!
      ~A

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