Vo Van Dung


When traditional philosophy leaves man to follow everything, which focuses only on the relationship between matter and spirit as well as it engrosses in searching the origin of the world, existentialism puts human upmost. Existentialists think that nothing is more passionate to people than they are, and nothing is easier to understand than human themselves. Although existentialism brings some certain values for human ideologies, the idea about the human-being in existentialism contains some limitations: when discussing the nature of man, existentialism has not seen its nature. However, these limitations do not detract from the values of existentialism. In this article, we will focus on studying the human view of existentialism and making practical assessments about it.


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