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Atheist existentialism: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ • Exegesis • History of religion • Religion • Religious philosophy • Theology • Relationship between religion and science • Religion and politics • Faith and rationality • more...

Question 2: It became evident in atheist form after the 1943 publication of ________ of Jean-Paul Sartre and later explicitly alluded to in Existentialism is a Humanism in 1946.
Dirty HandsNausea (novel)Being and NothingnessThe Wall (book)

Question 3: Atheist existentialism or atheistic existentialism is a kind of ________ which diverged from the Christian works of Søren Kierkegaard and has developed within the context of an atheistic worldview.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelFriedrich NietzscheMonismExistentialism

Question 4: For example, Jean-Paul Sartre was certainly a noted existentialist philosopher, but he does not seem to have been very affected by existentialistic anguish, while ________ certainly was.
ExistentialismGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelAlbert CamusJacques Derrida

Question 5: From a historical point of view, there are elements of atheistic existentialism already present in the poetry of ________.
EpicureanismPhilodemusLucretiusCatius

Question 6: Atheistic existentialism is an independent type of existentialism, though, with little relation to metaphysical existentialism (mostly through phenomenology and ________'s works) and even less with religious existentialism.
Arthur SchopenhauerFriedrich NietzscheGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelMartin Heidegger

Question 7: Therefore, Camus spoke of experiencing as well as accepting the ________.
AbsurdismSøren KierkegaardRegine OlsenFear and Trembling

Question 8: After Sartre in such spirit are the works of ________ (specially with The Myth of Sisyphus) and also Simone de Beauvoir wrote in such sense and then can be considered writers in the spirit of atheist existentialism.
Albert CamusJean-Paul SartreGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelJacques Derrida

Question 9: The novel Nausea is, in some ways, a manifesto of atheism in ________.
ExistentialismFriedrich NietzscheGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelMonism

Question 10: Clifford • William L. Rowe • ________ • William Wollaston • more ...
William WhewellImmanuel KantAverroesRelationship between religion and science







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