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by gamnot
Rated: E · Article · Philosophy · #2045116
A consistent theme in existentialist literature
The Monster in the Labyrinth: Labyrinth-- A structure containing winding passages hard to follow without losing one's way. ........ There is a moster in the labyrinth always seeking someone to devour. It has been called a variety of different names in existentialist literature; Kierkegaard called it: the crowd -- Nietzsche called it the herd -- Heidegger called it the anonymous one -- Marcel and Y Gasset referred to it as the masses. Nowadays, many just move from one crowd, herd, or "anonymous one" blob to another and it makes no difference whether it is related to a religious or secular orientation to life.
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