existential

[ eg-zi-sten-shuh l, ek-si- ]SEE DEFINITION OF existential

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Modal, impersonal, existential judgments are all accounted for.

They are too rigid, too "objective" in their own existential status.

What God is in himself we cannot know, an existential Judgment we cannot form without going over to the metaphysicians.

The former, having isolated the primitive facts, suppose them to have a superior logical and existential value.

It is obvious that individual responsibility is central to existential therapy.

They lead to a feeling of existential frustration: a person's will to find meaning is blocked.

Meinong insists upon an existential judgment, a judgment that the object valued is real, as essential to value.

They are questions of the existential setting of certain logical distinctions and relations.

This distinction of indication as existential and implication as conceptual or essential, I owe to Mr. Alfred Sidgwick.

To be more precise, let us consider an existential, instead of an attributive, judgment.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXISTENTIAL

ontological

adjectivepertaining to the nature of existence
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