Karl Jaspers


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Noun1.Karl Jaspers - German psychiatrist (1883-1969)
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Contract award: construction of a youth forensic and sports hall at the karl jaspers clinic location - technical equipment acc.
I would have thought, for instance, that a chapter on Karl Jaspers or Gabriel Marcel would be at least as warranted as one on de Beauvoir.
27) Aqui me refiero al perspicaz articulo de Christopher Thornhill, "Humanism and Wars: Karl Jaspers between Politics, Culture and Law", presentado en la Sociedad Karl Jaspers de Norteamerica, en la reunion anual de la Asociacion Filosofica Americana, Division del Este, Washington D.
1) Karl Jaspers, Die Schuldfrage (Heidelberg: Lambert Schneider, 1946).
El hombre se vuelca hacia la vida sensible y concreta, sin cuestionar el sentido ultimo de esta, salvo en las ocasiones extraordinarias que Karl Jaspers llamo situaciones limite: la muerte, el nacimiento, la sexualidad, el amor .
Si bien se consideraba situado en sus antipodas, Martin Heidegger fue calificado por Karl Jaspers como "el mas destacado pensador entre los contemporaneos" (N #17) (1).
Moving beyond the "old Nietzsche" of the existentialists earlier in the century (such as Walter Kaufmann and Karl Jaspers, who were fixated on the death of God as Nietzsche's deepest insight into the religious impulse), R.
Krakauer's debate with the woman he has met involves interesting points, some of which are reminiscent of Karl Jaspers and Martin Buber.
The banality of evil," the phrase that Arendt, partially borrowing from Karl Jaspers, applied to Eichmann's person and deeds, suggested that what Eichmann suffered from was not stupidity, extraordinary moral wickedness or depravity but "thoughtlessness.
The Karl Jaspers Clinic is a Hospital for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy and Academic Teaching Hospital of the Georg-August-UniversitEnt GE[micro]ttingen.
In the second part, where Vernon uses the work of Charles Taylor, Peter Singer, Douglas Hofstadter, Karl Jaspers, William James, John Hick, Robert Pirsig and others to good effect, he emphasizes that we would do well to think of ourselves as striving for wellbeing, not happiness, since happiness fits less adequately with our desire for meaning in our lives.