Introduction. Part I: Introducing Existentialism. Chapter 1: What Is Existentialism? Chapter 2: The Big Names of Existentialism. Part II: The Fundamental Problem: God Is Dead. Chapter 3: If God Is Dead, Is Life Meaningless? Chapter 4: Anxiety, Dread, and Angst in an Empty World. Part III: Living a Meaningful Life in a Meaningless World. Chapter 5: The Challenge of Absurdity and Authenticity. Chapter 6: Understanding Our Unique Way of Existing in the World. Chapter 7: Not Tonight, Honey: Why We Need More Passion in Our Lives. Chapter 8: Sar tre?s Existentialism: Learning to Cope with Freedom. Chapter 9: Finding Authenticity: Facing Death, Conscience, and Time. Chapter 10: Kierkegaard: The Task of Being a Religious Existentialist. Chapter 11: Niet zsche: Mastering the Art of Individuality. Part IV: The Enduring Impact of Existentialism. Chapter 12: Fear and Loathing in Existential Politics. Chapter 13: Existentialism and Other Schools of Philosophical Thought. Chapter 14: Doing Psychology the Existential Way. Part V: Part of Tens. Chapter 15: Ten Great Existential Movies. Chapter 16: Ten Great Works of Existential Literature. Index.
Christopher Panza, PhD, teaches courses on existentialism, ethics, and free will and has published articles on teaching philosophy. Gregory Gale is an adjunct professor of philosophy.