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Gabriel Marcel
Dr. Alice Von Hildebrand
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  The Twentieth Century has given birth to a variety of philosophical attempts to escape ideology and make contact with the multiplicity of real things and experiences once more. Gabriel Marcel was a major proponent of getting back to the sources of real existence and real life; of dealing with all phenomena and not some truncated reduction of them to what was ideologically acceptable. Dr. von Hildebrand gives a sympathetic critique of Marcel's work and its general relationship to modern philosophy and phenomenology. Taken from: My End is My Beginning: The Analogy of Contemporary Christianity With its Ancient Setting - 2001 VonHildebrand Institute



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