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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Polina Budanova
Religious and Atheistic Existentialism: S. Kierkegaard vs J.-P. Sartre
Philosophy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
This research focused on a special area of philosophy of the 20th century-existential philosophy. I concentrated on consideration of the founder of the ideas of existential philosophy- S. Kierkegaard and on one of the most prominent representatives of atheistic existentialism- J.-P. Sartre. Their original works and modern researches on this theme are the fundament of this investigation. This project relates to the history of philosophy. Almost all of the work is based on the understanding of the ideas of these two philosophers – S. Kierkegaard and J.-P. Sartre. The author tried to reveal and summarize the main similarities and differences in the teachings of the two philosophers. This research helps in studying the history of philosophy and enriches knowledge in this aspect. Also the author tried to show that the problems raised by existential philosophy remain relevant up to now.

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