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Art and Literature Jean Dubuffet--art brut; more human- like, authentic, expressive of the real humanity of WWII and beyond. Gritty.
Abstract Expressionism Art scene moves to New York, baby! Jackson Pollack splashes paint on the canvas. action painting
Literature Samuel Becketts Theater of the Absurd in Waiting for Godot (1952) Gunter Grass (not Gunther Gnass)-- The Tin Drum and many other books
Existentialism Jean-Paul Sartre (Being and Nothingness and No Exit among many works) Existence precedes essence We make meaning out of our own lives--much angst.
Absurdism Albert Camus (the Stranger) Close to existentialism; we can find meaning in ourselves, maybe. Perhaps theres outside meaning to life, but we cant know it.
Existentialism. Definition: Philosophical movement that deals with human freedom Philosophical movement that deals with human freedom Requires individuals.
Man’s Search for Meaning: Existentialism and Nihilism
Jean-Paul Sartre and Existentialism
Existentialism: a group of attitudes (current in philosophical, religious, and artistic thought during and after World War II) that emphasizes existence.
Jean Paul Sartre ( ) Professor of philosophy at Le Havre (1931) studied in Berlin (1932) took part in the Resistance Nobel prize in 1964.
Jean-Paul Sartre ( ) Sartre was atheistic. Man is abandoned; God does not exist. Implications of abandonment: There is no common human.
Theatre of the Absurd Absurdism and Existentialism.
Jackson Pollock. Original Style full of energy & expression To him the important part of art was HOW he did it.
Existentialism by Daren Wilkerson A Very Basic Look (because this is pretty new to me, too!)
Jackson Pollock Born:1912 Where: Cody, Wyoming Style: Abstract Expressionism Known for: Inventing a new method of painting in which he poured paint directly.
The Theatre of the Absurd. Outline Greek roots Camus’s essay “Myth” and Esslin Popular: Freud WWII (nuclear) Beckett Traditional vs. Absurd.
Existentialism, Albert Camus, and The Stranger
Existentialism Quiz Assignment 52. Directions Be sure to restate the question as part of your answer. Since some questions have more than one part, make.
Why to artist create?. George Inness. The Lacawanna Valley 1856 Romanticism.
Existentialism “We always find something, eh Didi, to give us the impression we exist?” - Estragon in Waiting for Godot Existentialism is a movement.
Existentialism, Albert Camus, and The Stranger Albert Camus ( ), a French philosopher of the absurd, novelist, and dramatist.
Old rules (not always followed): Use of language as a tool of logical communication Cause-and-effect relationships New rules: New relationship between.
Why are we here?Why are we here? What is our purpose?What is our purpose? Do our lives have meaning?Do our lives have meaning? How has humankind attempted.
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