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|Title||An Exploration And Modernization Of Classical Existential Thought Through Fiction|
|Abstract||Author Chip Fankhauser explores classical existential philosophy through a series of fictional short stories. Each story deals with a different subject matter and theme of classical existentialism. In this collection Fankhauser also experiments with form and technique in an effort to develop more as a writer.|
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