Philosophy Books of Gabriel Marcel About Human Existence and Peace
People who wrestle world of philosophy at least he will have a coherent thought pattern, coherent, radix (get to the root of the problem), comprehensive and integral. He would say if anything was going to say is the result of contemplation and thought processes are mature. The answer he gave about everything is very deep, touching and logical. So if we conclude, then people who do philosophy is always about WHAT not HOW. For those of you who want to plunge into the world of philosophy, then we recommend that you enjoyed reading philosophy books written by famous philosophers. One famous philosopher who we would mention is Gabriel Marcel (7 December1889-8 October 1973). Gabriel Marcel is a French philosopher classified as adherent of the school of existentialism. He aligned with Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, Jean Paul Sartre, Arthur Schopenhauer, Max Scheler and Albert Camus. All of them known as the adherents of the true existentialist.
Topics and themes from the philosophy books of Gabriel Marcel are very varied ranging from problem and mystery, love and peace, inter-relationships among human, subject and object relationship, and the drama of life is very fascinating. Marcel also known as a famous playwright. A few of his drama essays are follows: La Grace and La Palais de Sable (1934), Un Hommo de Dieu (1921), Le Monde Casse (1931), etc. All the drama revolves around the themes of human existence in this world full of dialectics and dynamics. For Marcel, The world in which we live is already cracked like “a broken watch”.
While his philosophy books are follows: Etre et Avoir / Being and Having (1935), Homo Viator (1945), Le Mystere de L ‘Etre (1951), L’ Homme Problematique (1955), Presence et Immortality (1959 ), La Dignite Humaine et Ses Assises Existentielles (1964), Paix sur La Terre (1965), Colleridge et Schelling (1971), Creative Fidelity (1940), etc.
Gabriel Marcel in addition known as the XX Century philosopher and author of philosophy books, he also was known as a lecturer at various Lycees in Paris, Montpellier, Vendome, Harvard, Aberdeen and visiting lecturer in Germany, Norway, the United States, Canada, Japan, etc. Gabriel Marcel had been a newspaper editor and a literary critic. So many awards have Marcel received such as French literary prize (1949), the Goethe Prize of the City of Hamburg (1958), Peace Prize from German bookstore association (1964), Erasmus Prize from the Dutch (1969). So many people said that Gabriel Marcel as an expert in Peace Philosophy