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angst

(in Existentialist philosophy) the dread caused by man's awareness that his future is not determined but must be freely chosen
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In many ways, this room served as the heart of Angst.
There was this perverse angst that things were turning bad, but the opposite has happened: inflation is low and uncertainty reduced.
One of the problems for us was the inability to staff a small, convenient store that would be open all day, every day," Angst says.
Pain extends beyond tissue damage and hurt feelings, and includes the distress and existential angst we feel when we're uncertain or have just experienced something surreal," University of British Columbia researcher Daniel Randles, the lead author of (http://pss.
Ganapathi secretary ( West) in the ministry of external affairs expressed India's concern and angst in Indian society about the untimely and tragic death of Savita.
Recommend this title to young teens who are in the beginning stages of adolescent angst.
I like what I see, and see no justification for thinking in terms of Aussie angst.
All comes together in a realistic, coming of age read reflecting the angst that most first generation Australian teenagers of immigrant parents, I am sure, would endure.
Seeking insight from many sources, it is an enlightening look at how humanity has changed over the years, and how angst has played a factor in this evolution.
Angst and Evolution: The Struggle for Human Potential
Heidegger and a metaphysics of feeling; angst and the finitude of being.
has tapped 14-year reinsurance veteran EMMANUEL CLARKE to head PartnerRe Global's specialty lines division, succeeding KURT ANGST, who is set to retire in December after a 40-year career.