Dreadful Dads: What the childless fathers of existentialism teach real dads | Curio

Dreadful Dads: What the childless fathers of existentialism teach real dads

20 mins | May 28, 2017

The existentialists cast off God and embraced the torments of freedom. Frequently they lived messy personal lives, rarely troubled by the arrival of children. Writing in Aeon magazine, two fathers and philosophers, John Kaag and Clancy Martin argue that the existentialists may have something to teach us about parenthood after all. ​

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From Aeon magazine