To Karl Jaspers, uncertainty is not to be overcome but understood | Curio

To Karl Jaspers, uncertainty is not to be overcome but understood

11 mins | Sep 15, 2020

"We might not agree about who we are and what we want to be, but we can agree on what we don't know." The German psychiatrist developed a unique existential philosophy, one that connected "abstract questions to the most concrete experiences of human life." Despite somewhat falling into oblivion, and being remembered today more for his opinions on others than his own work, Carmen Lea Dege argues in Psyche magazine that Jaspers' writings "generate a humble, but highly resistant and communicative approach to the world."

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