The Labyrinth within Kafka's The Castle: A Fluctuation between Nihilism and Existentialism

@article{Diwany2014TheLW,
  title={The Labyrinth within Kafka's The Castle: A Fluctuation between Nihilism and Existentialism},
  author={F. E. Diwany},
  journal={English Language and Literature Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={14}
}
  • F. E. Diwany
  • Published 2014
  • Philosophy
  • English Language and Literature Studies
Man lives within a social context he finds himself involved in. He is doomed to choose in spite of the fact that he has had no choice in his coming to the world. Man’s being in the world subjects him to a series of social, political, ideological, and theological challenges that, at the end, induce a major transformation in his essence. This existentialist predicament suffered by modern man makes him stand at the brink of the precipice of nihilism where nothingness lies there enveloping many… Expand

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