<biography, history of philosophy> french philosopher (1889-1973) whose Le Mystère de l'etre (The mystery of Being) (1950), The Existentialist Background to Human Dignity (1963), and The Philosophy of Existentialism (1967) are often considered classic statements of theistic existentialism, in which despair and self-deception are overcome by hope and a spirit of truth. Marcel also wrote plays exhibiting similar themes, including Un Homme de Dieu (A Man of God) (1925) and La Dimension Florestan (The Florestan Dimension) (1956). Recommended Reading: Joe McCown, Gabriel Marcel and the Phenomenology of Human Openness (Scholars' Press, 1978); Seymour Cain, Gabriel Marcel's Theory of Religious Experience (Peter Lang, 1995); Reflections on Gabriel Marcel: A Collection of Essays, ed. by William Cooney (Edwin Mellen, 1989); and The Philosophy of Gabriel Marcel, ed. by Paul Arthur Schilpp and Lewis Edwin Hahn (Open Court, 1984).
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