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thought, by contrast, has no well-defined and generally accepted anthropology.
Concerning man it has amassed a vast array of facts, yet the very confusion
and variety of these facts betrays an inability to give a coherent definition of
the human condition. In no other civilisation has there been such a complete and
systematic ignorance of the reason why we are born, why we are alive, and why we