Romney faces an existential threat as the race heads south —where there will be decided home field advantage for Gingrich.
The world of sports is having something of an existential crisis, or at least it should be.
In those two books, the existential shows itself gradually—breast cancer in the first, a physiological tropism in the second.
Any rational discussion of what Obama and his party need to do must begin with this existential question: What the hell happened?
The task, initially thrilling, soon balloons into an existential crisis.
They lead to a feeling of existential frustration: a person's will to find meaning is blocked.
The former, having isolated the primitive facts, suppose them to have a superior logical and existential value.
It means the existential or practical, not the purely rational or logical, consequence.
It is obvious that individual responsibility is central to existential therapy.
They are too rigid, too "objective" in their own existential status.