SKELETON-MAN Entertainment & Existentialism

SKELETON-MAN Entertainment & Existentialism

SKELETON-MAN Entertainment & Existentialism

SKELETON-MAN Entertainment & Existentialism

SKELETON-MAN Entertainment & Existentialism

SKELETON-MAN Entertainment & Existentialism

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Franz Kafka – An Introduction



Introduction to the Czech writer Franz Kafka (1883-1924) forthcoming.

Albert Camus – The Absurd and Suicide



There is but one truly serious philosophical problem: Suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. Introduction to Albert Camus’ “The Myth of Sisyphus” from 1942

Viktor Frankl – Suffering & Meaning



How did an existential psychotherapist survive the horrors of the Holocaust? In “Man’s Search for Meaning” Viktor Frankl emphasizes the importance of meaning and shows how one may find meaning even in suffering

Søren Kierkegaard – The Father of Existentialism



How do you become who you are? How to turn your darkest hour into your motivation for positive change? Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard has some surprising and inspiring answers

“The Denial of Death” by Ernest Becker



In his 1974 Pulitzer Prize winning book “The Denial of Death” Ernest Becker shows how psychological insight merges with religious doctrine at the furthest and most fertile lands

DJ Skeleton-Man – He IS the party



With his charisma and keen sense for the dance floor DJ Skeleton-Man caters to all audiences: Club, street, corporate and private

The Skeleton-Man Show – Death: The High Price of Living



In his newest show “Death: The High Price of Living” Skeleton-Man takes the audience on an existential Tour de Force designed to offer new perspective and renew your life appetite, energy and sense of freedom

Skeleton-Man – The Birth, Bones & Beats Behind



Why a lit up Skeleton suit? Why combining entertainment and existentialism? Learn the origins and concept behind Skeleton-Man since the first ideas in 2004 to the multi-facetted project it is today

Organisational Existentialism – With Kierkegaard at Work



Organisational Existentialism looks at organisational life from an existentialist perspective focusing on meaning, personal responsibility and self-realisation

Meaninglessness – The Absurdity of Life



Man is a meaning seeking creature in a universe that offers no meaning. Hence the absurdity of existence