Examples of existential in a Sentence
child psychologist Bruno Bettelheim believed that fairy tales help children cope with their existential anxieties and dilemmas
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Fans of existential fiction might argue that the exploration into the intertwined lives of the characters does not go far enough.
Brown has long viewed environmental threats like climate change as existential ones that transcend the typical fare of governors.
After all, the existential weight of decades of failure has been lifted.
In other words, an existential fight for the future of entertainment along the French Riviera.
And that's a scary moment—one that comes with the aid of studio executives, focus groups, managers, publicists, and deep existential thought.
Back then, university officials regarded student protesters as an existential threat to the university itself.
The movie reaches its existential apotheosis in the confrontation between Mastroianni’s character and a priest in a dark prison cell.
Not atypically for Cronenberg, the cycle of slaughter that follows is riddled with existential paradox and filmed with unblinking intensity.
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