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  1. If you start from far away, it is worth reading the main works of three philosophers who influenced the formation of existentialism-Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Schelling.
    Further, as a basic literature, Martin Heidegger, the founder of existentialism.After that, swinging your Dasein, you can deal with Sartre and Camus.

  2. For the introduction
    , “Existentialism is humanism” by Jean-Paul Sartre. (this is not really a job, but rather a response to criticism. Biased judgments about existentialism are very clearly analyzed here).
    Then
    “Human – too human” by F. Nietzsche
    Well, then you can go through related works and links that offer different resources in the “similar” tabs and all that. The main thing is to start right, then you'll figure it out.

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