Landesman's Journal is the compelling narrative of the life and thought of a reclusive philosopher, Leon Landesman. He has retreated to a cabin on the edge of a national forest in southeastern Arizona. There he grapples with man's perennial internal demons. Friedrich Nietzsche, Nikolai Berdyaev, and Fernando Pessoa are the main influences on his developing ideas. This book should be stimulating to those interested in existential philosophy and in the spiritual extremities of the human condition.