This paper was delivered at the fifty-eighth annual meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP). As an outgoing co-director's address, its aim was to indirectly reflect on SPEP's history by directly reflecting on the songs of Bob Dylan. Dylan's first album was released just a few months before the first SPEP meeting took place in Evanston, Illinois in October 1962.

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