Then the existential analysis is an analysis of relations, but not static but in terms of possibility.
The fact that a thing possible means “I expect” o “I project”, therefore the possibility has a precursor character.
Pending or project nevertheless remain possibilities whose realization is more or less secure but not foolproof. Therefore the fundamental category described and interpretation of existentialism is “the possible”.
From here you can outline the different directions of Existentialism:
I) The impossibility possible
II) The need for possible
III)The possibility possible.
I) Kierkegaard mid-nineteenth century emphasized the importance of the category of the possible. He spoke of four types of relationships: relations with himself, with the others, with the world and with God. Man's relations with the world are governed by anguish, the same relationship with it are governed by despair and relationship with God is dominated by the paradox. as we see, understand what possible with menacing and negative. Heidegger delves into the same problem and define that existence is transcendence and projection, that basically are impossible; so that the existence may be what has already been. Jaspers is on the same line, the same as Sartre for whom man is “It is projected to be God” but it is an absent God and is resolved in each case a failure. “Man is a useless passion”. This direction led to a “negative philosophy” in which rife “anguish”, el “danger and failure”.
II) The second interpretation considers the possibility is not as real impossibilities, but as Powers (Aristotelian sense of the term).
Thus the possibility leaves negative sense as, It is power, this “destined to be realized”. Marcel enrolled in this line. He considers that being is revealed only in the mystery that surrounds. this stream has a character and a religious purpose but philosophically preferably has the defect of being a eulogy of human reality, rather than being an attempt to understand.
III) The third interpretation, own Italian School (N. Abbagnano), focuses existential possibilities taken and held as such, without trascolar nor its possibilities and its impossibilities; (facing a possibility a search aimed at establishing the limits and conditions thereof opens). You have this line, evidently, a naturalistic and empirical trend.
The man would be neither thrown without aid, or conditioned to failure, but it puts partial and limited guarantees that are offered by their techniques and their way of life experienced, as well as the possibility to find and experience new ones that open themselves to him.
These latter streams are located within what is called “positive existentialism”, one of the sources of anthropology link.