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What Sartre Says About Man's Essence By Nathan Tyree
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In this new collection of microfiction a soldier contemplates death; a child makes a life with his father's corpse; a man thinks about being a spoon; a girl with absurd hair flirts with the wrong... More > guy; kids have an umbrella war; a pot deal goes wrong; a video game gets too real; Moby Dick is taught ; David Foster Wallace dies of postmodernism and a man eats God.< Less
What Sartre Says About Man's Essence By Nathan Tyree
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In this new collection of microfiction a soldier contemplates death; a child makes a life with his father's corpse; a man thinks about being a spoon; a girl with absurd hair flirts with the wrong... More > guy; kids have an umbrella war; a pot deal goes wrong; a video game gets too real; Moby Dick is taught ; David Foster Wallace dies of postmodernism and a man eats God.< Less
Gilbert Ryle & Jean Paul Sartre, Spiritus Ex Machina By Timb Hoswell
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Gilbert Ryle was one of the most famous philosophers last century. His work The Concept of Mind started a revolution within Analytic Philosophy of Mind. Ryle’s revolutionary insight was to... More > reconstruct the mind from the ordinary language of everyday people. Yet few people know that Ryle was himself deeply influenced by Jean-Paul Sartre. This work plumbs those depths beginning with an interview Ryle gave shortly before he died and a confession that he used Sartre’s argument on Hume in his work. The book is the perfect introduction for the budding Philosopher, Psychologist or Psychiatrist interested in Ryle’s work, while offering new surprises for the dedicated Analytic Philosopher or Rylean scholar.< Less
The Nauseous Fulfillment of Nihility: Jean-Paul Sartre’s Being and Nothingness By Daniel Deleanu
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A logosophistic approach to one of the most important philosophy books ever written.
Phenomenology and The Ghost in The Machine: An Investigation into Wilfrid Sellars, Jean--Paul Sartre, Gilbert Ryle and The Concept of Mind By Timb Hoswell
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Take a journey through Jean-Paul Sartre’s trans-phenomena of consciousness, into Gilbert Ryle’s Linguistic Behaviourism and on to the outer reaches of Wilfrid Sellars’ Rylean... More > ancestors and their ‘Messianic Behaviourist’ Jones. Phenomenology and the Ghost in the Machine begins by investigating a historical connection between Jean-Paul Sartre and Gilbert Ryle. The book exploits this connection to explore an attractive relationship between ordinary language and consciousness, thus providing plenty of chances for readers to learn Sartre’s phenomenology and Ryle’s linguistic analysis of the mind along the way. This work is a one way ticket to the outer reaches of the mind, arguing that language is insufficient to ground a theory of mind because it fails to capture sublinguistic layers of thought. Only a ‘first person science’ exploring the nature of mind, and heralded by a return to a Pre-Fregeian Psychologism, can penetrate these mysteries of thought.< Less
Sui fondamenti del Pensiero Giuridico di Jean Paul Sartre in rapporto alla società contemporanea By GIOVANNI SCARSI
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QUESTA PUBBLICAZIONE SI PROPONE DI ANALIZZARE IL PENSIERO FILOSOFICO, POLITICO E GIURIDICO DI JEAN PAUL SARTRE; UN FILOSOFO CHE TROPPI ATTUALMENTE SI OSTINANO A RITENERE INGIUSTAMENTE SECONDARIO, MA... More > CHE IN REALTA' HA RAPPRESENTATO CON IL SUO PENSIERO UNO DEI MOMENTI PIU' IMPORTANTI E INTENSI DEL DIBATTITO FILOSOFICO, SOPRATTUTTO A PARTIRE DAGLI ANNI SUCCESSIVI ALLA II SECONDA GUERRA MONDIALE. TEMI QUALI: "L'ESSERE", "IL NULLA", "LA NAUSEA", "LA LIBERTA'", "GLI ALTRI", COSTITUISCONO I PUNTI FERMI DEL PENSIERO DI SARTRE, CHE MOLTI STUDIOSI HANNO PER ANNI CONSIDERATO 'IL FILOSOFO PIU' IMPORTANTE, SE NON ADDIRITTURA PRINCIPALE, DELL'ESISTENZIALISMO'. DI IMPORTANZA FONDAMENTALE E' ANCHE IL SUO PENSIERO POLITICO: EGLI AMAVA DEFINIRSI "UN SOCIALISTA ANTI-GERARCHICO E LIBERTARIO"; NON FU MAI UN FILOSOFO ALLINEATO, CONSERVO', ANZI, SEMPRE, UN ECCEZIONE SPIRITO CRITICO E UNA STRAORDINARIA INDIPENDENZA NEL PENSIERO E NELL'AZIONE, DIMOSTRATO DALLA SUA ADESIONE AI MOVIMENTI DI CONTESTAZIONE IN FRANCIA.< Less
BAUDELAIRE E L'INAUGURAZIONE DEL MODERNO NELLA RIFLESSIONE DI BENJAMIN E SARTRE By Rosalinda Falcucci
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Un lavoro volto a comprendere la psiche di Baudelaire attraverso le riflessioni dei sociologi Walter Benjamin e Jean-Paul Sartre all'interno delle sue opere: un viaggio attraverso gli occhi del poeta... More > soffocato dall'avvento della "modernité", ovvero il progresso, e le tensioni che da esso ne derivavano. Tematiche personali e sociali, accostamenti a idealismi (rappresentati da simboli macabri e "neri" che rappresentavano il suo malessere interiore), simboli legati alle varie "figure" femminili o apparentemente sataniche; la Parigi del XIX "Un tempio di simboli e figure", padre dunque della "metafora urbana".< Less
Being and Nothingness Revisited By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar discusses Being in relation to Nothingness.
Being and Nothingness Revisited By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar discusses Being in relation to Nothingness.
A la Recherche du Temps Depardieu By Ricky Garni
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There's nothing like boarding school to bring out the latent Gerard Depardieu lover in all of us–who knows why. But after a few mind-bending winters, a GQ magazine or two, scary girls riding... More > motorcycles and pretentious teachers and pretentious students and some not tasty butternut squash laced with French Cinema, then you got, well, despair. Loneliness. Mistranslations. Everything but mostly nothing. High School. Love. Par excellence–à la Depardieu.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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