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Jean-Paul Sartre - August 26th 2012, 12:49 AM

Sartre, possibly my favorite philosopher, if not perosn of the 20th century. I was wondering what everyone else thought of him.
   
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Re: Jean-Paul Sartre - August 26th 2012, 04:33 PM

I prefer Kierkegaard's existentialism to Sartre's.


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Re: Jean-Paul Sartre - August 26th 2012, 09:57 PM

Aside from the oft-quoted line one of his characters utters in No Exit - "hell is other people" - which is most amusing and somewhat bleak at the same time, I must confess my knowledge of his philosophy and related arguments is somewhat superficial. I imagine if I went over it again I'd probably recognise it, but suffice it to say what I have read of it hasn't made much impression on me. Sorry. To be honest, that's probably more a reflection on me than on Sartre...


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Re: Jean-Paul Sartre - August 27th 2012, 05:25 PM

I like Existentialism Is A Humanism, I find the majority of his assertions in it to be both intelligently conceived and put forward. Also, his statement most commonly translated as 'existence precedes essence', referring uniquely to humans, holds some value to me.


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