Talk:Jean-Paul Sartre

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That quote about 3:00 is really from Nausea. I changed it. ----B. Phillips 2 July 2005 19:57 (UTC)

That quote concerning man as separated from himself by all the breadth of his being, and recovering himself on the horizon, is actually Sartre characterizing Heidegger's philosophy, and so probably shouldn't be in here. It's from "The phenomenological concept of nothingness" (section IV, Part 1, I think), and follows from a section where he considers Hegel's ideas. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Dace (talkcontribs) 00:03, 15 May 2007 (UTC)
It can be however preserved, noted "On Martin Heidegger" instead? --Aphaia 00:53, 15 May 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Sure, I think so. —This unsigned comment is by [[User:{{{1}}}|{{{1}}}]] ([[User talk:{{{1}}}|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/{{{1}}}|contribs]]) .


  • If you seek authenticity for authenticity's sake, you are no longer authentic.
  • It is disappointing to realize that, hidden beyond these magnificent and promising names, is the same checkerboard city, the same red and green traffic lights and the same provincial look.
    • On Albuquerque NM, recalled when the city sought a plan for urban renewal, New York Times (February 5, 1985)
  • Like all dreamers, I confuse disenchantment with truth.
  • So long as a man can look into the eyes of his oppressor, he is free.

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