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Sartre vs Heidegger

We had a class on Sartre today; and I was thinking how contrasting two figures, Heidegger and Sartre, are — and how splendidly this contrast reveals the difference between the way in which the German and the French does philosophy. 328 altre parole



January 2014

Performance art is the dichotomy of the scripted and the unscripted, the random and the orchestrated, the aware and the unaware. It is the relationship between performer and witness. 486 altre parole


Day 43, No. 43. The little guy from ‘The Scream’

HAIRCUT 100: Day 43, No. 43. The little guy from ‘The Scream’ by Norwegian painter and printmaker Edvard Munch (1863–1944), a series of four paintings, pastels and one lithograph produced between 1893 and 1910 under the German title of ‘Der Schrei der Natur’ (‘The Scream of Nature’). 173 altre parole

Stephen Carver

Marxism and Sartre's Existentialism

This was my IB philosophy coursework essay which I would have been writing a year and a half ago. In the essay I argued that Sartre’s philosophical and political views of Existentialism and Marxism can be reconciled despite being radically individualist and radically collectivist respectively. 62 altre parole


Free will, fate and determinism.

So far, I believe in the idea and concept of determinism. (Although a part of me do desire “free will”.)

Sartre said that “…man is condemned to be free” while Galen Strawson believes that “absolutely everything that happens is causally determined to happen exactly as it does by what has already gone before – right back to the beginning of the universe…”. 1.279 altre parole

Christian Skirke on Sorin Baiasu's "Kant and Sartre: Re-Discovering Critical Ethics"

SORIN BAIASU | Kant and Sartre: Re-Discovering Critical Ethics | Palgrave Macmillan 2011

By Christian Skirke 

Many commentators believe that Sartre is an opponent of Kantian moral philosophy, and numerous passages from Sartre’s œuvre seem to support their view. 6.880 altre parole

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