Jean-Paul Sartre

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French writer and existentialist philosopher (1905-1980)


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Last year, he took to reading Albert Camus, Franz Kafka and Jean-Paul Sartre.
No Exit One-act philosophical drama by Jean-Paul SARTRE, performed in 1944 and published in 1945.
Victor Hugo, Jean-Paul Sartre, and the liability of liberty.
From there, it's an easy jump to ``philosophical counseling'' as an alternative, practiced by those steeped in the wisdom of Plato and Aristotle, Sun Tzu, William James, Bertrand Russell, Ayn Rand and Jean-Paul Sartre.
In "Question de methode," an essay in which he endeavors to assess the relationship of existentialism to Marxism - and which serves as preamble to his sprawling and only sporadically brilliant Critique de la raison dialectique - Jean-Paul Sartre writes: "Valery is a petit bourgeois intellectual, no doubt about it.
The novel and the author were championed by many contemporary writers, including Jean-Paul Sartre and Jean Cocteau, who helped engineer a pardon for Genet.
The essays take up important issues posed by both defenders and critics of scientific materialism, and specifically address the writings of such figures as Georg Lukacs, Leszek Lolakowski, Sebastiano Timpanaro, Jean-Paul Sartre and Lucio Colletti.
It is hard to recapture the existentialist aura that surrounded Bacon's imagery in postwar Europe: the comparisons with Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, the references to the Blitz and the horrors of Auschwitz; the grandiose overreadings and philosophical generalizations that his work almost inevitably attracted in the '50s and early '60s.
Tres aproximaciones a la literatura de nuestro tiempo (1968; "Three Approximations to the Literature of Our Times") includes critical literary essays that deal specifically with the works of Alain Robbe-Grillet, Jorge Luis Borges, and Jean-Paul Sartre.
One can learn what Flannery O'Connor thought of Capote, and what Capote thought of William Holden and of Dan Schorr, the number of similes and metaphors in the discarded, late novel Summer Crossing, that Capote died a couple of times before his death and in which work Jean-Paul Sartre has a fictional walk-on.
He was everything the 1950s wanted him to be: Davy Crockett, Holden Caulfield, Jean-Paul Sartre, Gen.
Klein's notoriously and aggressively voiced contempt for Jean-Paul Sartre, and for a political critique from the left, suggest his attitude to them.
It had a great impact on later playwrights, particularly such practitioners of the Theater of the Absurd as Samuel Beckett, Eugene Ionesco, and Jean Genet, as well as Jean Anouilh and Jean-Paul Sartre.
They are his 1939 visit to Kabylia to report on the conditions of local Berber tribes, signing a petition to commute the death sentence of collaborationist Robert Brasillach in 1945, his quarrel with his friend Jean-Paul Sartre over the nature of communism, and his silence after 1956 about the war of liberation in Algeria.
Johnston never considers the advantages fatherlessness may bestow on the child--the case of Jean-Paul Sartre, for example, and of Frank Lloyd Wright.