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Como en el prologo de Los condenados de la tierra de Fanon, Sartre vuelve aqui a la justificacion de la violencia de los movimientos de liberacion, pero esta vez revela justamente sus raices eticas.
El texto de Lapierre se propone probar que la concepcion de la imaginacion y la imagen desarrolladas por Sartre en La imaginacion y sobre todo en la Conclusion de Lo imaginario aporta una primera vision trascendental de la nocion de la nada y sirve como modelo para la caracterizacion del para-si como deseo o falta interna primordial en El ser y la nada.
Sartre argues that the retention of the pure Ego runs up against the fundamental requisite of phenomenology ('back to things themselves,' or back to the phenomena at the expense of the noumena), for consciousness's direct access is here mediated by representational machinery.
La estrategia de Sartre consiste en probar que la falta surge en el mundo solo por obra y gracia del existente humano, en tanto el es esencialmente falta.
They were laden with rhetorical tropes and imagery culled from the various arts, and were premised on a particular understanding of the relations between beings and Being that continued to evolve as Sartre wrote and thought in various genres.
Como mostrare en este trabajo, ninguna de las dos opciones que Sartre enuncia en El ser y la nada para evadir la responsabilidad de la guerra son en cuanto tales, estimables para el propio autor.
Bakewell is a gifted writer and a serious thinker, whose previous book is How to Live: Or a Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer (2010), She is able to explain engagingly the ideas of Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and Martin Heidegger while relating them to the lives from which they sprang.
This marks Sartre, willing to move and shift stance along with events.
Jean-Paul Sartre may be considered the prophet of French postmodernism, and Being and Nothingness may be viewed as the bible, or at least the Old Testament, of French postmodernism (the four gospels being written by Foucault, Deleuze, Derrida, and Lyotard).
Against the backdrop of growing disquiet among concerned citizens over US military intervention in Indochina, the Russell Tribunal on Vietnam was convened by the British philosopher, mathematician, and public activist Bertrand Russell in 1966 and organised and chaired by the French philosopher, author, and activist Jean-Paul Sartre across three sessions held between 1966 and 1967.
A devout Catholic, German by birth, Thomist by training and inclination, and shockingly apolitical (at least by Sartrean standards), Pieper would seem to have little in common with Sartre.
Eduardo Subirats has noted that a seminal difference between Sartre and Zambrano is found in their approach to nothingness: