Adventure Time's Islands Miniseries Is a Dark Meditation on Technology and the Human Spirit
In fact, the self-definition that occurs within the VR world is what Jean-Paul Sartre would call the epitome of bad faith, a shrinking from the world rather than an embedding of oneself within it. And in each case Islands presents, technology is the ...
Today: The Travel Ban Pushback at LAX, SFO, DFW, JFK, BOS … and Worldwide
Los Angeles Times
WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE READING. -- “It alienates Muslims who are patriotic citizens”: Gold Star father Khizr Khan on the refugee ban. -- Jean-Paul Sartre versus Albert Camus: How the two friends wound up in the philosophical split of the 20th century.
For the Love of the Books
I suppose he felt two adolescent girls growing up in a provincial city in the northeast of Iran weren't ready yet to read modernist Persian texts and translations of the works of Ernest Hemingway, Graham Greene, and Jean-Paul Sartre. cover A lot of ...
A Citizen's Wish: Decency, Self-restraint, Realism in Public Life
Recall President De Gaulle's memorable words during 1968 Paris strike when Jean Paul Sartre was arrested: “You don't arrest Voltaire!” To invoke such anachronism can only invite derision and detract from fair play, dissent, openness and transparency ...