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Jean-Paul Sartre

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The Wealth of Ideas
New York Times
Before it became a political philosophy, liberalism was not that difficult to define: A person was liberal if generous, catholic in taste or even excessively rotund. Liberal people may not have been universally admired, but few took to castigating them ...

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A Literary Tour of Paris
Huffington Post
During the Occupation, two of the café's most loyal customers -- Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre -- would install themselves from 9 am until 12 am day in day out, where they would sit and work, and discuss existentialism. "This could seem ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

Riley Column: Things crumble, but we're still standing
Asbury Park Press
"Life can do that to you," I said, thinking about why existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre named his 1938 existential novel about the horrors of life "Nausea." Indeed, in a fallen world, biology and life often go south in a hurry. The ways things go wrong ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

Notes on a Budding Public Intellectual: An Excerpt From Daniel Schreiber's ...
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Stein's room was like a catalog of camp taste: kitschy lamps hung from gilded plaster walls, and a photo of Jean-Paul Sartre stood in a place of honor next to one of a gay street walker. Sontag's essay exploits this random juxtaposition of kitschy ...

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