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Jean-Paul Sartre

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L'abécédaire de Jean-Paul Sartre

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Entretien avec Jean-Paul Sartre », La Cérémonie des adieux, Gallimard, 1981). Compagnon de route : « Pour ma part, j'étais devenu socialiste convaincu, mais anti-hiérarchique — et libertaire —, c'est-à-dire pour la démocratie directe. Je savais bien ...

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Egypt carpet-making village is an unusual tourist attraction

Middle East Online
Haraniya, a village in Egypt's Giza province, was a favourite travel spot of Queen Sonja of Norway, French philosopher, playwright and novelist Jean Paul Sartre and many others. They had good reason to admire Haraniya. With about 6,000 people, it is a ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

Localizing Nier: Automata, one of PC's weirdest games

PC Gamer
It's an action game—with skill unlocks and set pieces and scarcely a moment spent not in the heat of combat—but it's also more than that. It's a videogame where you'll meet a friendly robot named after existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, and ...

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How Alberto Giacometti's fragile world view still resonates

The Independent
Back in 1948, the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre wrote an essay entitled The Search for the Absolute, which revealed that the process of making art was so psychologically painful for Giacometti that he would take years to produce anything that didn't ...

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