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Jean-Paul Sartre

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First Food, Then Morality

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One of Feigel's most illuminating discussions is on existentialism and Jean-Paul Sartre. Feigel isn't sympathetic to the French philosopher, describing his ideas in this postwar context as “impossibly idealistic,” but she acknowledges the far-reaching ...

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Meet the Western Charlatans Justifying Jihad

Gatestone Institute
Onfray is the most widely read French philosopher in the world and has dethroned Michel Serres, Michel Foucault and Jean-Paul Sartre. This philosopher, drunk with the Enlightenment, has written 80 books, translated into nearly 30 languages. He is not a ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

Scribblers' sanctuary

The Economist (blog)
The magazine co-existed with the Paris Review as a leading English-language literary review, publishing Jean-Paul Sartre and establishing Samuel Beckett as a writer to watch. Whitman himself also started a literary review called the Paris Magazine in ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

No exit: unconventional monetary policies

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In the classic 1944 stage play by Jean-Paul Sartre, Huis Clos, which is usually rendered as No Exit in English, three characters who have died and have been condemned to damnation in the afterlife are locked in a closed room for all of eternity. There ...

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