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9780671867805

Being And Nothingness

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    9780671867805

  • ISBN10:

    0671867806

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1993-08-01
  • Publisher: Washington Square Press
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Summary

The often criticized philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre encompasses the dilemmas and aspirations of the individual in contemporary society. This work of power and epic scope provides a vivid analysis for all who would understand one of the most influential philosophic movements of this or any age.

Author Biography

Jean-Paul Sartre was born in Paris in 1905 and died in 1980. A philosopher, author, and social critic, he was a key figure among the French intellectuals who resisted the Nazi occupation during World War II. His many plays and novels also express existential themes

Table of Contents

Translator's Preface vii
Translator's Introduction ix
Introduction The Pursuit of Being
The Phenomenon
3(4)
The Phenomenon of Being and the Being of the Phenomenon
7(2)
The Pre-Reflective Cogito and the Being of the Percipere
9(8)
The Being of the Percipi
17(4)
The Ontological Proof
21(3)
Being-In-Itself
24(9)
PART ONE The Problem of Nothingness
The Origin of Negation
33(53)
The Question
33(3)
Negations
36(8)
The Dialectical Concept of Nothingness
44(5)
The Phenomenological Concept of Nothingness
49(7)
The Origin of Nothingness
56(30)
Bad Faith
86(33)
Bad Faith and Falsehood
86(10)
Patterns of Bad Faith
96(16)
The ``Faith'' of Bad Faith
112(7)
PART TWO Being-for-Itself
Immediate Structures of the For-Itself
119(40)
Presence to Self
119(8)
The Facticity of the For-Itself
127(6)
The For-Itself and the Being of Value
133(14)
The For-Itself and the Being of Possibilities
147(8)
The Self and the Circuit of Selfness
155(4)
Temporality
159(79)
Phenomenology of the Three Temporal Dimensions
159(28)
The Ontology of Temporality
187(24)
Original Temporality and Psychic Temporality: Reflection
211(27)
Transcendence
238(63)
Knowledge as a Type of Relation Between the For-Itself and the In-Itself
240(9)
Determination as Negation
249(8)
Quality and Quantity, Potentiality, Instrumentality
257(22)
The Time of the World
279(15)
Knowledge
294(7)
PART THREE Being-for-Others
The Existence of Others
301(100)
The Problem
301(2)
The Reef of Solipsism
303(12)
Husserl, Hegel, Heidegger
315(25)
The Look
340(61)
The Body
401(70)
The Body as Being-For-Itself: Facticity
404(41)
The Body-For-Others
445(15)
The Third Ontological Dimension of the Body
460(11)
Concrete Relations With Others
471(88)
First Attitude Toward Others: Love, Language, Masochism
474(20)
Second Attitude Toward Others: Indifference, Desire, Hate, Sadism
494(40)
``Being-With'' (Mitsein) and the ``We''
534(25)
PART FOUR Having, Doing, and Being
Being and Doing: Freedom
559(153)
Freedom: The First Condition of Action
559(60)
Freedom and Facticity: The Situation
619(88)
Freedom and Responsibility
707(5)
Doing and Having
712(87)
Existential Psychoanalysis
712(22)
``Doing'' and ``Having'': Possession
734(31)
Quality as a Revelation of Being
765(20)
CONCLUSION
In-Itself and For-Itself: Metaphysical Implications
785(10)
Ethical Implications
795(4)
Key to Special Terminology 799(10)
Index 809

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