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Being and nothingness : an essay in phenomenological ontology

Author: Jean-Paul Sartre; Hazel Estella Barnes
Publisher: New York : Washington Square Press, 1992, ©1966.
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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  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Paul Sartre; Hazel Estella Barnes
ISBN: 0671867806 9780671867805
OCLC Number: 28601907
Description: lii, 811 pages ; 18 cm
Other Titles: Etre et le néant.
Responsibility: translated and with an introduction by Hazel E. Barnes.

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"There can be no doubt that this is a philosophy to be reckoned with, both for its own intrinsic power and as a profound symptom of our time."

 
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