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|Language Note:||Translated from the French.|
|Notes:||This translation originally published: London: Methuen, 1958.
Translated from the French.
|Description:||xxi, 659 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: The pursuit of being --
Pt. I: The problem of nothingness. The origin of negation ; Bad faith --
Pt. II: Being-for-itself. Immediate structures of the for-itself ; Temporality ; Transcendence --
Pt. III: Being-for-others. The existence of others ; The body ; Concrete relations with others --
Pt. IV: Having, doing, being. Being and doing: Freedom ; Doing and having --
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|Other Titles:||Être et le néant.|
|Responsibility:||Jean-Paul Sartre ; translated by Hazel E. Barnes ; introduction by Mary Warnock ; with a new preface by Richard Eyre.|
'A fascinating and intriguing work providing a full-blown metaphysic backed by, and at the same time providing the basis for, a complete theory of man' - Times Literary Supplement