Born in paris in 1905, jean-paul sartre, the french author and philosopher, was the pioneer of existentialism and one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century sartre's musing on critical theory and literature were of world-wide significance, and the impact of his thinking was. Jean-paul charles aymard sartre (21 june 1905 - 15 april 1980) was a french existentialist philosopher, novelist, playwright, screenwriter, and critic he won the nobel prize in literature for 1964, but refused it, saying a writer should not allow himself to be turned into an institution [1. Huis clos (no exit) by jean-paul sartre: analysis of the dramaturgy and philosophy of the play.
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French philosopher jean-paul sartre (1905-1980), the best known european public intellectual of the twentieth century, developed a highly original political philosophy, influenced in part by the work of hegel and marx although he wrote little on ethics or politics prior to world war ii, political. Philosopher, novelist, playwright, and polemicist, jean-paul sartre is thought to have been the central figure in post-war european culture and political thinking he is the author of the age of reason , the words , and the play no exit among other works. One of the most famous french thinkers of the 20th century, jean-paul sartre was a writer and political activist as much as he was a philosopher writing essays, novels, plays, and biographies in addition to his nonfiction works, sartre demonstrated his existential philosophy through his own. Martin heidegger, simone de beauvoir, jean-paul sartre (2016) the philosophical library existentialism collection: essays in metaphysics, the ethics of ambiguity, and the philosophy of existentialism, p167, open road media. Get this from a library the philosophy of jean-paul sartre [jean-paul sartre robert denoon cumming] -- translations of extracts from the author's works.
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Jean-paul sartre was born in 1905 in paris after a childhood marked by the untimely death of his father, the important role played by his grandfather, and a miserable experience of primary school (he will relate it in words), sartre attended secondary school at the prestigious lycée henri iv. It's a warm early autumn evening in paris and i'm standing across the street from jean-paul sartre's old apartment at 42 rue bonaparte in st-germain-des-pres.
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