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tion to Sartre's argument; nothing is made easy or clear. One should perhaps be
grateful that Sartre stops after six hundred and twenty-five pages. The
indefatigable act of literary and philosophical disembowelment which he
practices on ...
According to Sartre's phenomenology of action, to act is to change the world. Man
, haunted by the world, acts. He acts in order to modify the world in view of an end
, an ideal. An act is therefore intentional, not accidental, and an accident is not ...
Absurd as it sounds, Sartre is correct. But it is also true that all of Sartre's writings
as well are versions, editions, commentaries, satires on Hegel's great book. This
is the bizarre point of connection between Sartre and Genet; two more different ...
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AGAINST INTERPRETATION: And Other EssaysUser Review - Kirkus
If one were to judge these essays in terms of price, their value would be very high. At her best (and worst) Miss Sontag offers three pennies worth of thought in any one sentence. "The function of ... Read full review