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Jean-Paul Sartre

The Russian Teatr Interviews of 1956 and 1962

Dennis A. Gilbert and Diana L. Burgin

sophisticated among them prefer either comedies in the style of Pirandello (there's no truth in the world, life is a dream, and love—a deception), 8 or openly pessimistic plays (man is evil by nature, nothing will change him). Our most famous dramatist, Jean

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Accounting for Imaginary Presence

Husserl and Sartre on the Hyle of Pure Imagination

Di Huang

principle of identity. 66 Moreover, this deceptiveness is a kind of self-deception, because the imaginary attitude is spontaneously sustained by consciousness itself. As he says about the apparent richness of hypnagogic images: ‘one only supposes that the

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Hiroaki Seki

déceptions dans le domaine personnel ou interpersonnel, entraînant des remises en question de sa propre évolution, des prises de conscience amères débouchant sur des autocritiques virulentes. Peu avant de reprendre la tragédie d’Euripide, Sartre revisite ses

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The Art of Revolutionary Praxis

Ghosting a History without Shadows

Duane H. Davis

suffers from the implicit deception that one is saying the same thing as when one is saying what is said otherwise. 31 Thus, with the metaphor of translation here in this passage, Merleau-Ponty calls to our attention to a vexing problem in relating the