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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Sartre FQ and a thought

FQ: What is the name given to Sartre's philosophy?
DQ: What would Sartre think of the current mental health of many Americans?





LH 200 Existentialism



6 comments:

  1. posting here because my author still has yet to post

    our class was cut a little short last time because dr. Oliver had some business to take care of outside of class. my group still stayed until the normal time period and we discussed several different points of view on Karl Marx.

    I did find our reading about Satre very intriguing.

    FQ: Satre is often know as the father of what? (existentialist philosophy)
    DQ: Do you agree with this statement by Satre and what do you thin it means? Being-in-itself and being-for-itself have mutually exclusive characteristics and yet we (human reality) are entities that combine both, which is the ontological root of our ambiguity.
    Link: great biography on Satre.http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/sartre/

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  2. FQ) What do you think Sartre’s reason for not advising students was?
    DQ) The way Fussell talks about class is that anyway related to America?
    Link)http://www.marcuse.org/herbert/pubs/40spubs/48hmsartre.pdf

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  3. Brianna Carroll9:55 AM CDT

    FQ: Sartre described existentialism as the idea that for human beings existence precedes what? (PB 224)
    DQ: Do you consider yourself an existentialist in Sartre's terms?

    More about Sartre's existentialism:
    http://philosophynow.org/issues/15/A_students_guide_to_Jean-Paul_Sartres_Existentialism_and_Humanism

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  4. (FQ) What was the central theme of Sarte's book called Being and Nothingness? Freedom
    (DQ) Why do you think youngsters were drawn towards existentialism?
    (FQ) What did Simone de Beauvoir mean by women are not born women; they become women? Women tend to accept men's view of what a woman is.

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  5. FQ: who would often join Sartre?
    DQ: When Sartre wrote "Existentialism is a humanism" he described human life as?

    http://www.iep.utm.edu/sartre-ex/

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  6. I couldn't dina my groups post either. Personally, I think all people are technically 'free', by our own mindset. We have the technical freedom to pick and choose to do anything. However, I believe in a sovereign God who knows everything. So from God's point of view, we all have our futures planned ahead before us.

    FQ: What does "Les Deux Magots" mean? (The Two Wise Men)
    DQ: Are human beings necessarily 'free', or do we have have a so-called 'destiny' to fulfill?
    Link: http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/1964/sartre-bio.html

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