Jean-Paul Sartre’s Being and Nothingness [FREE PDF]

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TABLE OF CONTENT

Sartre: Life and Works ........................................................................................................ 5
Program of Events............................................................................................................. 11
Two Main Influences on Sartre ......................................................................................... 11
Husserl: Life and Works.................................................................................................... 13
The Idea of Phenomenology.............................................................................................. 14
Kant ................................................................................................................................... 18
Review............................................................................................................................... 25
The Two Stages of Husserl’s Philosophy .......................................................................... 26
The Idea of Phenomenology (Again) ................................................................................ 27
The Phenomenological Reduction..................................................................................... 31
The Eidetic Reduction....................................................................................................... 39
The Theory of Intentionality ............................................................................................. 46
Sartre ................................................................................................................................. 56
Sartre’s Reaction to Husserl.............................................................................................. 63
Sartre’s Metaphysics ......................................................................................................... 72
Characteristics of Being-In-Itself ...................................................................................... 73
Being-For-Itself ................................................................................................................. 80
Positional & Non-positional Consciousness, Reflective & Non-Reflective
Consciousness.................................................................................................................... 87
The Self-Love Theory ....................................................................................................... 93
The Constitution of the Ego .............................................................................................. 96
The Magical..................................................................................................................... 104
The Problem of Other Minds........................................................................................... 114
The Origin of Negation.................................................................................................... 115
Hegel and Heidegger ....................................................................................................... 123
The Origin of Nothingness............................................................................................... 125
The Gambler.................................................................................................................... 128

Vertigo............................................................................................................................. 130
Bad Faith (Self-Deception).............................................................................................. 133
The Waiter....................................................................................................................... 138
Belief ............................................................................................................................... 141
The Emotions................................................................................................................... 149
The Intellectual Theories................................................................................................. 158
Sartre’s Own Theory ....................................................................................................... 160
The Magical World.......................................................................................................... 163
False Emotions and the Physiology of The Emotions ..................................................... 165
Part II: Being-For-Itself................................................................................................... 166
Presence to Self ............................................................................................................... 171
Facticity........................................................................................................................... 172
Lack................................................................................................................................. 175
Value................................................................................................................................ 177
Possibility ........................................................................................................................ 181
Time................................................................................................................................. 183
Pure and Impure Reflection ............................................................................................ 191
The Existence of Others .................................................................................................. 197
Husserl............................................................................................................................. 206
Hegel................................................................................................................................ 208
Heidegger......................................................................................................................... 209
Summary.......................................................................................................................... 210
The Look ......................................................................................................................... 211
Concrete Relations with Others....................................................................................... 220
Examples of the First Approach...................................................................................... 223
Examples of the Second Approach ................................................................................. 224
Existential Psychoanalysis............................................................................................... 225
Conclusion....................................................................................................................... 234
Ethical Implications......................................................................................................... 238

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