Existentialism Of Jean Paul Sartre

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Existentialism has spread out to numerous people across the world; it has been embraced by artist and writers as much as it has to philosophers. Jean-Paul Sartre is a well know philosopher who wrote novels, drama, and philosophical works. Sartre is a well-known existentialist philosopher. Jean Paul Sartre was born in Paris in the year 1905 and died in the year 1980; from 1924 to 1929 Jean Paul Sartre studied at Ècole Normale Supèrieure and then became a Professor of Philosophy at Le Havre in 1931. In 1932, Sartre went to study at Berlin the philosophies of Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger. Editor Christian Onof stated “Sartre early works are characterized by a movement of classic phenomenology, but his image derives from Edmund Husserl on methodology, the conception of the self and a level of interest in ethics. The points on divergence are the key points of Sartre’s existential phenomenology whose purpose was to understand human existence rather than the world as a whole” (Onof). Jean-Paul Sartre philosophical career concentrates on the construction of a philosophy of existence k...
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