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Being and nothingness : an essay on phenomenological ontology /

by Sartre, Jean-Paul,
, Être et le néant. Authors: Warnock, Mary,%writer of introduction | Barnes, Hazel Estella,%translator | Eyre, Richard,%writer of preface Series: Routledge classics Published by : Routledge, (London :) Physical details: xxi, 659 p. ; 22 cm. ISBN: 0415278481 Subject(s): Existentialism | Philosophy, French %20th century Year: 2003
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This translation originally published: London: Methuen, 1958

Translated from the French

Includes index

Introduction: The pursuit of being -- pt. I: The problem of nothingness. The origin of negation ; Bad faith -- pt. II: Being-for-itself. Immediate structures of the for-itself ; Temporality ; Transcendence -- pt. III: Being-for-others. The existence of others ; The body ; Concrete relations with others -- pt. IV: Having, doing, being. Being and doing: Freedom ; Doing and having -- Conclusion -- Key to special terminology

Translated from the French

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