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But, you cannot wash your clothes or climb a mountain with this maxim. Sartre seems to have seized upon a common yet admittedly powerful experience – that peculiar sensation of sudden strangeness which can impose itself on otherwise familiar objects and concepts, accompanied by the simple striking fact of existence without explanation – and imbued this experiential phenomenon itself with a special profundity, from which he has extrapolated an entire philosophy.
I compare this kind of thinking to the practitioner of transcendental meditation, or the avid taker of psychedelics, who has experienced a profound oneness with everything, and is therefore convinced that all things in the universe must in fact share a single consciousness. All of Roquentin’s experiences are related to these themes from Sartre’s philosophy. Probably nobody should read this book. I have just seen a sparkle on the reticent surface of earth and it is enough for me to get a spade and dig further to get to its developed roots.
On the other hand, analytical philosophers and logical positivists were “outraged by Existentialism’s willingness to abandon rational categories and rely on nonmental processes of consciousness.
Maybe some modification of this quotation should be made for Christian Existentialist such as Kierkegaard and Paul Tillich. His seemingly special circumstances returning from travel, reclusivenesswhich goes beyond the mere indication of his very real depression, are supposed to induce in him and in the reader a state that makes one more receptive to noticing an existential situation that everyone has, but may not be sensitive enough to let become noticeable.
His problems are not merely a zartre of personal insanity, without larger significance. Sartre has written,  “What is meant View all 6 comments.
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A seminal work that I will come to appreciate even more over the space of time. In it he recast his prewar works, such as Nausea into politically committed works appropriate to the postwar era.
Moreover, Sartre gets me. Michel Contat has examined  the original typescript and feels that, “if ever Melancholia is published as its author had originally intended it, the novel will no doubt emerge as a work which is more composite, more baroque and perhaps more original than the version actually published. You’d need to check that jeam. I read in a few articles that Sartre, although credited for his huge contribution to Existentialism, was not credited much for his narrative skills.
View all 10 comments. Sono eekel una selva di dubbi e incertezze. I mean, when has an existentialist exposition ever been made so readable? There was one solid scene, and the rest was a drag.
I can no longer feel the slipping, the rustling of time. The moment I uttered the syllable, it empowered me; it centralized control into my being and elevated me right to a pedestal from where I could do as I uean do. The starting-point is subjective because humans make themselves what they are. It is a question here of nothing but the spiritual results of solitude.
Nausea seems to me an apologue on existence. Even though he at times admits to trying to find some sort of solace in the presence of others, he also exhibits signs of boredom and lack of interest when interacting with people. Hope you weren’t too depressed by it!? In truth this novel doesn’t take us past the first negative stage really and I was told at college that he was probably developing his ideas literally as he was writing this novel.
I have it, the filth, the Nausea.
Sartre’s own ideas were and are better known through his fictional works such as Nausea and No Exit than through his more purely philosophical ones such as Being pauo Nothingness and Critique of Dialectical Reason Barrett adds  that, “like Adler ‘s, Sartre’s is fundamentally a masculine psychology; it misunderstands and disparages the psychology of woman.
Say what you will of his ideas, the man had stylish prose. Jean-Paul Sartre who throughout the novel paints a portrait of a great bourgeois city of social caricature, and has gifts as swrtre novelist that are too precise and too cruel not to result in great denunciations, not to completely open up into reality, a reality I would rather not see.