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  • Of course -- and in keeping with Sartre's perfect analysis of existence Nénette has me re-reading Being & Nothingness -- there were days when they claimed ownership, and of course, there were days when I saw achingly gorgeous women, poignant children, senior citizens, et, al, in my uhm, little window on the world -- or at least the J train.

    Michael Vazquez: On Nénette

  • During one interview, the director of the orangutan habitat meditates at length on Nénette's virtuosity in being "drained by the curiosity of others"; assessing that she lives in a state of being which is "in the moment fully" - a trifecta synthesis of Sartre's being-for-itself and being-in-itself and being-for-others?

    Michael Vazquez: On Nénette

  • It was also the anniversary, in l964, of French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre's announcement that he was turning down the Nobel Prize.

    Danny Schechter: Inside the Secret War Between Wikileaks and the Pentagon

  • Of course -- and in keeping with Sartre's perfect analysis of existence Nénette has me re-reading Being & Nothingness -- there were days when they claimed ownership, and of course, there were days when I saw achingly gorgeous women, poignant children, senior citizens, et, al, in my uhm, little window on the world -- or at least the J train.

    Michael Vazquez: On Nénette

  • I also think of Jean-Paul Sartre's devilishly claustrophobic play "No Exit," in which a group of people find themselves confined together in a room they'll never leave.

    In the Shadowy Recesses of 'Noir'

  • Sajjad is one of those individuals "of no common importance" (in Sartre's words, citing Céline) whose destiny, we know, is often, lamentably, to be crushed by the great wheel of History.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: After Sakineh, Her Son

  • Sajjad is one of those individuals "of no common importance" (in Sartre's words, citing Céline) whose destiny, we know, is often, lamentably, to be crushed by the great wheel of History.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: After Sakineh, Her Son

  • Camus' novel La peste The Plague is perhaps the best example of this, but there is also Sartre's La nausée.

    Bishop Pierre Whalon: Why I Am Not An Atheist

  • Sajjad is one of those individuals "of no common importance" (in Sartre's words, citing Céline) whose destiny, we know, is often, lamentably, to be crushed by the great wheel of History.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: After Sakineh, Her Son

  • During one interview, the director of the orangutan habitat meditates at length on Nénette's virtuosity in being "drained by the curiosity of others"; assessing that she lives in a state of being which is "in the moment fully" - a trifecta synthesis of Sartre's being-for-itself and being-in-itself and being-for-others?

    Michael Vazquez: On Nénette

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