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T want to either row up or become a father which enerally entails rowing up anyway It is also about this Ethical Responsiveness and the Politics of Difference guy name Daniel who realises that he is a homosexual but still wants to marry a woman whom he is in love with because she wants to have children strange attitude for a homosexual to take I thought that would be what we would consider bi sexual but then again this is 1945 so the intricacies of the modern sexual system sort of did not exist back then The story explores the concept of freedom but also the concept of coming of age This is not one of those rite to manhood type stories because with Sartre the coming of age or in his words the age of reason is when one reaches that stage in life if they ever reach that stage in life when they realise that it is time for them to take charge of their life and to take responsibility for their actions Sometimes an event occurs such as in Matthieu s case with himetting his The scarecrow girlfriend pregnant which forces one to accept the responsibility and as some suggestrow up Other times it simply never happens and the person simply ends up drifting around the world living in some sort of dream never actually defining themselves and never having a purpose or a point This is the idea of existentialism and remember that Sartre is considered the father of secular existentialism in that it is the definition of who we are It has two effects in that in one case existentialism is us making a concerted effort to define ourselves such as me being the straight Elizabeth Cady Stanton guy that pretends he knows nothing about brothels and sits in the Crown Casino reading a book and the outward effects of that definition in that people see who you are and respond to this However the catch is that while we may define ourselves in many cases we are the only people who understand and respond to that definition because everybody else perceives reality differently and in perceiving reality differently we respond to reality differently Each of us has our own perception of ourselves and everybody around us has their own perception of who we are This does have a potential to backfire though because the idea of defining oneself can apply only to that which can be perceived and there are times when we try to create a perception that does not work For instance the person who takes out a massive loan for an impressive car and spends money on things that they cannot afford can find that when the money runs out or the creditors come knocking on their door they discover that the friends that they thought they had are no longer around In essence they have not defined themselves as a member of the high life but rather defined themselves as a fraud So too with the person that talks themselves up There is a limit to parading yourself around in front of people because itets to a point where when somebody does that too much and the stories become ever unbelievable they are not at all impressive but rather like a septic tank For instance the phrase I can do that if I really wanted to but I am too much of an ethical person to do that says absolutely nothing about who you are other than somebody who is basically full of shit If you do not want to do that because you are too ethical you do not need to tell people that you do not want to do that but rather let your ethical nature come out based upon your actions and not upon the statements you make about what you do not want to do Now there is another essence to this book and that is the essence of freedom The uestion that comes about is what is freedom Can one be free yet live in a totalitarian dictatorship My answer to that uestion would be yes While the totalitarian dictatorship may attempt to stifle your thoughts and actions it is the knowledge that no matter what they do they cannot really control your thoughts and they cannot take away your joy In a high school essay I used the opening line freedom is a state of mind freedom is a lie The first statement is true because we may live in a country that considers itself free but we may put ourselves in chains through the belief that we must behave in a certain way and in behaving in that certain way we are chaining ourselves to society s traditions While there are restrictions on what we can do such as killing somebody in many cases we will restrain ourselves for fear of bringing the wrath of the state upon us The same oes with a totalitarian dictatorship were we will self censure ourselves for fear that if we do not we may bring the wrath of the state upon us However the uestion of freedom is always a uestion of our mindset knowing that nobody can truly control what we think and how we think and that if we act in a certain way it is because we want to define ourselves as such as opposed to only acting in that way out of fear As such the statement about freedom being a lie is a statement made by an immature person me who was restricted in what he could do because he did not truly understand the nature of freedom Economic slavery is a term that probably does not relate to this but it is defining our freedom based upon the amount of money that we have We believe in a way that the money that we have and the finance industry loves to float those ideas the we believe that we are able to do and in doing so the joy we believe that we have However as I have said freedom is not defined by how much money we have because if we believe that freedom only comes through wealth then we are in fact enslaving ourselves to wealth because we believe that we can only have freedom if we have wealth Sartre also explores the idea that marriage and the family is a form of slavery and this is something that Matthieu feared I can relate to that especially with what happened when I was walking to church last night As I approached the church I saw this young lady and a rather intelligent one at that because we have talked about post modernism and not in a post modernism is evil and bad sort of way carrying a baby Now this young lady is single so what that tells me about this lady is that she wants to et married and have a family which immediately puts her off the list of a potential wife if I ever chose to The Doll and Her Friends (1893) get married which I don t My thinking here reflects that of Matthieu in that I see marriage and a family as being a form of slavery and in essence a form of economic slavery since raising a single child let alone a whole family is incredibly expensive especially if you want them too to a Septiņi good school However my view of this that isetting married and having children is that it is also a form of ordinariness which in a way repugnates me I have walked into churches where I see these happy couples with their little baby in a way showing it off to everybody and I am repugnated by it Previously it was because of jealousy that I was repugnated but now with my new church in my new city I am a lot circumspect To me I may not feel joy for them because I Nightbane World Book One generally do not base my happiness upon other people s joy but rather upon my own state of mind and the freedom that Iive myself through having control over my mind and over my thoughts but I understand that is their choice and that is to live the ordinary life There is nothing wrong with living an ordinary life however if there is one thing that I know about myself and that is that I am not interested in living an ordinary life which probably has something to do with having played Dungeons and Dragons for much of my adult life Here is a picture of a baby The Age of Reason L The All New Jonah Twist ge de raison is a 1945 novel by Jean Paul Sartre It is the first part of the trilogy The Roads to Freedom The novel set in the bohemian Paris of the late 1930s focuses on three days in the life of a philosophy teacher named Mathieu who is seeking money to pay for an abortion for his mistress Marcelle Sartre analyses the motives of various characters and their actions and takes into account the perceptions of others toive the reader a comprehensive picture of the main character The novel is concerned with Sartre s conception of freedom as the ultimate aim of human existence the existentialist notion of ultimate freedom through presenting a detailed account of the characters psychologies as they are forced to make significant decisions in their lives As the novel progresses character narratives espouse Sartre s view of what it means to be free and how one operates within the framework of society with this philosophy This is one of many rather brief synopses that I found on this novel When first encountering these I wondered why they were so nondescriptive I now know why It really is not about much than Mathieu parading around town meeting his friends looking for somebody to loan him the four thousand francs he needs for his mistress Marcelle s abortion However this is one of those books 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Age of Reason is all about existentialism Fiction and philosophy inextricably and entertainingly combined almost rendering it a page turner I had never previously come across the The Two of Swords guile and craft of Sartre the artist and only knew Sartre the philosopher whose authoritative philosophical monologues were curt and declarative sans the resplendence of an artistic canvas The vivacity and vividness with which Sartre paints each one of his characters amidst their existenti Over the course of two days in Paris during a hot summer in 1938 philosophy teacher Mathieu Delarue has a crisis on his hands he needs to raise funds for an abortion so his life can retain the total freedom that he so dearly clings to all the while there is a circulating tension with the threat of war looming The Age of Reason captures this period in time very well but the overall narrative left me coldExpertly written yes but drags along in places Matthieu himself was a deeply studied character and felt like a man stuck between a rock and a hard place in his attempts to straighten his life outAn influential work rather than an enjoyable one it s probably a masterpieceI have nothing against Satre he wasreat friends with Simone de Beauvoir one of my favourite writers but when it comes to the writings of existentialism I much prefer Camus An existentialist read at its finest This is an excellent novel about unpleasant people with some unforgettable scenes Here s one of the ones I liked most Daniel a strange character who has never managed to establish a normal connection with the world has been hovering on the edge of suicide for some time He s finally decided he s Sinfully Damaged (Master Mistress, going to do it But he can t just leave his three cats to starve to death so he puts them in a wicker basket and takes them down to the river to drown them The basket is too small and he can hear them fighting and complaining inside But of course it doesn t matter any When heets there he suddenly realises it s impossible He trudges back home with his heavy basket and opens it The cats emerge looking very much the worse for wear His favourite has a nasty scatch over her eye In the middle of all the commotion he s also managed to ABCs of Baseball get himself scatched and it hurts He feels utterly miserableIt s one of the most effective passages I know on the subject of why itenerally isn t a Ēna good idea to want to kill yourself I have led a toothless life a toothless life I have never bitten into anything I was waiting I was reserving myself for later on and I have just noticed that my teeth haveone Reading The Age of Reason felt like navigating the dark recesses of my subconscious and coming face to face with my innermost anxieties If that sounds awful that s because it kind of was I don t think I ve ever finished a book on such a low note I also don t think I ve ever finished a book feeling so understood I could talk about the plot but the plot doesn t matter it s the subtext that does this nagging regret of a life not lived a life that has amounted to nothing because of a protagonist who bases every life decision on excessive forethought a habit that steers him away from making any decision on a whimThis whole book is about our freedom to make the choices we want to make but never do about our deep need for change but secret desire to stay the same This constant battle between how things are and how we want them to be causes us to lead a life of limbo always in between things but never picking a side until we find ourselves at the age of reason that pivotal moment where making a radical decision could alter our lives forever But do we take that riskIt takes an incredible talent to be able to write a thought provoking novel with so many multi dimensional characters in so few pages It also helps that the plot itself is interesting and Sartre doesn t use words lightly Each word is chosen deliberately and each sentence packs a punch This is a book that was written modestly but with absolute confidence in the message it was putting across and it s a book I definitely won t be forgetting any time soon Soap opera with brains Yes I can agree with this Caring about other people while watching their little lives and dramas is so much fulfilling when they prove themselves to have complex despair behind their everyday actions It never ends really The constant proving to oneself that this life is worthwhile that the hopes of the past and the dreams of the future won t Taken By the Sheriff the Deputy Too! go to waste Mathieu keeps to his belief of freedom to be capable of anything no matter what constraints have been laid across his living by emotional bonds and societal dictations and past history In the end he achieves this freedom and finds that he no longer believes in it He has reached the age of reason when he sees that the ideas that once characterized him can no longer be applied to him unless he wishes to be a hypocrite In achieving his freedom he sacrificed for nothing a nothing that provides a clean a break from everything that had been forcing him into a situation that was no longer and for what He may have found a small satisfaction in not being free now that he had realized that he was waiting for a moment of a lifetime that would never come Everyone around him either spins out delusions of the future or chases desires that had died long ago joining him in his everlastingoal of not sinking into regret and despair A satisfyingly realistic portrayal of the tightrope walk that daily life really is I had this job one summer at a Dillard s department store I worked in the linens section Nobody shops for sheets in the summer I Kentucky Grandmothers guess because I spent a lot of time doing absolutely nothing My boyfriend used to write me letters and send me to work with them so that I would have something to read Well thatot old so one day when I was poking around the props you know how they set up the entire fancy pants mock bedrooms I found a copy of this book on a table So I parked myself on a stool out of the view of the non existent customers and started reading At the end of each day I put the book back on the little mock bedroom table I Štěky Broka Špindíry got fired before I finished the book but eventually picked up another copy and completed it A lot of people think Sartre is heavy but I found it to be a uite enjoyable summer read Take it to the beach This is basically a soap opera with brains and direction which is my favorite kind of book ever The character development is EXTRAORDINARY I recommend this book on that facet alone I didn t read this as an exemplification of Sartre s philosophy but rather as a study of the philosophy of the characters in the story None of these people are truly likable but they are all the human because of that Even the most agreeable people think disagreeable thoughts This is something most of us realize at least on some level but I don t think I ve ever seen it rendered so well in fiction I am pretty much still sitting here in awe at the complexity of Sartre s understanding of human motivation I could also relate to Mathieu sort of how I identified somewhat with Hamlet Yes he is a bit of a Hamlet actually he s Hamlet in the extreme It s unfortunate for him but fortunate for the sake of the storyIt is a little long though especially near the end The plot is also rather average but it serves its purpose I m pretty sure most people wouldn t have been able to make such a mundane plot so engaging I reallyive this a 45 but I rounded up The Essence of Freedom25 November 2013 This is probably one of the first Sartre books that I have read and while I am not tearing through the bookshops and libraries looking for of his work I must say that it was an interesting read I The Blackmailed Secretary guess there are a couple of reasons it took me so long toet to Sartre and one of them would be that since a lot of my friends were either Christians or basically didn t read then all I would hear is how evil and bad Sartre is and that by reading Sartre you are playing a very delicate If the Magic Fits (100 Dresses, game with the devil Hey I ve played Dungeons and Dragons Magic the Gathering and a bucket load of computerames through most of my adult life as well as being involved with other things so I probably ask myself what on Earth could reading a bit of Sartre do to me To answer that simply absolutely nothing Anyway this is what Sartre looks like and here s another picture of him He doesn t look all that scary to me Anyway this is one of those philosophy novels you know the type where philosophers write a novel that contains a lot of their philosophy and that the main characters in the book sprout his philosophy you know the way that Plato would do with Socrates even though Plato s philosophy and Socrates philosophy tended to be two different things This novel is set over two days during the lead up to World War II and is about how a Improve Your Communication Skills guy named Matthieu is trying toet 4000 francs because he has accidentally Decadent (Wicked Lovers got hisirlfriend pregnant and he doesn. 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Orkings in the minds of all the different characters their thought processes and psychological complexes Other interesting characters include Jaues Delarue a lawyer his brother who most notably offers him 10000 francs to marry the irl Daniel a suicidal and homosexual friend to Mathieu s who Marcelle has secretly been seeing My secrets from Mathieu are all I have His response to his lack of identity and still esteem is masochism trying to drown his cats which he loves male prostitutes which he secretly hopes will hurt him eventually agreeing to marry Marcelle whom he hates in her pregnancy some wonderfully worded descriptions of his deep feelings of despise by Sartre In one of my favorite scenes which is actually the final scene Daniel confesses that he is a homosexual to Mathieu to see the effect it would produce on a fellow like you and returns the five thousand francs from Marcelle pronouncing that he will marry Marcelle so that she may keep the child Understandably confused Mathieu finally deduces that Daniel is doing this to serve as a martyr He envies his position realizing that he has Scoring Points given up Marcelle for nothing that he is nothing that he can respect Mathieu watched Daniel disappear and thought I remain alone Alone but no freer than before He had said to himself last evening If only Marcelle did not exist but was deceived No one has interfered with my freedom my life has drained it dry The scent of Ivichn still hovered in the air He inhaled the scent and reviewed that day in tumult Much ado about nothing he thought For nothing this life had beeniven him for nothing he was nothing and yet he would not change he was as he was made Various tried and proved rules of conduct had already offered their services disillusioned epicureanism smiling tolerance resignation flat seriousness stoicism all the aids whereby a man may savor minute by minute like a connoisseur the failure of a life It is true it is really true I have attained the age of reason Boris Mathieu s disciple although he hates being referred to as such in Philosophy Preoccupation with his age feels old running out of time concerned that he has no future Lola his lover whom Mathieu forces to lend him the 5000 francs Ivich who Mathieu really loves is a young irl from a wealthy family convinced she has failed the final examinations She seems to have a preoccupation with denying herself touch food water and other such desires She claims to have being touched yet acts recklessly with her body Her definition of freedom seems to include denying any touch from Mathieu denying any discussion regarding any affinity for each other as if she is afraid this will lead to being owned Gomez off fighting in Spain which makes Mathieu uestion his decision not to do the same he feels uilty Brunet once his best friend but since devoting himself to the Communist Party has rown apart from him Mathieu seems to admire and aspire to be like him yet admits to not feeling ood enough to do as such He tries to convince Mathieu to sign the paperwork but Mathieu is concerned about his notion of personal freedom This novel is essentially an exhibition of Sartre s philosophies Here is a The Billionaires New Assistant (The New Dominators, great summary I found from Sonoma State University Sartre s Philosophies 1 Existence precedes essence Freedom is existence and in it existence precedes essence This means that what we do how we act in our life determines our apparent ualities It is not that someone tells the truth because she is honest but rather she defines herself as honest by telling the truth again and again I am a professor in a way different than the way I am six feet tall or the way a table is a table The table simply is I exist by defining myself in the world at each moment 2 Subject rather than object Humans are not objects to be used by God or aovernment or corporation or society Nor we to be adjusted or molded into roles to be only a waiter or a conductor or a mother or worker We must look deeper than our roles and find ourselves 3 Freedom The central and uniue potentiality which constitutes us as human Sartre rejects determinism saying that it is our choice how we respond to determining tendencies 4 Choice I am my choices I cannot not choose If I do not choose that is still a choice If faced with inevitable circumstances we still choosehow we are in those circumstances 5 Responsibility Each of us is responsible for everything we do If we seek advice from others we choose our advisor and have some idea of the course he or she will recommend I am responsible for my very desire of fleeing responsibilities6 Past determinants seldom tell us the facts We transform past determining tendencies through our choices Explanations in terms of family socioeconomic status etc do not tell us why a person makes the crucial choices we are most interested in 7 Our acts define who we are In life a man commits himself draws his own portrait and there is nothing but that portrait Our illusions and imaginings about ourselves about what we could have been are nothing but self deception 8 We continue to make ourselves A brave person is simply someone who usually acts bravely Each act contributes to defining us as we are and at any moment we can begin to act differently and draw a different portrait of ourselves There is always a possibility to change to start making a different kind of choice9 The power to create ourselves We have the power of transforming ourself indefinitely 10 Our reality Human reality identifies and defines itself by the ends which it pursues rather than by alleged causes in the past 11 Subjectivism The freedom of the individual subject and that we cannot pass beyond subjectivity 12 The human condition Despite different roles and historical situations we all have to be in the world to labor and die there These circumstances are everywhere recognisable and subjective because they are lived and are nothing if we do not live them 13 Condemned to be free We are condemned because we did not create ourselves We must choose and act from within whatever situation we find ourselves 14 Abandonment I am abandoned in the world in the sense that I find myself suddenly alone and without help15 Anguish It is in anguish that we become conscious of our freedom My being provokes anguish to the extent that I distrust myself and my own reactions in that situation 1 We must make some choices knowing that the conseuences will have profound effects on others like a commander sending his troops into battle 2 In choosing for ourselves we choose for all humankind16 Despair We limit ourselves to a reliance on that which is within our power our capability to influence There are other things very important to us over which we have no control 17 Bad faith This means to be Witch, Cat, and Cobb guilty of regarding oneself not as a free person but as an object In bad faith I am hiding the truth from myself I must know the truth very exactly in order to conceal it carefully There seems to be some overlap in Sartre s conception of bad faith and his conception of self deception A person can live in bad faith implying a constant and particular style of life 18 The Unconcious is not really unconscious At some level I am aware of and I choose what I will allow fully into my consciousness and what I will not Thus I cannot use the unconscious as an excuse for my behavior Even though I may not admit it to myself I am aware and I am choosing Even in self deception I know I am the one deceiving myself and Freud s so called censor must be conscious to know what to repress Those who use the unconscious as exoneration of actions believe that our instincts drives and complexes make up a reality that simply is that is neither true nor false in itself but simply real19 Passion is not an excuse I was overwhelmed by strong feelings I couldn t help myself is a falsehood Despite my feelings I choose how to express them in action 20 Ontology The study of being of what constitutes a person as a person is the necessary basis for psychoanalysis The Good Fascinating look into mindsets loved reading about Sartre s philosophies On a broad scale I do agree with existentialism The Bad Too Much Philosophy Nothing that much occurs with in Mathieu s words much ado about nothing The Ugly Interestingly the worst thing about this novel was not the excess of philosophy which I could handle by taking some time reading something else in between but Sartre s punctuation and formatting choices I am specifically referring to how he put characters thoughts in uotations This made it highly confusing to decipher between dialogue unless one read it all very slowly with distinct pausing in between to register the transition A characters thoughts will be imbedded in between what they say out loud and with it all formatted the same it is very easy to read them as the same Surprisingly distracting and frustrating existentialism French philosophy 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Jean Paul Charles Aymard Sartre normally known simply as Jean Paul Sartre was a French existentialist philosopher and pioneer dramatist and screenwriter novelist and critic He was a leading figure in 20th century French philosophyHe declined the award of the 1964 Nobel Prize in Literature for his work which rich in ideas and filled with the spirit of freedom and the uest for truth has ex


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