oa Lagos Notes and Records - Interlocking concepts in Sartre s ontology of human freedom
|Article Title||Interlocking concepts in Sartre s ontology of human freedom|
|© Publisher:||University of Lagos, Nigeria|
|Journal||Lagos Notes and Records|
|Affiliations||1 Department of Philosophy, University of Lagos|
|Publication Date||May 2004|
|Pages||130 - 152|
|Keyword(s)||""Being-for-itself"", ""Being-inthemselves"", Ecstatic freedom, Essence, Facticity, Human existence, Nonconscious things and Truthfulness|
In a way, Jean Paul Sartre can be regarded as a transcendentalist of the phenomenological persuasion. Central to his existential ontology and theory of phenomenology is the question of human consciousness. Sartreï¿½s analysis of the concepts of Being, Nothingness, Negation, Freedom and the phenomenon is dosely connected to his theory of consciousness.
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