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Re: [Sartre] Digest Number 158

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  • exxistentialist@hotmail.com
    Dear Bennet, You said, For Sartre the in-itself is not absurd, it simply is. If by absurd u r referring to meaningless, then if i remember correctly Sartre
    Message 1 of 2 , May 18, 2000
      Dear Bennet,
      You said, 'For Sartre the in-itself is not absurd, it simply is.' If
      by 'absurd' u r referring to meaningless, then if i remember
      correctly Sartre (in his Being n Nothingness) when talking about the
      logical impossibility of nothingness existing prior to being talks
      about being being 'de trop' becuz it was uncreated. He was talking
      about all being, so being-in-itself would be absurd (ie, its
      existence meaningless).

      regards,
      J
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