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Re: [Sartre] Re: Sartre is--very pessimistic about love

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  • Amy Wing
    Roro, I have a terrible time profreading. Here is a profread version. ... to evoleved in order to incorporate his ideas. He seems to use ... -closing ...
    Message 1 of 22 , May 17 10:08 AM
      Roro,

      I have a terrible time profreading. Here is a profread
      version.

      --- Amy Wing <loconito442@...> wrote: >
      > Hi Roro,
      >
      > I like existentialism allot too.
      >
      > I find your question about love a really good one
      > and
      > it is taking me quite a bit time to come to some
      > kind
      > of understanding about Sarte's view on love. I
      > think
      > that you have to look at Sarte's view on love as
      > being
      > seperate from Sartre's life to a certain extend. I
      > know that I don't practice every aspect my
      > philosophy
      > on an everyday bases. I also think that Sartre's
      > pessimism could be connected to a language that has
      to evoleved in order to incorporate his ideas. He
      seems to use
      > allot "lorship and bondage", type language that
      > Hegel
      > also introduced, to describe the nature of human
      > relationships. The term "love" is also so
      > contextual.
      > Love means being dependable yet being yourself, it
      > mean holding on to someone yet letting them go. I
      > will keep reading and formulating thoughts on this
      > based on Being and Nothingness, which I am looking
      > to
      > for answers.
      >
      >
      > You know what I have become interested in is
      > structures. There is always a structure. Non-
      > Christian existentialists will know for themselves
      > that this structure is created a posteri, but
      > non-the-less love can not be communicated, I don't
      > see
      > how, unless it is within a structure. And we like to
      > find love as human beings. Maybe Sartre was just
      > complaining about traditional western structures and
      > not love/assimilation. Assimilation is nice when
      > you
      > feel like it is opening up your future and - not
      -closing
      > it
      > up. It is doubly nice when you feel loved. I am
      > always fearful when I open this (assimilation) door,
      > because allot of the time there is a tornato waiting
      > for that chance to blow the whole door down. But I
      > think that Sartre was maybe just pointing out, in a
      > lanuage that was available to him, how love works,
      > and
      > maybe not so much saying that it is a terrible
      > thing.
      > I certainly have not read enough on the subject
      > though...
      >
      > All best,
      >
      > Amy
      >
      >
      > --- Roro <roro_dee@...> wrote: > Hi Amy,
      > > I acctually don't know much about Sartre in
      > general,
      > > but i do read sometimes some of what the group
      > > posts. My first attraction to sartre and
      > > existentialism is about his view about authentic
      > > human, and that even if we are not making a
      > choice,
      > > we are still choosing. I was told that iam an
      > > existentialist, and i did not even know what that
      > > term means. So then, i browsed a bit and found
      > > little things which so far i like a lot.
      > >
      > > roro
      > > Amy <loconito442@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > Hi Roro,
      > >
      > > I'm not sure that my post was really a
      > > clarification. It was merely a
      > > point of veiw that I am still working on.
      > >
      > > Sartre and love is a really a good topic! --
      > Thanks
      > > for bringing it
      > > up. What do you think about Sartre's ideas about
      > > love?
      > >
      > > All best,
      > >
      > > Amy
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
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