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  • Tommy Beavitt
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    Message 1 of 7 , Apr 2, 2006
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      > De : Anthony Rodriguez-Alcala <anthonyargosy@...>
      > Date : 2 April 2006 01:19:21 BDT
      > À : Sartre Moderator <Sartre-owner@yahoogroups.com>
      > Objet : Rép : Welcome to Sartre
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      > Hello Tom,
      > Yeah, I would like to introduce myself. I've been reading
      > philosophy since my teens. I got hooked on the subject after
      > reading Will Durants justly famous "The Story of Philosophy" at
      > that time. I majored in the subject at UCSD. I've always been
      > interested in German idealism. I'm crazy about Hegel, though I
      > think like everyone else, he got Kant wrong. I would say I know my
      > Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Marx pretty
      > well. So, I approach Sartre with these German thinkers in mind. I
      > used to be pretty dismissive of Sartre's work because I saw it as a
      > rip off of Heidegger; though now I'm beginning to see him as a
      > powerfully original thinker who radicalized Heidegger's insights
      > into Dasein by his emphasis on choice. One could say that Sartre
      > reintroduced the subject/object divide into existentialism after
      > Heidegger arguably "destroyed" the Western ontological conception
      > of the subject . But now I think what Sartre did in "Being and
      > Nothingness" is fascinating. I would like to know whether you guys
      > think Sartre deepened (maybe even superseded) Heidegger's
      > philosophy of existence. Also, I haven't read his "Critique of
      > Dialectical Reason." What do you guys think of that work? Is it a
      > successful synthesis of existentialism and Marxism? What are its
      > deficiencies? Its strenghts?
      >
      > At any rate, I'm honored to join the group. Best, Anthony
      >
      > Sartre Moderator <Sartre-owner@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
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      > Hello,
      >
      > Welcome to the Sartre list. This list was created to provide a
      > forum for discussion of Sartre's philosophy and novels, and
      > relevant themes in the writings of other existential and
      > phenomenological thinkers.
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      > Contributions are welcome at all levels, please feel free to
      > introduce yourself and your interests to the list and suggest a
      > topic for discussion.
      >
      > I look forward to debating with you.
      >
      > Tommy Beavitt
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    • Tommy Beavitt
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      Message 2 of 7 , Jun 3 2:23 PM
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        > De : francis okodua <frankolink@...>
        > Date : 1 June 2006 22:12:23 BDT
        > À : Sartre Moderator <Sartre-owner@yahoogroups.com>
        > Objet : Rép : Welcome to Sartre
        >
        > thanks
        >
        > i am writing my thesis already on Jean-Paul Sartre's conception of
        > freedom. so, i need some relevant materials to be used
        >
        > i shall be very glad if this my request is granted.
        >
        > urs sincerely,
        >
        > Francis.
        >
        > Sartre Moderator <Sartre-owner@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
        >
        > Hello,
        >
        > Welcome to the Sartre list. This list was created to provide a
        > forum for discussion of Sartre's philosophy and novels, and
        > relevant themes in the writings of other existential and
        > phenomenological thinkers.
        >
        > Contributions are welcome at all levels, please feel free to
        > introduce yourself and your interests to the list and suggest a
        > topic for discussion.
        >
        > I look forward to debating with you.
        >
        > Tommy Beavitt
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