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  • Mary
    Jul 17, 2013
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      Yes, but if someone relies on an earnest novice such as myself to prove whether the examples are adequate or inadequate, rather than reading the text itself and relying on commentaries, is arguably not authentically concerned with debating the issue. Wikipedia and Spark Notes type synopses of a clearly difficult book won't be helpful in explaining what it took Sartre approximately 800 pages to explain. Nor will they explain how his several concepts are interrelated. As I said before, taking them piecemeal will prove frustrating and pointless. The charge that Sartre is condescending is one that has been taken seriously. The difference, however, is that some writers have taken the time to study the text and offer arguments based on the text.


      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, eduardathome <yeoman@...> wrote:

      The question here is whether the examples or any one of them adequately explains bad faith.
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