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  • kebl0613@xxxxx.xx.xx.xx
    The decisive argument which is employed by common sense against freedom consists in reminding us of our own impotence . How well does Sartre respond to this
    Message 1 of 1 , May 23, 1999
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      'The decisive argument which is employed by common sense against freedom consists in reminding us of our own impotence'. How well does Sartre respond to this 'common sense' objection.

      Which is fine-ish, but I have to answer it with regard to his debate with Merleau-Ponty about freedom, and that's proving tricky too.

      Ideas, anyone?

      John
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