Being and nothingness
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Sartre, Jean-Paul <1905-1980.>

Being and nothingness

Abstract: Born in Paris in 1905, Sartre was a professor of philosophy when he joined the French Army at the outbreak of World War II. Captured by the Germans, he was released, after nearly a year, in 1941. He immediately joined the French resistance as a journalist. In the postwar era Jean-Paul Sartre - philosopher, critic, novelist, and dramatist - became one of the most influential men of this century. He died in Paris in 1980.

Title and contributes: Being and nothingness : a phenomenological essay on ontology / Jean-Paul Sartre ; translated and with an introduction by Hazel E. Barnes.

Publication: New York : Washington Square Press : Pocket Books 1992

Physical description: lii, 811 p. ; 18 cm.

Publication date:1992

Language: English (language of the text, soundtrack, etc..)

Country: USA

Other titles:
  • Être et le néant. English
  • Translation of: L'être et le néant.
  • Originally published: 1956.


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  • Type of Publication Date: Publication Dates 1 and 2: monograph with both actual and copyright/privilege date
  • Publication Date: 1992

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