Jean-Paul Sartre Quote

Generally speaking there is no irreducible taste or inclination. They all represent a certain appropriative choice of being. It is up to existential psychoanalysis to compare and classify them. Ontology abandons us here; it has merely enabled us to determine the ultimate ends of human reality, its fundamental possibilities, and the value which haunts it.


Being and Nothingness (1943)

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Generally speaking there is no irreducible taste or inclination. They all represent a certain appropriative choice of being. It is up to existential...

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Generally speaking there is no irreducible taste or inclination. They all represent a certain appropriative choice of being. It is up to existential...

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Generally speaking there is no irreducible taste or inclination. They all represent a certain appropriative choice of being. It is up to existential...

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Generally speaking there is no irreducible taste or inclination. They all represent a certain appropriative choice of being. It is up to existential...