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Sartre (book review) Gary Cox

A Guide for the Perplexed(Guides for the Perplexed)

.??? 2000s: this is where i started in philosophy, no excuses, but either he is very good in flowing and revealing language, not jargon, to explain sartre, or sartre is easier than i thought, or i remember more sartre than i thought. After having read some of sartre’s own work i must say he is equal to the man himself in getting the ideas across.

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