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Cebestianv: “The more sand that has escaped from the hourglass of our life, the clearer we should see through it.” - Jean-Paul Sartre

ParallelofMel: “There may be more beautiful times, but this one is ours.” ― Jean-Paul Sartre

MadihaF57482722: Everything has been figured out, except how to live. Jean Paul Sartre

LauraAgustin: 'She will be starring in Jean-Paul Sartre’s The Respectful Prostitute... Arabic word for prostitute translates more directly to "wanton woman" & debate ensued... Criticism revolved around the question: How can Shaheen embody a woman who is both wanton and respectful?'

iMoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes The writer is committed when he plunges to the very depths of himself with the intent to disclose, not his individuality, but his person in the complex society that conditions and supports him. - Jean-Paul Sartre

LauraAgustin: 'Egyptian actress Elham Shaheen’s decision to play a prostitute in a play by Sartre aroused harsh reactions and calls for censorship by members of parliament. So she brought up Simone de Beauvoir and the Koran.'

NauseaDaily: “What’s done at night belongs to the night. In the daytime you don’t talk about it.” - Jean-Paul Sartre

gmgeiko: The Jeffrey Epstein - Ghislaine Maxwell relationship parallels that of Jean-Paul Sartre - Simone de Beauvoir. De Beauvoir lost her teaching post for procuring her students to satisfy Sartre’s love of threesomes and young girls.

tpmquote: Man is condemned to be free.--Jean-Paul Sartre

chelygonzales: “Every word has consequences. Every silence, too.” - Jean Paul Sartre

Skye_Cleary: Egyptian actress Elham Shaheen starring in theatrical production of Sartre’s "The Respectful Prostitute" & facing criticism because people don't understand how a woman can be both wanton and respectful

pennylouxyz: “Genius is what a man invents when he is looking for a way out.” — Jean-Paul Sartre

mlboyd23: chronicles of being insufferable: I was playing quiplash w my family, answering the Q “the worst part about hell is…” & I not only replied w “other people” but then when I lost said “clearly none of you are familiar w Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit”

Burtvonrad: Dirty Hands by Jean-Paul Sartre is an interesting play.

jacodypress: "Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you."Jean-Paul Sartre

gCMG_Obv: If you are lonely when you're alone, you are in bad company. Jean-Paul Sartre

haaretzcom: A daring actress and Sartre just caused a social media uproar and political turmoil in Egypt

haaretzcom: When Simone de Beauvoir and the Koran get a chance to meet

trevorw1953: Good for her! - Egyptian actress Elham Shaheen’s decision to play a prostitute in a play by Sartre aroused harsh reactions and calls for censorship by members of parliament. So she brought up Simone de Beauvoir and the Koran.

Cebestianv: “Freedom is what we do with what is done to us.” - Jean-Paul Sartre

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MatyldaStein: Jean-Paul Sartre with his cat named Nothing. How touching if Nothing was everything to him...

haaretzcom: Apparently one Egyptian lawmaker even implored the PM and his culture minister to prevent actress Elham Shaheen from starring in a play because the title had the word "prostitute" in it

haaretzcom: But Shaheen fought back

PollySugartree: Jean Paul Sartre was right. Hell is other people.

Autistic21A: “It's quite an undertaking to start loving somebody. You have to have energy, generosity, blindness. There is even a moment right at the start where you have to jump across an abyss: if you think about it you don't do it.” An extract from Jean-Paul Sartre's novel Nausea

Autistic21A: “A madman's ravings are absurd in relation to the situation in which he finds himself, but not in relation to his madness.” ― Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea

Autistic21A: “I exist, that is all, and I find it nauseating.” ― Jean-Paul Sartre "To live is the rarest thing in the world, most people just exist." ― Oscar Wilde

welfordwrites: As far as men go, it is not what they are that interests me, but what they can become. Jean-Paul Sartre

haniahws: “Existence is not something which lets itself be thought of from a distance: it must invade you suddenly, master you, weigh heavily on your heart like a great motionless beast—or else there is nothing more at all.” ~Jean-Paul Sartre

AllOnFire: Writers Inspirational Quotes The writer is committed when he plunges to the very depths of himself with the intent to disclose, not his individuality, but his person in the complex society that conditions and supports him. - Jean-Paul Sartre

__lence__: To be or not to be—William Shakespeare To be is to do—Jean Paul Sartre To do is to be—Bertrand Russell Scoo be doo be doo—Frank Sinatra

historyquots: Man is condemned to be free (Jean-Paul Sartre)

InadeBree: ‘I’m still completely bound to you, I can feel you up against me, you populate my days, you are here, more then ever. I love you with all my might.’ - Simone de Beauvoir Letter to Jean-Paul Sartre, June 1 1940

Jan10113013: “The more one is absorbed in fighting evil, the less one is tempted to place the good in question.” – Jean Paul Sartre

GalanZJ1: Existence is not something which lets itself be thought of from a distance: it must invade you suddenly, master you, weigh heavily on your heart like a great motionless beast—or else there is nothing more at all. ~Jean-Paul Sartre

XistentialTweet: For the artist, the color, the bouquet, the tinkling of the spoon on the saucer, are things in the highest degree. He stops at the quality of the sound or the form. He returns to it constantly and is enchanted with it. - Jean-Paul Sartre'.

gertvanzyl1975: “The aim of language is to communicate, to impart to others the results one wants to obtained. As I talk, I reveal the situation. I reveal it to myself and to others in order to change it.” Jean-Paul Sartre

LordDrFarhan: Every word has consequences. Every silence, too. Jean Paul Sartre

PhiendishONE: "Man is condemned to be free" - Jean-Paul Sartre

XanBrooks: “Hell is other people in an Oasis tribute band” Jean-Paul Sartre

Pradeep30341602: Question - What is Mauvaise Foi or Bad Faith ? Answer - Its the habit that people have of deceiving themselves into thinking that they do not have the freedom to make choices for fear of the potential consequences of making a choice. (Quote from - Jean Paul Sartre)

qc: “Every word has consequences. Every silence, too.” — Jean-Paul Sartre

Bodysatnav: Living in our house is much as I imagine it must have been for Jean Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir. Deep The scene: Kitchen, chopping vegetable. Silence. The conversation: 'What time is it?' 'I don't know. Why?' 'I don' know.' Silence.

kaitlynisvibing: "Every word has consequences. Every silence, too." - Jean-Paul Sartre

Kairos0101: Hmm... I find experience disagrees with Jean-Paul Sartre. Life begins IN despair. When all distractions, beliefs, and ideology fail, 'something' may simultaneously arise that no longer gives one 'hope', but reveals the truth of what it means to incarnate - to embody... HEART.

freepublicitygr: In What Is Man? Dr. Fleury presents the answers of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin,Martin Buber, John Dewey, Jean Paul Sartre, and B. F. Skinner. His discussion on Chardin's Omega Point points to the goal for each person and all of creation in God. -

philobits: “One is still what one is going to cease to be and already what one is going to become. One lives one’s death, one dies one’s life.” — Jean-Paul Sartre, Saint Genet

welfordwrites: A lost battle is a battle one thinks one has lost. Jean-Paul Sartre

MacroHype: "We must act out passion before we can feel it." – Jean-Paul Sartre Web:

Granxavi_: "Man is condemned to be free" Jean-Paul Sartre

GoldenBrain12: Commitment is an act, not a word. Author: Jean-Paul Sartre

drnicolerankine: Life begins on the other side of despair. Jean-Paul Sartre

KZSCspins: The Jean Paul Sartre Experience - Fish In The Sea (I Like Rain / Fish In the Sea - Single)

molinos1282: "Three o'clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do" — Jean-Paul Sartre

XistentialTweet: One always dies too soon — or too late. And yet one’s whole life is complete at that moment, with a line drawn neatly under it, ready for the summing up. You are — your life, and nothing else. - Jean-Paul Sartre'.

katblue14: “Life has no meaning, the moment you lose the illusion of being eternal.”—Jean-Paul Sartre

MarcWilson10000: Quote: Jean-Paul Sartre -

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2l3DnUXTnARw1OK: Hell is other people. Jean-Paul Sartre

Blinds2021: ‘To be is to do’ — Socrates. ‘To do is to be’ — Jean-Paul Sartre. ‘Do be do be do’ — Frank Sinatra.

aiesiohernandez: In the end that was the choice you made, and it doesn't matter how hard it was to make it. It matters that you did. We are our choices. ― Jean-Paul Sartre

loversinfilm: At the Existentialist Café by Sarah Bakewell — starts out with Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir & Raymond Aron meeting for cocktails in 1930s Paris & morphs into an accessible & highly readable account of the philosophy & history of 20th century existentialism

weatherStorey: Three o'clock in the afternoon is always just a little too late or a little too early for anything you want to do. -- Jean-Paul Sartre

officialmabhena: 'Hell is other people' ~ Jean-Paul Sartre

PUStudiesFood: "Jean-Paul Sartre saw all self-deception, no matter how mild, as a form of what he called “bad faith”: an unwillingness to discover our essence as conscious beings and take true responsibility for ourselves. Ignorance is an irresponsible waste of a life."

trnsmttr: The Stoics believed that people are our proper occupation. That investing in the people around you is the work that is most worth doing in this life. Jean-Paul Sartre said in his play No Exit, that "Hell is other people." 1/2

teethgallery: jean-paul sartre postulated that every existing thing is born without reason, prolongs itself out of weakness, and dies by chance.

dlange1481: "What is important is not what happens to us, but how we respond to what happens to us." - Jean-Paul Sartre

KSArsh1: On page 167 of 368 of What Is Literature? and Other Essays, by Jean-Paul Sartre

Deserve: We are our choices. - Jean-Paul Sartre

GoldenBrain12: Man is not sum of what he has already, but rather the sum of what he does not yet have, of what he could have. Author: Jean-Paul Sartre

iMoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes The writer is committed when he plunges to the very depths of himself with the intent to disclose, not his individuality, but his person in the complex society that conditions and supports him. - Jean-Paul Sartre

fauxrepublic: "October 4. I keep creating omelets one after another, like soldiers marching into the sea, .... October 12. My eye has become inflamed. I hate Camus." Short fiction piece by Marty Smith, The Jean-Paul Sartre Cookbook (1987)

XistentialTweet: You are -- your life, and nothing else. - Jean-Paul Sartre'.

XistentialTweet: All that I know about my life, it seems, I have learned in books. - Jean-Paul Sartre'.

_ui1422: Man is condemned to be free; Because once thrown into the world, He is responsible for everything he does. Jean Paul Sartre

rip_nev: tonight the play in question is No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre

RahiLekhraj: I am in the midst of things, nameless things. Alone, without words, defenceless, they surround me, me, are beneath me, behind me, above me. Jean-Paul Sartre

shetkinks: “Life has no meaning, the moment you lose the illusion of being eternal.” Jean Paul Sartre

akshfrq: 1. Girls after receiving the vimal pan masala award. 2. Boys after rejecting the Noble Prize, ft. Jean-Paul Sartre.

teethgallery: jean-paul sartre postulated that every existing thing is born without reason, prolongs itself out of weakness, and dies by chance.

DrewMelbourne: If you haven't read or seen it staged, Jean-Paul Sartre's NO EXIT is about a cat who keeps yowling because she wants water, but her owner won't give her water because he's trying to sleep, and so the cat keeps yowling so that her owner can't sleep. Hell is other people/cats.

Raveen4L: "What a farce!" --Jean Paul Sartre, "The Age of Reason"

GerardGeorges4: In "The Room", through his man character, Jean-Paul Sartre rejects Madness as an authentic way of life, because it deprives the patient of intentional and free Consciousness and thus takes a stand in the contemporary debate on the existential status of mental illness!

BattleSphaira: Yeah well this one time I was on a rum bender and I had an argument with a wavy house that was Jean-Paul Sartre and then we decided to settle it on Texas Hold-Um and he got Dory from Finding Nemo in as a ringer. What now?

tpmquote: Everything is gratuitous, this garden, this city and myself. When you suddenly realize it, it makes you feel sick and everything begins to drift...that's nausea.--Jean-Paul Sartre

theCoachingblog: "Commitment is an act, not a word." (Jean-Paul Sartre)

apple_kaur: Jean Paul Sartre told Simone de Beauvoir that marriage was a trap and that he knew it was hard for women of this background to avoid. WHAT. A. MAN. That sentence is what I call panty dropping. He KNEW it was a trap and Beauvoir was in love with freedom.

Mindpoet1: "I am alone in midst of these happy, reasonable voices. All these creatures spend their time explaining, realizing happily they agree with each other. In Heaven's name, why is it so important to think all things together." –Jean Paul Sartre

KepooGaul: "Everything has been figured out, except how to live." Jean-Paul Sartre

weraaaaaa_: JEAN PAUL SARTRE MY BABYYYYY IN MY PHILOSOPHY CLASS IN SCHOOL LFGGG

ProdWokuzh: Jean-Paul Sartre drip

colpowauspow: Blackpill time. Most women you know would date Jean-Paul Sartre.

BenjaminMandel9: “We must rejoice that an autonomous Israeli state has legitimated the hopes and combats of Jews throughout the world.. The formation of the Palestinian state must be considered one of the most important events of our era,” - Jean Paul Sartre

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XtrangeArtist: ¨I could never turn back any more than a record can spin in reverse. And all that was leading me where ? To this very moment...¨ Jean Paul Sartre This is the updated relauch of my 1/1 ¨Now let´s get loud¨ collection.

sinkingum: ᅠᅠ ❝ I am going to outlive myself. Eat, sleep, sleep, eat. Exist slowly, softly, like these trees, like a puddle of water, like the red bench in the streetcar. ❞ᅠᅠ Jean Paul Sartre ᅠᅠ

jose_ville1: Today, no French thinker has the towering stature of Jean­Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Michel Foucault or others in turtlenecks and trench coats on the left bank whose influence lingered well be­ yond their lifetimes.

Ownsmoke: "If man is indefinable, it is because at first he is nothing. Only afterward will he be something, and he himself will have made what he will be." Jean-Paul Sartre



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