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2011 | 66 | 3 | 209-221
Article title

J. P. SARTRE: CONDEMNED TO BE FREE (Udel slobody podla Sartra)

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Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
Condemned to exist beyond his essence, since he is only what he does and can always become what he is not or not to be what he is any more, man is, for Sartre, condemned to freedom without condition which constitutes, not his nature, but his condition. Free of anything apart from not being free, since he chooses neither to be, nor the necessity to choose the being that he must make himself be, man, however, is always already determined by his condition: thrown in to a world where he acknowledges his own condition. Far from calling into question the integrity of his autonomy of choice, this ontological conditioning is for the Being-itself the ground on which the need for his engagement appears and, therefore also the plenitude of his freedom. As tragic as that which one considers controlled by fate, for Sartre, the human condition thus means being condemned to freedom.
Year
Volume
66
Issue
3
Pages
209-221
Physical description
Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Christophe Perrin, Universite Paris-Sorbonne/Fondation Thiers 12, rue Jacquemars Gielee, 59800 Lille, France
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CEJSH db identifier
11SKAAAA09634
YADDA identifier
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