TITLE

Öznellik ve Nesnellik Dengesi Bakımından Varoluşçuluk "J. P. Sartre Üzerinden Bir İnceleme."

AUTHOR(S)
ÇELEB, Emin
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
If there is a subject, that means to be a subjectivity as well. The main condition to be a subject is its requiring an object necessarily. It can be said that the debates made on this dualism's esence and gravity, which corresponds to meaning of existence and existentialism, constitute the history of thought, that is philosophy. One of the philosophical movement is existentialism which its philosophical structure is based on the subject (cogito) of this duality. In this study we'll try to examine the J. P. Sartre's account of existentialism.
ACCESSION #
83752270

 

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