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Philosophy

'Each his
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
' is a just formula because each is defined by living truth that it reveals.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

LoveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
is, in its essence, the project of love.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Others, it's the other, i.e. the me that I'm not.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

This is the bottom of the joy of
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
, where it
existsDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
: feel us justified to exist.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

It is
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
for a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
to be rich, it gives confidence.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

It is by violence we educate us.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

It's never when eyes you look you can find them beautiful or ugly, we can notice their color.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

It is not in I don't
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
what retirement that we we will discover: it's on the road, in the city, in the middle of the crowd,
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
among
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
,
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
among men.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

That's not all to die; He must die in
timeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

What is terrible, is not to suffer or die, but die in vain.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

One who is not afraid is not normal; It has nothing to do with courage.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Those we
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
, we don't judge them.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Those who see me rarely rely on my word: I have to sound too smart to hold.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Every
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
must invent his way.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Each
timeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
discovers an aspect of the
humanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
condition, at each time the man chooses in front of others, of
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
, of death, of the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Choice and consciousness are one and the same
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

In
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is not what we want, but we're responsible for what you are.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
is dead, but
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
did not, however, become an
atheistDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
. This silence of the transcendent, attached to the permanence of the
religiousDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
need in modern humans, that's the big deal today as yesterday.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
is dead, by this mean there is no, nor even that there are more... He spoke to us and he is silent...



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Say that
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is this, that's why we dress, and that it is beautiful, and all of the novels are written on it, and you
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
about all the
timeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
, and finally, let's get in a room with a type suffocating you half and who wet you the v



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

In fact, we are a
freedomDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
that chooses, but we do not choose to be free: we are condemned to freedom.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Is - it therefore harming the
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
to give them the
freedomDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
of
mindDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
?



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

ManDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
, that's tender to be
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
; or, if one prefers, the man is fundamentally desire to be God.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

BeingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
freeDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
, is not able to do what we want, but it's wanting what you can.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

BeingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
dead is to be prey to the living.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

BeingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
totally in the loop and out of it, that's a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
!



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

BeingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
a consciousness that is fun to the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

It is much easier for a philosopher to explain a new concept to another philosopher than a child. Why? Because the child ask the real questions.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

It is always easy to obey, if we dream of order.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Must be able to, in any circumstances, choose
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

There is not
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
fathers, that's the rule. That we hold not rigour to
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
, but to the bond of fatherhood that is rotten.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

There is no bad rich. There are rich and that's all.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Should not I
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
I don't want to think. Because it is still a
thoughtDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Just that one
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
hate another hatred gradually wins the whole of humanity.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

There are 50
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
and intellectuals are separated. It must be that they do more than one.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

There are marriages that are funerals.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

There are memories that we don't share.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

There are two species of poor, those who are poor and those who are alone. The first are real, others are of the rich who did not have a chance.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Needless to deny: the
womanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is not the same man.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I admire as you can lie with reason on his side.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I'll do
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
: it's still the
bestDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
way to be alone.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I don't care about the devil! He receives the souls, but it is not him who Damns them.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I only
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
of a church: it is the society of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I'm not a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
, I am nothing. There is only
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
. Man, it's an optical illusion.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I prefer the despair to uncertainty.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The absence is
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
. God, it's the solitude of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The Act of
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
is
humanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
castration.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The action, whatever that it modifies, which is on behalf of which isn't yet. Since it cannot accomplish without breaking the old order, it's a revolution permanent.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Money has no idea.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Art has never been on the side of the purists.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Adventure: something out of the ordinary, without
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
necessarily extraordinary.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The trouble with evil, is that you get used to, it takes genius to invent.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

ExistenceDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
precedes essence.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The story of a
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, whatever it is, is the story of a failure. The coefficient of adversity of
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
is such that it takes years of patience to get the smallest result.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

ManDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is a useless
passionDefinition of passion: A focus on something or someone, that captures mind and spirit in its entirety, and can take on fanatical forms.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is to invent every
dayDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is point the sum of what he has, but all of what he has yet.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is nothing other than what it is.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
who thinks he's determined to mask its responsibility.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
without any support and without any help is condemned every moment to invent man.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is; It's not all done first, he is choosing his
moralDefinition of moral: Guiding principles or generally accepted societal value judgments.
, and the pressure of circumstances is such that he cannot not choose one.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Now that just may be your death, you
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
and you can smile: isn't this wonderful? In the most insignificant of your actions, there is an immensity of heroism.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The intellectual is someone who mixes of which none.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The writer has chosen to unveil the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
and other
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Equal to all
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
or the Jack of all the princes: selected.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

FreedomDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
, is not power you want, but wanting what you can.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The pain, is the emptiness.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The facility is the talent that turns against us.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The war is not a disease... It's a bad unbearable because it comes
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
by men.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The war, it does not: is she the one that makes us.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Shame, it's when
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is long.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Modesty is the virtue of the lukewarm.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The homeland, honor,
freedomDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
, there is nothing: the
universeDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
revolves around a pair of buttocks, that's all...



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Possession is a
friendshipDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
between
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
and
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The only
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
that allows the
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
to
liveDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, it's the Act.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

HumanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
begins with the other side of despair.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

LifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, it's a panic at a theater on fire.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Violence is wrong wherever it's coming from.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Violence is not one means among others to reach the end, but the deliberate choice to reach the end by any means.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Violence always goes to a counter-violence, i.e. for a response to the violence on the other.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Violence, in whatever form it manifests itself, is a failure.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The comedian when he's finished work, becomes one
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
like the others; so that the actor 'plays itself' in
secondsDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The concrete, it is the
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
in the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The desire is a spell.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The desire expressed by the caress as
thoughtDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
by the language.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The disorder is the
bestDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
servant of the established order.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Doing is revealing to be.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The future is that the aberrant aspect that takes the past in the eyes of the
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The grade gives authority and no superiority.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The gardener can decide what is right for the carrots, but no one can choose the
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
of others in their place.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
's iniquity; If you accept it, you're an accessory, if you change, you're workaholic.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
may
wellDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
dispense with literature. But it can happen to
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
even
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The largest package is point to do evil, but to manifest.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The cowardly murderers, is one who has remorse.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The wise cannot wish anything on Earth, otherwise make one
dayDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
the evil that was done to him.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The secret of a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
... is the limit of his
freedomDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
. It is his power of resistance to torture and death.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The theatre should not depend on the philosophy that it expresses. It must express a philosophy, but do not let us inside the room the problem of the value of philosophy which is expressed.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

ThingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
are just what they seem; behind them... There's nothing.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

PeopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
, they find that the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
is as it is, just as it is and each of them, temporarily, draws the meaning of
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
in the other.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

The words drink our
thinkingDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
until we've had
timeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
to recognize it.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

ThoughtsDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
, what there is of more bland. It stretches to no end and it leaves a funny taste.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I have dirty hands. Up to the elbows. I dipped them in dirt and blood. And then what? Do you
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
we can govern innocently?



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

I mean: it means that the suffering of others I need to
existDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Do not choose, is still choosing.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Not to reflect on the value of history. There is risk to disgust.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

We call emotion a fall sharp of consciousness in the magic.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Are we in the eyes of others and from the eyes of others that we assume as ourselves.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

We don't want to miss any of our
timeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
: maybe is more beautiful, but it's ours.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

It is not a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
until we found something for what you would be willing to die.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

We do not have what you want and however you are responsible for what we are.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

We do not put his past in his pocket; need a House to store it.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

You don't die of old age, we age to die.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

We cannot conquer evil with another evil.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

We can always do something of what we did to us.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Talking means acting: any
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
called is already quite the same, it has lost its innocence.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

No need to Grill: hell is other
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

More absurd is the
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, less bearable is death.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Clearer
lightDefinition of light: In classical physics, light is the electromagnetic radiation that is visible to the human eye. Actually, light is of quantum objects, photons. The wavy appearance is caused by their quantum character.
, darker darkness... It is impossible to properly appreciate the light without darkness.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

To get a
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
any on me, that I need the other.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

So that the most banal event becomes an adventure, it is necessary and sufficient to go to tell about.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

What does
existDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
? Be drunk without thirst.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

When
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
is silent, you can make it say what you want.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

When many
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
are together, he must separate them by rites, or else they are massacred.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

When the rich wage war, it is the poor who die.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Humanity comes to disappear, she will kill its dead for
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

If he wants to ask you for advice, he has already chosen the answer.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Do you
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
that she looks a lot like an excuse, the
freedomDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
that you say slave.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Be wary of literature. To write all to aware of the pen without words.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Would we be mute and silent as of pebbles, our passivity even would be actionable.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

If you fight, we can be beat.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

If, on the contrary ideas received,
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
had never the
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
they deserve?



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Suppose that we die and discover that the dead are living that play to be dead.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

All means are
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
when they are effective.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

All
existingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
is born without reason, extends by weakness, and dies by encounter.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Any messy destruction weakens the weak, enriches the rich, increases the power of the powerful.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Any war is a Manichean.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

All wars are ungodly.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Treat an opponent without ass asshole, destroy it, make a void of foolishness, a zero.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Three
hoursDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
, it's always too late or too early for what we want to do. A funny moment in the afternoon.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

LoveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
, a career, a revolution: as many companies begin ignoring their outcome.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A right is never that the other aspect of a duty.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A child, this monster that adults make with their regrets.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A fool never does as much as realize the
humanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
condition in its own way.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A gesture, an event in the colored
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is never absurd only relatively: relation to circumstances that accompany it.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is not only as it is conceived, but as he wants to.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

An intellectual is someone who is faithful to a set
politicalDefinition of politics: Politics is the determination of the way of living together in a community by enforced guidelines or instructions.
and social, but which continues to challenge.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A book is nothing but a small pile of dry leaves, or so, a large shape moving: reading.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A mystic, it is always a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
who wants to forget something.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

An elected official, he's a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
that
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
's finger stuck against a wall.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A victory told in detail, we no longer
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
what distinguishes a defeat.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

A
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, this is done with the future, as the bodies are made with the vacuum.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

Do you want me to tell you why you're not afraid of death? Each of you
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
that it will fall on the neighbor.



Jean Paul Sartre

Philosophy

You're all the same, you other realists: when you can't tell, it's the language of the idealists that you borrow.



Jean Paul Sartre