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Jean-Paul Sartre was born in Paris as the only child of Jean -Baptiste Sartre , an officer of the French Navy , and Anne-Marie Schweitzer. His mother was of Alsatian origin and the first cousin of Nobel Prize laureate Albert Schweitzer . (Her father, Charles Schweitzer, was the older brother

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year old Lustiger decided to convert to Roman Catholicism . On 21 August he was baptized as Aaron Jean -Marie by the Bishop of Orléans , Jules Marie Courcoux . His sister converted later. [ 7 ] In October 1940, the Vichy regime passed the first Statute on Jews , which forced Jews to wear

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in 1918 where the young Anouilh where he received his secondary education at the Lycée Chaptal. Jean -Louis Barrault , later a major French director, was a pupil there at the same time and recalls Anouilh as an intense, rather dandified figure who hardly noticed a boy some two years younger

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The Jean -Paul Sartre Experience , later renamed JPS Experience after a lawsuit by the estate of Jean -Paul Sartre , were an indie rock band on New Zealand 's Flying Nun Records . Contents 1 History 2 Discography 2.1 Albums 2.2 EPs 2.3 Singles 2.4 Compilation appearances

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English translations 7.3 Secondary literature 8 External links [ edit ] Biography Jean -Luc Nancy graduated in philosophy in 1962 in Paris . He taught for a short while in Colmar before becoming an assistant at the Strasbourg Institut de Philosophie in 1968. In 1973, he received

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the novel Our Lady of the Flowers (1944). In Paris, Genet sought out and introduced himself to Jean Cocteau , who was impressed by his writing. Cocteau used his contacts to get Genet's novel published, and in 1949, when Genet was threatened with a life sentence after ten convictions, Cocteau

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Hallier was the son of World War I French General André Hallier. Jean -Edern was born in 1936 and lost an eye during the siege of Budapest , where his father was on diplomatic posting. While the Hallier family has ancient Breton roots on his father's side, Jean -Edern later ( L'évangile

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climate of thought. However, he influenced a number of key thinkers including Emmanuel Levinas and Jean -Paul Sartre . In the second issue of Acéphale , Georges Bataille 's review, Jean Wahl wrote an article titled Nietzsche and the Death of God , concerning Karl Jaspers ' interpretation

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controversies 8.1 General Aussaresses' 2000 confession and condemnation 8.2 Bigeard's attitude 8.3 Jean -Marie Le Pen 9 "The French School" and "The American School" 10 Bibliography 10.1 French-language studies 10.2 Abstracts and collective works 10.2.1 French-language

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Bad faith (existentialism) print that page

choose in anguish : they know that they must make a choice, and that it will have consequences. For Sartre , to claim that one amongst many conscious possibilities takes undeniable precedence (for instance, "I cannot risk my life, because I must support my family") is to assume the role of

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