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Jean Paul Sartre Being and Nothingness by Vincent Spade

Jean Paul Sartre Being and Nothingness by Vincent Spade

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Class notes by Paul Vincent Spade, Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University. The main textbook for this course is Sartre’s Being and Nothingness, of course. But it will be quite a while before we actually get into that. There’s a lot of build-up and background that you need to get a kind of running start on that book.
We are going to start with Edmund Husserl, The Idea of Phenomenology. I have not asked you to buy this book, but it is available on reserve. You should start reading that book immediately, and consult the outline included in the course packet.
The next main thing we will be reading is Sartre’s Transcendence of the Ego. This is a difficult but extremely exciting book on the Philosophy of Mind. It introduces many of the main themes we will see in Being and Nothingness.
Only then will we be in a position to plunge into Being and Nothingness.
Class notes by Paul Vincent Spade, Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University. The main textbook for this course is Sartre’s Being and Nothingness, of course. But it will be quite a while before we actually get into that. There’s a lot of build-up and background that you need to get a kind of running start on that book.
We are going to start with Edmund Husserl, The Idea of Phenomenology. I have not asked you to buy this book, but it is available on reserve. You should start reading that book immediately, and consult the outline included in the course packet.
The next main thing we will be reading is Sartre’s Transcendence of the Ego. This is a difficult but extremely exciting book on the Philosophy of Mind. It introduces many of the main themes we will see in Being and Nothingness.
Only then will we be in a position to plunge into Being and Nothingness.

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Jean-Paul Sartre’s
 Being and Nothingness
 
Class Lecture NotesProfessor SpadeFall 1995
 
Copyright
©
 1996 by Paul Vincent Spade. All rights reserved. Permission is hereby granted to copy thisdocument in whole or in part for any purpose whatever, provided only that acknowledgment of copyright isgiven.
Table of Contents
Getting Started.....................................................................................................................4Sartre: Life and Works........................................................................................................5Program of Events.............................................................................................................11Two Main Influences on Sartre.........................................................................................11Husserl: Life and Works....................................................................................................13The Idea of Phenomenology..............................................................................................14Kant...................................................................................................................................18Review...............................................................................................................................25The Two Stages of Husserl’s Philosophy..........................................................................26The Idea of Phenomenology (Again)................................................................................27The Phenomenological Reduction.....................................................................................31The Eidetic Reduction.......................................................................................................39The Theory of Intentionality.............................................................................................46Sartre.................................................................................................................................56Sartre’s Reaction to Husserl..............................................................................................63Sartre’s Metaphysics.........................................................................................................72Characteristics of Being-In-Itself......................................................................................73Being-For-Itself.................................................................................................................80Positional & Non-positional Consciousness, Reflective & Non-ReflectiveConsciousness....................................................................................................................87The Self-Love Theory.......................................................................................................93The Constitution of the Ego..............................................................................................96The Magical.....................................................................................................................104The Problem of Other Minds...........................................................................................114The Origin of Negation....................................................................................................115Hegel and Heidegger.......................................................................................................123The Origin of Nothingness...............................................................................................125The Gambler....................................................................................................................128
 
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Vertigo.............................................................................................................................130Bad Faith (Self-Deception)..............................................................................................133The Waiter.......................................................................................................................138Belief...............................................................................................................................141The Emotions...................................................................................................................149The Intellectual Theories.................................................................................................158Sartre’s Own Theory.......................................................................................................160The Magical World..........................................................................................................163False Emotions and the Physiology of The Emotions.....................................................165Part II: Being-For-Itself...................................................................................................166Presence to Self...............................................................................................................171Facticity...........................................................................................................................172Lack.................................................................................................................................175Value................................................................................................................................177Possibility........................................................................................................................181Time.................................................................................................................................183Pure and Impure Reflection............................................................................................191The Existence of Others..................................................................................................197Husserl.............................................................................................................................206Hegel................................................................................................................................208Heidegger.........................................................................................................................209Summary..........................................................................................................................210The Look.........................................................................................................................211Concrete Relations with Others.......................................................................................220Examples of the First Approach......................................................................................223Examples of the Second Approach.................................................................................224Existential Psychoanalysis...............................................................................................225Conclusion.......................................................................................................................234Ethical Implications.........................................................................................................238

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