- SARTRE, Jean-Paul
- (1905-1980)French novelist and radical nihilistic, EXISTENTIAL philosopher whose novels, such as Nausea (1938), spoke to a generation of Europeans following the Second World War. A student of HEIDEGGER, his major philosophical works were Being and Nothingness (1943) and Critique of Dialectical Reason (1960).
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Sartre,Jean Paul — Sar·tre (särʹtrə, särt), Jean Paul. 1905 1980. French writer and philosopher. A leading existentialist, he wrote literary works, such as the autobiographical novel Nausea (1938) and the play No Exit (1944), and philosophical volumes that include… … Universalium
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