ACAECIMIENTO ABSOLUTO Y SIGNIFICACIONES OBJETIVAS EN LA PRIMERA FILOSOFÍA DE SARTRE

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The confrontation between Sartre and Freud occurs mainly on the problem of the origin of significations. According to Freud, the libido determines their sexual character whereas for Sartre, the absolute event, that is, the upsurge of the for-itself from the negation of the in-itself, provides the subject with objective symbolizations of being accessible through the qualities. Therefore, through an analysis of the absolute event, the author argues that even though Sartre’s phenomenology is with no doubt a philosophy of consciousness and freedom, subject’s attitudes and significations are to be interpreted and explained from this ontological event.

Título traducido de la contribuciónABSOLUTE EVENT AND OBJECTIVE SIGNIFICATIONS IN SARTRE’S FIRST PHILOSOPHY
Idioma originalLetón
Páginas (desde-hasta)195-214
Número de páginas20
PublicaciónCuadernos Salmantinos de Filosofia
Volumen50
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2023

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