Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Philosophy Bites: Sebastian Gardner on Jean-Paul Sartre on Bad Faith

Sebastian Gardner on Jean-Paul Sartre on Bad Faith
Philosophy Bites
Hosts: David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton



Jean-Paul Sartre's Being and Nothingness is sometimes described as the bible of existentialism. At its core is the notion of Bad Faith. Sebastian Gardner, author of a recent book about Being and Nothingness, explains what Sartre meant by Bad Faith.

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4 comments:

rosalie said...

interesting- seems to be another one i have to read.. but at the moment there's not the best moment to spend my time with a good book, which i regret a lot. just thought about it today..

but, nevertheless, i'll keep it on my mind.

Thivai Abhor said...

so many books, so little time... I just got back from San Francisco and came home with a pile of new books ;)

Thivai Abhor said...

Oh yeah, Rosalie, the podcast that is linked is only 13 minutes--perhaps that could tide you over :)

SCALLYWAG said...

Im doing some work on jean-paul sarte i was wondering if you knew a film that relates?

thank you :]