In this series of online lectures, Jean-Paul Sartre’s Being and Nothingness is thoroughly examined in the form of a complete summary analysis, an overview of the philosophical concept of Bad Faith, and an examination of the famous section on freedom and vertigo. Being and Nothingness is considered one of the most important existentialist texts, and is common reading in any survey of existentialist philosophy or upper level seminars on existentialism, Sartre, and modern philosophy.
LECTURE ONE: SUMMARY & ANALYSIS
LECTURE TWO: WHAT IS BAD FAITH?
LECTURE THREE: VERTIGO AND FREEDOM
Hesiod, Paul Krause in real life, is the editor-in-chief of VoegelinView. He is writer, classicist, and historian. He has written on the arts, culture, classics, literature, philosophy, religion, and history for numerous journals, magazines, and newspapers. He is the author of The Odyssey of Love and the Politics of Plato, and a contributor to the College Lecture Today and Making Sense of Diseases and Disasters. He holds master’s degrees in philosophy and religious studies (biblical studies & theology) from the University of Buckingham and Yale, and a bachelor’s degree in economics, history, and philosophy from Baldwin Wallace University.
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