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 Meditations on <i>Nausea</i>:

Robert C. Solomon

in Dark Feelings, Grim Thoughts

Published in print September 2006 | ISBN: 9780195181579
Published online September 2006 | e-ISBN: 9780199786602 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/0195181573.003.0003
  Meditations on Nausea:

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Sartre’s first novel, Nausea, is quite clearly a working out of the phenomenological insights he was developing at the time in such works as “Transcendence of the Ego” and “The Emotions”. This chapter explores the basic tenets of Sartre’s phenomenology, focusing in particular on his rejection of certain themes in his mentor, Edmund Husserl. It also spends considerable time looking at the perversity of Sartre’s central character, Roquentin, who quite clearly resembles Sartre himself at that time in his situation and his provincial circumstances.

Keywords: Nausea; phenomenology; Transcendence of the Ego; Edmund Husserl; Roquentin

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Subjects: History of Western Philosophy

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