Jean-Paul Sartre about existence (“Nausea”, 1938) - But the images, forewarned, immediately leaped up and filled my closed eyes with existences: existence is a fullness which man can never abandon.
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But the images, forewarned, immediately leaped up and filled my closed eyes with existences: existence is a fullness which man can never abandon.
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Translated from the French by Lloyd Alexander
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