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Sartre on bounded consciousness

  1. Feb 18, 2005 #1


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    On the Place for Conciousness forum, Canute posted this:

    "Them" being our intuitions of separateness of our consciousness from the rest of the world.

    I would like to ask Canute, and anyone else, where in Sartre this conclusion is found? It seems at loggerheads with my understanding of his thought: the pour-soi is alone in the universe and cannot however it tries, truly grant the status of pour-soi to other minds.
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