Jean-Paul Sartre: « L'enfer, c'est les autres » Le Prof. Choron a toujours une solution: « Qu’ils crèvent !! »
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Bernd Jager, Sartre's Anthropology
Consciousness as apeiron?
Jean-Paul Sartre preferred the company of women. As one would expect of the great advocate of transparency, he discussed his reasons frankly. “First of all, there is the physical element. There are of course ugly women, but I prefer those who are pretty,” he explained in an interview for the documentary “Sartre by Himself.” “Then, there is the fact that they’re oppressed, so they seldom bore you with shop talk. . . . I enjoy being with a woman because I’m bored out of my mind when I have to converse in the realm of ideas.”
de beauvoir: Were you ever attracted by an ugly woman?
sartre: Truly and wholly ugly, no, never.
de beauvoir: It could even be said that all the women you were fond of were either distinctly pretty or at least very attractive and full of charm.
sartre: Yes, in our relations I liked a woman to be pretty because it was a way ofdeveloping my sensibility. These were irrational values—beauty, charm, and so on. Or rational, if you like, since you can provide an interpretation, a rational explanation. But when you love a person’s charm you love something that is irrational, even though ideas and concepts do explain charm at a more intense degree.
de beauvoir: Were there not women you found attractive for reasons other than strictly feminine qualities—strength of character, something intellectual and mental, rather than something wholly to do with charm and femininity?
Yalnızlık; düşündükleriniz kafanızın duvarlarına çarpıp tekrar içeride kalmasıdır.
“I wanted the moments of my life to follow and order themselves like those of a life remembered. You might as well try and catch time by the tail.”
Nausea, Jean-Paul Sartre
I am alone in the midst of these happy, reasonable voices. All these creatures spend their time explaining, realizing happily that they agree with each other. In Heaven’s name, why is it so important to think the same things all together.
So that is what hell is. I would never have believed it. You remember: the fire and brimstone, the torture. Ah! the farce. There is no need for torture: Hell is other people.
Jean-Paul Sartre, No Exit
Haklısın. Ben size katılamam. Siz berabersiniz, ben yapayalnız. Artık yerimden kımıldamayacağım. Artık sizlerle konuşmayacağım. Gidip kuytu bir köşeye oturacağım. Burada olduğumu unutacaksınız. Anlaşılan bu hikâyede benim payıma düşen de buymuş. Sizler kendi payınıza düşeni nasıl kabullenmişseniz, ben de benimkini öyle kabulleneceğim.
Charlotte Sartre. Black Art.