Sartre and the Anguish of Freedom →
In the series of extracts from my almost-finished book on the history of moral thought, I have reached Chapter 15, which looks at existentialism, and primarily the work of Søren Kierkegaard and Jean-Paul Sartre. This extract is from the section that explores Sartre’s concept of freedom and his relationship to Marxism. Imagine, Kierkegaard wrote in his pseudonymously published The Concept of...
[[MORE]]whats your idea of a perfect world one where im dead LO L cant even contain myself
no one even fucking cares anymore. being sad is so boring
[[MORE]]w8 i think all psychiatrists are assholes…
i had a few good hours today but now im just a lump of flesh again alll my plants are dying, everything is.