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Hallazgos

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YEPES MUNOZ, Wilfer Alexis. Intentionality and Absence in Being and Nothingness by Jean Paul Sartre. Hallazgos [online]. 2017, vol.14, n.27, pp.93-110. ISSN 1794-3841.

This reflection is at the original tension of consciousness with its counterpart, that is, of consciousness as consciousness of something. On this pillar of Husserl's phenomenology, Sartre builds the structures for itself, in the second and third part of Being and Nothingness will frame the tension between human and nothing for itself and the in-itself as massif being. That awareness therefore becomes a consciousness of anything as reflected consciousness, allowing it to put in place in the ontological relation to being an absence in the full understanding of the human condition. In this perspective an ontology of human action as building personal always be postponed, that is, absent will be built. This reflection intended, therefore, a reading of the text linking intentionality as a pillar of phenomenology with the concept of absence as underlying tension between in-itself-itself. The text is divided into three stages: nothingness, absence and being; absence as creative negativity; the ontological act.

Palabras clave : Intentionality; absence; freedom; existence; Sartre.

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