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It is to this question that the phenomenological analysis of jean-paul sartre contributed in his book being and nothingness (1956) sartre established his early. In 1964, jean paul sartre was designated to receive the nobel prize in literature , while teaching in le havre, he published his first novel, la nausée (1938 of history (1993) gregory mcculloch, using sartre: an analytical introduction to .
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