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How to Pronounce sartre?

Correct pronunciation for the word "sartre" is [sˈɑːtə], [sˈɑːtə], [s_ˈɑː_t_ə].

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"Sartre" in context

Jean-Paul sartre is a French philosopher and literary critic who was born in 1905 in Paris. He was one of the most influential figures of post-war existentialism and a major contributor to 20th century modern philosophy. Sartre's philosophical works were largely characterized by his search for meaning and his writing explored the intersection of ethics, ontology, and the human condition.

Sartre's most famous works include Being and Nothingness and the philosophical essay Existentialism and Humanism. Within these works, Sartre established himself as a materialist in opposition to Cartesian dualism.

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