The Impression of the Originality of Existence Philosophy Concepts in the Dramatic Literature with Emphasis on Three Plays (Nausea, Dirty Hands and the Satan and God)

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Hamid Kakasoltani
Pedram Dadfar

Abstract

Jean-Paul Sartre's point of view on the originality of existence philosophy is interleaved with concepts such as: freedom, apprehension, choice, awareness and human presence as well as everything that leading to man's liberation is reflected in his plays. Jean-Paul Sartre puts existence precede to the nature and considered the man as a potential free being that in the way of freedom he is responsible not only for himself but also for others. In the book of "Existence and Non-Existence" he is believes in deconstruction in all social and cultural fields. Sartre sees drama as a window for attitudinize the universe. The concept of existentialism in his plays is under the influence of philosophical and ideological propositions. Moral and political characteristics in the works of Jean-Paul Sartre expressed in such a way that describes a kind of worldview with philosophical propositions and dramatic, artful technique.


Therefore one of the questions in this article is how did Sartre's dramatic literature benefit from the philosophy of existentialism?


How does existence and non-existence appear in most of Sartre's plays? What does the concept of hell basically mean in his works? In this article, an attempt has been made to demonstrate how existence and non-existence and the critique of dialectical wisdom have been evaluated in his plays.

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Kakasoltani, H., & Dadfar, P. (2021). The Impression of the Originality of Existence Philosophy Concepts in the Dramatic Literature with Emphasis on Three Plays (Nausea, Dirty Hands and the Satan and God). International Journal of Applied Arts Studies (IJAPAS), 5(4), 41-54. Retrieved from http://ijapas.ir/index.php/ijapas/article/view/334
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Hamid Kakasoltani

Department of Theatre, Faculty member of Arts, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran

Pedram Dadfar, Islamic Azad University

Department of Photography, Faculty member of Arts, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran