Sartrean Cogitations – II

B. The Image Family In Sartrean terms, the intention evokes the object of the image-consciousness, a representation of the very absence of the object which is an accumulation of matter of worldly things and of the mental-world i.e., external and psychic elements of matter. REFLECTIONS (i)¬†It is the coming together of the imaginary and real-world… Continue reading Sartrean Cogitations – II

Sartrean Cogitations – I

We may therefore conclude that imagination is not an empirical power added to consciousness, but it is the whole of consciousness as it realizes freedom. Jean-Paul Sartre Jean-Paul Sarte's The Imaginary: A Phenomenological Psychology of the Imagination¬†(1940), outlines the mandatory stage i.e., the inquiry into imagination which carefully discerns nothingness that consciousness fabricates and the… Continue reading Sartrean Cogitations – I