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  1. She Came to Stay by Simone de Beauvoir, Simone de Beauvoir, 1999-07-01
  2. All Said and Done by Simone de Beauvoir, 1993-03
  3. All Men Are Mortal by Simone de Beauvoir, 1992-05-17
  4. A Transatlantic Love Affair: Letters to Nelson Algren by Simone de Beauvoir, Nelson Algren, et all 1999-09-01
  5. Tete-a-Tete: Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre by Hazel Rowley, 2005-10-01
  6. Memoires D'une Jeune Fille Rangee (Folio) by Simone de Beauvoir, 2008-01
  7. Woman Destroyed (Pantheon Modern Writers) by Simone de Beauvoir, 1987-08-12
  8. The Coming of Age by Simone de Beauvoir, 1996-06-17
  9. The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir, 2010-04-13
  10. Must We Burn De Sade? by Simone de Beauvoir, 2010-07-01
  11. The Mandarins by Simone de Beauvoir, 1999-07-01
  12. The Ethics Of Ambiguity by Simone de Beauvoir, 2000-06-01
  13. The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir, 1989-12-17
  14. Letters to Sartre by Simone de Beauvoir, 1993-05-03

1. Philosophers : Simone De Beauvoir
Simone De Beauvoir. French Existentialist, Writer, and Social Essayist. 19081986. De Beauvoir grew up in a respected borgeois family
Simone De Beauvoir
French Existentialist, Writer, and Social Essayist
De Beauvoir grew up in a respected borgeois family, the eldest of two daughters. She adopted atheism while still an adolescent, and decided to devote her life to writing and studying. She graduated from the Sorbonne in 1929, writing a thesis on Leibniz. Philosophy was, for her a discussion and study of the essentials of existence though she was also fascinated by beauty and aesthetics. De Beauvoir taught high school while developing the basis for her philosophical thought between 1931 and 1943. Following in the tradition of the 18th century 'gadfly' philosophe's, De Beauvoir used her background in formal philosophy to voice her sentiments on feminism and existentialism. Jean-Paul Sartre and De beauvoir met after her studies in the Sorbonne, the beginning of a friendship which lasted until his death in 1980. This period began what she described as a 'moral' phase of life; the culmination of which was her most important philosophical work, The Ethics of Ambiguity(1948). She began the phase with an essay entitled Pyrrhus et Cineas(1944), and the earlier novel called L'Envitee(1943). No doubt born of the confusion and madness of WWII, De Beauvoir included in her Ethics Sartre's ontology of being-for-itself and being-in-itself. She also draws heavily on his conception of human beings as creatures who are free. Freedom of choice, humanity's utmost value, is the criterion for morality and immorality in one's acts. Good acts increase one's freedom, while bad ones limit that freedom.

2. Simone De Beauvoir
Simone de Beauvoir was born in Paris into a bourgeois family. Her father was a lawyer, whose fortunes declined after World War I
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Simone de Beauvoir (1908-1986) - in full Simone Lucie-Ernestine-Marie-Bertrand de Beauvoir French philosopher, novelist, and essayist, who was concerned with safety for factory workers, abortion rights for women, rights of the elderly, and the social status of women. Beauvoir was a lifelong companion of Jean-Paul Sartre and vice versa. Her two volume treatise (1949, The Second Sex) is among the most widely read feminist documents. Beauvoir once stated: "When we abolish the slavery of half of humanity, together with the whole system of hypocrisy that it implies, then the "division" of humanity will reveal its genuine significance and the human couple will find its true form." Simone de Beauvoir was born in Paris into a bourgeois family. Her father was a lawyer, whose fortunes declined after World War I, and her mother was a devout Roman Catholic, who raised her daughters in a strict, traditional mode. Beauvoir began to write when she was eight years old. She was educated in private institutions and as an adolescent she rejected the religious and social values of her family. Beauvoir studied philosophy at the Sorbonne, and met Sartre there in 1929, joining his circle. At the age of 21 she passed the difficult final examination, From 1931 to 1943 she taught philosophy in several schools in Marseille, Rouen and Paris, and was professor at the Sorbonne from 1941 to 1943. During the Nazi occupation of France, Beauvoir apparently was not involved with the activities of the Resistance, and she continued to work without opposition from the Germans. In 1945 she published

3. Simone De Beauvoir - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Simone de Beauvoir January 9 April 14 French author ... feminist Born Simone Lucie-Ernestine-Marie-Bertrand de Beauvoir in Paris, France , she studied at the Sorbonne where she met lifelong companion Jean-Paul Sartre . In 1981 she wrote A Farewell to Sartre ), a painful account of Sartre's last years. She has come to be seen as the mother of post-1968 feminism , with philosophical writings linked to Sartrian existentialism . She is best known for her work The Second Sex Le Deuxième Sexe , 1949) which contained detailed analysis of women's oppression. In The Second Sex , she ascribes women's oppression mainly to the essential sexual differences between men and women, and how they experience sex. One of her most interesting arguments is that, throughout history, women have been considered the deviation, the abnormality. Even Mary Wollstonecraft considers men to be the ideal which women should apsire to be. Simone de Beauvoir says this has held back women. It has maintained the perception that women are a deviation from the normal, that they are outsiders attempting to emulate normality. She says that, for feminism to move forward, they need to break out of this assumption. Other major works: She Came to Stay Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter Memoires d'une jeune fille rangée Simone de Beauvoir died on April 14 and was interred in

4. Simone De Beauvoir
SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR. A brief biography of Simone de Beauvoir This site includes an extensive listing of her works. Existentialism and Simone de Beauvoir.

Simone de Beauvoir in Relation to Howard Gardner s Model of Creativity EDP 380, FALL, 1996 Molly Beverstein. Simone de Beauvoir was born January 9, 1908.
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When Simone de Beauvoir died in Paris in 1986, the wreath of obituaries almost universally spoke of her as the 'mother' of contemporary feminism and its major twentieth century theoretician. De Beauvoir, it was implied as much as stated, was the mother-figure to generations of women, a symbol of all that they could be, and a powerful demonstration of a life of freedom and autonomy (Evans 1). This quotation by author Mary Evans effectively summarizes the powerful impact that Simone de Beauvoir had on both the evolution of feminism, and the literary world. For her efforts to heighten sexual equality through writing she was awarded the celebrated French prize "the Prix Goncourt" in 1954, and in 1974 she was given the Jerusalem Prize for leaders who have promoted the freedom of the individual. Her devotion to the rights of women and the principles of existentialism are materialized in her written works, political actions, and personal lifestyle, leaving behind a fascinating legacy in regard to the notion of creativity.
Simone de Beauvoir was born January 9, 1908. She was the first child of a white middle class Catholic family living in Paris; and her birth order was one of the key facilitator s of her early intellectual growth. She was followed by one sister; and given this position in the family, de Beauvoir was treated as a honorary son. Thus, during her early childhood she received much of the privileged attention normally reserved for males, which led to the keen development of de Beauvoir's intellectual capabilities. She once wrote, "Papa used to say with pride: Simone has a man's brain; she thinks like a man: she is man" (Okely 23). Hence, the absence of a brother in her life provided the foundation for the nourishing of her creative talents.

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Simone de Beauvoir on socialism and feminism extract from The Second Sex, brought to you by Simone de Beauvoir. On Socialism and Feminism.
Simone de Beauvoir On Socialism and Feminism Engels retraces the history of woman ... in The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State Origin of the Family that 'at present we know nothing about it'; not only is he ignorant of the historical details: he does not even suggest any interpretation. Similarly, it is not clear that the institution of private property must necessarily have involved the enslavement of women. Historical materialism takes for granted facts that call for explanation: Engels assumes without discussion the bond of interest which ties man to property; but where does this interest, the source of social institutions, have its own source? Thus Engels's account remains superficial, and the truths that he does reveal are seemingly contingent, incidental. The fact is that we cannot plumb their meaning without going beyond the limits of historical materialism. It cannot provide solutions for the problems we have raised, because these concern the whole man and not that abstraction : Homo oeconomicus La Terre et les rêveries de fa volonté makes among others a suggestive study of the blacksmith. He shows how man, through the hammer and the anvil, asserts himself and his individuality. 'The blacksmith's instant is an instant at once well marked off and magnified. It promotes the worker to the mastery of time, through the forcefulness of an instant' (P. 142); and farther on: 'The man at the forge accepts the challenge of the universe arrayed against him.']

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Simone de Beauvoir Biografisk bakgrund. beauvoir simone de Det andra könet AWE/Gebers, 1986, Fjärde upplagan (Le Deuxième Sexe, Gallimard, 1949).

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fördjupning av Lina Isaksson ht 1997 Innehållsförteckning
1. Innehållsförteckning
2. Inledning
2.1. Metoder
3. Simone de Beauvoir- Biografisk bakgrund
4. Existensfilosifi och fenomenologi
4.1. Existenstialismen
4.2. Fenomenologin
5. Jean-Paul Sartres fenomenologiska existensfilosofi 5.1. Varat 5.2. Intet 5.3. Frihet 5.4. Vara-för-andra och de mellanmänskliga relationerna 6. Simone de Beauvoirs fenomenologiska existensfilosofi 6.1. Frihet och Situation 6.2. Beauvoirs existenstialistiska moral 6.3. Begär efter vara 7. Det andra könet 7.1. Subjekt och Objekt 7.2. Historien; Hur kvinnan blev den Andre och hur kvinnoförtrycket uppstod 7.3. Herre-slav-dialektiken 7.4. Varför kvinnan aldrig gjort revolt 7.5. Autenticiteten och det ömsesidiga erkännandet 8. Sammanfattning 9. Källförteckning Inledning Jag hade precis, månaden innan, avslutat läsningen av Åsa Mobergs "Simone och jag" när vi, på filosofin, blev ombedda att välja ett område att fördjupa oss och skriva ett arbete om. Valet blev då ganska lätt eftersom Simone de Beauvoirs liv fascinerat mig i och med läsningen av hennes biografi. Eftersom denna (biografin) inte tog upp så mycket av vad hennes filosofi gick ut på skulle jag vilja ta reda på detta, samt vilka hon påverkades av? Hur sann är uppfattningen (som jag har uppfattat som ganska vanlig) att Beauvoir var Sartres ständige och osjälvständige följeslagare?

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Simone de Beauvoir activist, existentialist and feminist. One is not born, but rather becomes a woman - The Second Sex. The idea
The Ethics of Ambiguity The Second Sex Was she a philosopher? Most important works ... email me
Simone de Beauvoir - activist, existentialist and feminist
"One is not born, but rather becomes a woman"
The Second Sex
The idea that defines all humanism is that the world is not a given world, foreign to man, one to which he has to force himself to yield from without
Ethics of Ambiguity

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13. Existentialism And Simone De Beauvoir By Katharena Eiermann, Simone De Beauvoir,
Katharena Eiermann's tribute to Existentialist simone de beauvoir. Site includes biography, essays, articles, photo, and links to related sites on the WWW.
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existentialism and Simone de Beauvoir
Life and Times Quotations Books and Reviews Realm of Existentialism ... French Literature "In order for the artist to have a world to express he must first be situated in this world, oppressed or oppressing, resigned or rebellious, a man among men." Available Books by Simone Beauvoir The Second Sex All Men Are Mortal The Woman Destroyed She Came to Stay A Very Easy Death Adieux: A Farewell to Sartre Irrational Man : A Study in Existential Philosophy
For those of you who want to learn a lot about existentialism, and/or those of you who find Husserl, Heidegger, and Sartre to be dauntingly difficult and/or time-consuming, this book is hands-down the best. Written in the late 1950's, "Irrational Man" is largely responsible for introducing existentialism to America. Barret provides excellent summaries of the work of all of the major figures in existentialism (with the exception of Merleau-Ponty) and brilliantly integrates their work within Western literary, religious, artistic, and philosophical traditions. Barret provides great insight on the roots of existentialism in the history of Western civilization, and in doing so also constructs a highly informative narrative about that history itself.

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The life and work of simone de beauvoir from the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at Virginia Tech University.
    Simone de Beauvoir
    A fairly comprehensive bibliography of both primary and secondary sources on deBeauvoir is available here The Second Sex. Trans. H.M. Parshley. New York: Vintage, 1989.
    Secondary Sources
    Bergoffen, Debra. The Philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir: Gendered Phenomenologies, Erotic Generosities. New York: SUNY Press, Jan. 1997. Evans, Mary. Simone de Beauvoir, A Feminist Mandarin. Evans, Mary. Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex: New Interdisciplinary Essays. Fallaize, Elizabeth, ed. Simone de Beauvoir: A Critical Reader. Routledge, 1998. Hewitt, Leah D. Keefe, Terry. Simone de Beauvoir. Mahon, Joseph. Existentialism, Feminism and Simone de Beauvoir. Moi, Toril. Feminist Theory and Simone de Beauvoir. Pilardi, Jo-Ann. Simone de Beuvoir Writing the Self: Philosophy Becomes Autobiography. Praeger Publishers, 1998. Schwarzer, Alice. After The Second Sex: Conversations with Simone de Beauvoir. Trans. Marianne Howarth. 1984. Schwarzer, Alice. Simone de Beauvoir Today: Conversations, 1972-1982.

15. Existentialism And Simone De Beauvoir
Existentialism, simone de beauvoir. simone de beauvoir, existentialist, historian, feminist, and author. Books simone de beauvoir.
Simone de Beauvoir
Biography Commentary Chronology Works ... Resources Please consider supporting my efforts to create the most complete introduction to existentialism available on the Web. Do not use this site as a study guide. The profiles appearing within this Web site are revised regularly. The pages are sometimes posted unedited or appear in outline form. My opinions constitute a small portion of this site. These documents contain excerpts from the works of others; I cite these works and encourage others to read them in their entirety. Read books about these individuals . The incomplete nature of my Web site might result in misunderstanding the profiled individuals.
Simone de Beauvoir was born in Paris, on January 9, 1908. Her life closely parallels that of her colleague, friend, and lover Jean-Paul Sartre . Her life is well documented, due to her many autobiographical works. These works also follow the lives of Sartre Albert Camus , and other prominent philosophers of the twentieth century.
The War Years
Possibly the most influential work by Sartre Being and Nothingness , was published in 1943. As noted in the commentaries in the following section of this document, there is some debate as to Simone de Beauvoir's influence upon Sartre. Did this work, edited by de Beauvoir, shape her thoughts, or are the marks of her intellect to be found in Sartre's great work? That scholars still debate the role each played in the other's works is indicative of how closely they were linked.

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careers. simone de beauvoir. by Tarraugh Flaherty. In 1908, simone de beauvoir was born on Boulavard Raspail in 1908. Her
Women's Intellectual Contributions to the Study of Mind and Society Students, as part of an advanced seminar, examined and wrote about the lives of these women, their intellectual contributions, and the unique impact and special problems that being female had on their careers.
Simone de Beauvoir
by Tarraugh Flaherty
In 1908, Simone de Beauvoir was born on Boulavard Raspail in 1908. Her father had a great desire to work in theatre. However, because of his position in society he was expected to become a lawyer. He did so, but hated it. Incidentally, he had noble ties (although he was not considered a 'lord') which incidentally why Simone has the 'de' in her name. Her mother was a strict Catholic from a bourgeois family. People say that Simone was inspired to become an intellect because she was caught between her father's pagan morals and her mother's rigid religious standards. When Simone was two and a half her sister, Poupette, was born. They became and stayed friends for life. Simone was content as a child and once wrote, "I thought it was a remarkable coincidence that heaven should have given me just these parents, this sister this life." What had been an important and strong relationship with God slowly dwindled, as Simone became more and more interested in nature. She came to the realization that earthly joys are not to be given up (as her religion espoused) but instead, to be appreciated. This way of thinking changed Simone for life. She lived passionately and for the moment. In giving up religion she gave up the idea of living for eternity. She also developed a deep sense of aloneness, without a 'witness' or a god to talk to. This feeling lasted for quite some time as well.

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18. Simone De Beauvoir, Mémorialiste
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Simone de Beauvoir, Mémorialiste
Il existe des livres qui sont des compagnons de route, des livres que nous aimons lire et relire afin d’y trouver les mots qui reflètent nos expériences. Pour ma part, les Mémoires d’une jeune fille rangée et La Force de l’âge font partie de cette catégorie d’ouvrages. Ils m’ont accompagné toute une partie de mon adolescence et c’est tout naturellement que je les ai choisis afin de rédiger mon mémoire de maîtrise de lettres modernes. Pour le grand public, Simone de Beauvoir est la compagne de Sartre, une brillante intellectuelle qui a posé les bases du féminisme dans le Deuxième Sexe. Pourtant son œuvre autobiographique tenait une place essentielle dans sa vie pour ne pas dire qu’elle fut un véritable projet de vie. Elle se serait sûrement reconnue dans les propos récents d’une autre autobiographe : Annie Ernaux : Et le véritable but de ma vie est peut-être seulement celui-ci : que mon corps, mes sensations et mes pensées deviennent de l’écriture c’est-à-dire quelque chose d’intelligible et de général, mon existence complètement dissoute dans la tête et la vie des autres. L’événement , Annie Ernaux, édition Gallimard 2000 A la lecture de ses mémoires, Simone de Beauvoir nous apparaît comme une femme sensible ; éprise d’absolu. C’est toute la richesse de cet ouvrage de nous faire découvrir la « vraie » Simone de Beauvoir, une femme écrivain qui était bien plus que la prêtresse du féminisme.

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Biograf­a de la escritora y pensadora francesa.


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Simone de Beauvoir Su primera novela, "La invitada", ofrece un enfoque novedoso en cuanto al tratamiento psicológico de los personajes. "la sangre de los otros" y "Todos los hombres son mortales" ilustran la temática existencialista al defender la inutilidad de toda empresa humana. Su ensayo "El segundo sexo", centrado en la reivindicación femenina, y "Los mandarines", premio Goucourt 1954, que es una crónica basada en los intelectuales de izquierda de la posguerra, fueron prohibidos por la Iglesia Católica. Sus obras sobrepasan claramente el existencialismo o el feminismo anecdótico en el que muchas veces se le ha pretendido encasillar y ejemplos claros de ello son obras como "Memorias de una joven de buena familia", "La fuerza de la edad", "La fuerza de las cosas" o "Para una moral de la ambigüedad".

20. French Postwar Thought - Beavoir
Interview avec P. VianssonPont©, in Le Monde 10-11 janvier 1978.
Entretien avec Simone de Beauvoir Interview by P. Viansson-Ponté in Le Monde 10-11 janvier 1978, pp. 1-2 PIERRE VIANSSON-PONTÉ. - « On ne naît pas femme: on le devient.» C'était l'une des idées centrales du Deuxième Sexe. Trente ans après, maintenez-vous cette formule? SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR. - Je la maintiens tout à fait. Tout ce que j'ai lu, vu, appris pendant ces trente années m'a complètement confirmé dans cette idée. On fabrique la fémininité comme on fabrique d'ailleurs la masculinité, la virilité. Il y a eu beaucoup d'études très intéressantes de psychanalystes, de psychologues, ou autres, pour démontrer ce fait. En particulier, le livre d'une Italienne, Belotti, Du côté des petites filles , qui a montré d'une façon très détaillée, à partir d'une expérience de femme qui a travaillé dans des maternelles ou auprès de jeunes mères, que l'éducation de l'enfant, garçon ou fille, est différente dès les premières années. Elle diffère par exemple dans la manière de donner le sein à l'enfant, dans la manière de le traiter. Et puis, quand il devient un peu plus grand, on ne lui parle pas de la même façon, on lui dit: «Un petit garçon doit faire cela» ou bien «une petite fille doit faire cela», et ainsi de suite. Ce livre montre très bien comment on fabrique la fémininité qu'on nous présente comme une espèce d'instinct et de donnée et comment on fabrique également la masculinité. Quand un petit garçon de cinq ou six ans veut faire la cuisine, on lui dit: «Ce n'est pas à toi de le faire, c'est un travail de petite fille.»

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