Consciousness and facticity of the being : alienation and alterity : a study about Pirandello, Moravia and Sartre works

Abstract : My thesis concerns the links between the literary works of Pirandello, Moravia and Sartre. I analyze the formation of Pirandello in the 19th century and the evolution of his proposal around the role of consciousness, its characteristics and the relation with its own body and the world of objects and others. Madness appears to have a position of privilege in order to reach an authentic existence. Moravia took back Pirandello's theory in his books and he developed an internal life description on contemporary man in connection with his society. Sartre, who read Pirandello and was a Moravia's friend, developed the importance of different consciousness' states (such as boredom, nausea or indifference) that are at the origin of moral projects.
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Alessandro Buratti. Consciousness and facticity of the being : alienation and alterity : a study about Pirandello, Moravia and Sartre works. Literature. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2015. Italian. ⟨NNT : 2015GREAL005⟩. ⟨tel-01396375⟩

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