ABSTRACT. Sartre argues that perceptual experience has an active dimension, in that it is a way of interacting and dealing with the world. Sartre considers our talk of character traits to refer not to present facts about a person, but to that person's past behaviour. Sartre considers action to be free in a sense that requires the falsehood of all forms of psychological determinism.



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