**ARE we ever truly and completely happy? Seems like a cycle**
**Sartre says there is no truly satisfying neutral middle ground** You just keep moving back and
forth between two extremes
He says you have a consciousness of the other’s gaze not just your own that you are
bleeding out of.
Doesn’t have to be two eyes looking at you to be felt, (examples: if you’re a soldier in
enemy territory and you’re crawling through a forest, the house can look up at you on the
hill) you walk around with that sense of vulnerability
**Is there a way Sartre offers a solution to this?** You can agree or disagree but go deeper into
1) Recall 1 attitude towards others (love, masochism)
2) 2 attitude towards others
b. Sexual desire
1) Fundamental existential insecurity – my reality (for others) escapes me when you see
someone else peeking through a hole in a door. It’s like your reality hemorrhaging.
a. You want to captivate that person, so you make yourself seductive so you are a