Reading Sartre

Reading Sartre Reading Sartre is an indispensable resource forastudents of phenomenology existentialism ethics and aesthetics and anyone interested in the relationship between phenomenology and analytic philosoph

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  • Title: Reading Sartre
  • Author: Jonathan Webber
  • ISBN: 9780203844144
  • Page: 246
  • Format: ebook
  • Reading Sartre is an indispensable resource forastudents of phenomenology, existentialism, ethics and aesthetics, and anyone interested in the relationship between phenomenology and analytic philosophy Specially commissioned chapters examine SartreOCOs achievements, and considerahis importance to contemporary philosophy.

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    1. Thus she claims that the human being is a project, a being that is what it is not and is not what it is, a being who must transcend himself all the while wanting to be.A challenging read, but contains some of the finest essays I have read on Sartrean existentialism so far. Christine Daigle's The ethics of authenticity was tremendous in its exploration of interpersonal relations positing and maintaining the Hegelian stance of selfhood as a social and dialogic construction. But what I particularly [...]

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