‘All these questions, which refer us to a pure and not a necessary reflection, can find their reply only on the ethical plane. We shall devote to them a future work.’ There are few more (in-)famous ‘last words’ than those with which Sartre concluded Being and Nothingness in 1943. The ‘ethical question’ continued to preoccupy Sartre, in one form or another, for the rest of his life, and has recently become a renewed focus for critical enquiry on the part of Sartrologues, with the publication in 1991 of L’Espoir maintenant and its subsequent translation into English.

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Sartre Studies International

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Existentialism and Contemporary Culture

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