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Paul Gyllenhammer

that urban centers produce consumer classes that raise the overall Gross World Product. Also, a commodity culture, given its international make-up, is seen from the modern view as an advancement because people are increasingly independent from local

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Matthew Eshleman

solidarity in Being and Nothingness leaves ample room for rational reconstruction and has struck many readers as somewhat thin, it is, nonetheless, an account of solidarity that pins the oppression of the working class on the starched shirts of the

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Kathleen Lennon

of which are established in white culture as signs of class, like the ‘executive’ and the Ivy League student; some of which are marked as feminine, ranging from high drag to butch queen; and some of them, like that of the ‘bangie’, are taken from

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Deborah Evans

cannot dissociate these individual acts from the wider collective global project to establish Sharia law. This project has been led by the emergence of an educated middle class in the Arab-Muslim world. For many, the project of jihad and the creation of a

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Revisiting Existential Marxism

A Reply to Alfred Betschart

Ronald Aronson

historical-materialist conception of the relation between economics, politics, and culture, its understanding of social class, and its fundamentally democratic commitment. Moreover, there was something profound in common between Sartre's bedrock understanding

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John Ireland and Constance Mui

principally to highlight its limitations and insufficiencies. Sartre saw groups, not classes, as agents of change; he did not believe in a dialectics of nature. He had serious doubts about Marx as an economist and as the leader of a political party. For

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Love and Violence

Sartre and the Ethics of Need

Katharine Wolfe

midst amongst ourselves, leading to an end to class antagonisms. At the heart of this process lies the potential for this dialectical movement to generate a new form of subjectivity—that of the “fused group.” 13 This form of subjectivity changes us in

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Counter-Violence and Islamic Terrorism

Is Liberation without Freedom Possible?

Maria Russo

have enjoyed the same resonance as a militant class struggle. Before moving ahead, I must clarify what Sartre does mean when he speaks about oppression, at least within Notebooks . Oppression in Sartre: It Is Not All a Matter of Historical Dialectic

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Jean-Paul Sartre

The Russian Teatr Interviews of 1956 and 1962

Dennis A. Gilbert and Diana L. Burgin

dramatists who write for and speak to the working class; 3) Foreign influences on French theater, in particular the plays of Bertolt Brecht and Anton Chekhov. A few months after the publication of this first Russian interview in early 1956, Sartre

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A Malady of the Left and an Ethics of Communism

Badiouian Diagnosis, Lacanian Cure, Sartrean Responsibility

Andrey Gordienko

responsibility presupposes that individuals necessarily internalise the practico-inert exigencies of the socioeconomic system, which determines each individual's role in terms of class interest. On the other hand, the existentialist-moral conception presupposes