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The Feel of the Past

Sartre on Memory and Imagination

Kathleen Lennon

. But I surpass such perception by imagining in those marks the face. Here, I have gone beyond what is presented to me to create an image of something. When Sartre discusses the performance artist Franconay, we initially see ‘a small stout brunette woman

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Sartre and Heidegger on Social Deformation and the Anthropocene

Paul Gyllenhammer

fault, but because being and job performance can never fully coincide. There is a similar dilemma for the woman who is confused on a date and for the homosexual who cannot come to terms with the facticity of his being. These examples highlight the

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Contemporary “Structures” of Racism

A Sartrean Contribution to Resisting Racial Injustice

Justin I. Fugo

assigned the same grade to everyone regardless of how much effort they put in, or the quality of the work they produce. It would be unfair precisely because effort and quality performance are relevant to moral desert. The reality is, we determine the moral

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Book Reviews

Robert Boncardo, Jean-Pierre Boulé, Nik Farrell Fox, and Daniel O'Shiel

and penetrating analysis of Sartre's shifting perspective on the Freudian Unconscious and psychoanalytical methods, Adrian van den Hoven's ‘Sartre's conception of theater: Theory and practice’ elaborates the writing and performances of Sartre's plays

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Existential Psychoanalysis and Sociogeny

Thomas Meagher

symbolic expressions of an antiblack world call for extraordinary performances whose demands severely strain mental health. Thus, Fanon's method resembles existential psychoanalysis insofar as it demonstrates how concrete manifestations of Black agency and

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Beauvoir and Writing as the Creation of the Self

Memoirs, Diaries, Biography

Liesbeth Schoonheim

thought. Diary of a Philosophy Student, 1928–1929 Beauvoir kept a diary during various period in her life in which she documented, on a daily basis, which books she read, which performances, films, and exhibitions she attended, and with whom she

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Sartre and Beauvoir on Women's Psychological Oppression

Mary Edwards

passive that erotic thoughts assist women workers with the performance of repetitive physical actions in Sartre's view. However: The truth is that when the woman worker thinks she is escaping from herself, she is really finding an indirect way of