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John Ireland and Constance Mui

, is nevertheless perceptible in Sartre's investment and unassailable faith in literary writing. Other articles revisit Sartre's ontology and his early incursions into phenomenology. Ronald Santoni takes up the problem of our fundamental desire to be

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John Gillespie and Sarah Richmond

, looks at desire and sadism, examining the latter’s patterns in his sexual relationships, and finding a move towards Simone de Beauvoir’s position as expressed in her book on Sade about the ‘ambiguous unity’ of the sexual relationship. Freedom, counter

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John Gillespie and Katherine Morris

are and how we understand ourselves, pervaded by gendered expectations that shape our desires, while also undermining our affection?’, and notes that they also ‘further bolster the case that Beauvoir is not reducible to La Grande Sartreuse and