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Matthew C. Eshleman

translation, but perhaps for the occasion of the translation. It consists of mostly historical facts and dainty biographical details that largely skirt Sartre's philosophy with one puzzling exception: Rée arbitrarily claims that the title of Being and

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Adrian van den Hoven

Richmond bases her translation on Gallimard's Collection Tel paperback edition, first published in 1976 and edited by Arlette Elkaïm-Sartre. Of course, Sarah Richmond has a huge advantage over Hazel Barnes. She has an Honours BA in French and Philosophy

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Noel N. Sauer

,” The British Journal of Aesthetics , 10, no. 4 (1970): 326. 5 Edward S. Casey, “Sartre on Imagination,” in The Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre , ed. P.A. Schilpp (La Salle, IL: Open Court, 1981), 150. 6 Cam Clayton, “The Psychical Analogon in Sartre

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Contemporary “Structures” of Racism

A Sartrean Contribution to Resisting Racial Injustice

Justin I. Fugo

Racism in the “Heart”?,” The Journal of Social Philosophy , 33 (2002), 415. 7 See Albert Atkin, The Philosophy of Race (New York: Taylor & Francis, 2012), particularly Chapter 1; and Naomi Zack, Philosophy of Science and Race (New York: Taylor

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‘Master, Slave and Merciless Struggle’

Sin and Lovelessness in Sartre's Saint Genet

Kate Kirkpatrick

intermediary as a transcendence which is not mine ’ ( BN , 294). In the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on Jean-Paul Sartre Thomas Flynn claims that Sartre's concept of ‘positive reciprocity’ (from the use of which, he claims, ‘feminist

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Challenging the Absurd?

Sartre’s Article on Kafka and the Fantastic

Jo Bogaerts

of Sartre’s earliest contributions of literary criticism were first written as public lectures when he taught philosophy at a lycée in Le Havre in 1934–1935. 2 What is striking about these journal articles is how responsive they are to the

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Accounting for Imaginary Presence

Husserl and Sartre on the Hyle of Pure Imagination

Di Huang

of Philosophy 38, no.2 (2008): 219–245, here 237–239, ; Kenneth Williford, ‘Husserl's Hyletic Data and Phenomenal Consciousness’, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 12, no. 3 (2013): 501–519, here 507

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Paul Gyllenhammer

Gods and Technology , 84. 14 In a curious part of The Philosophy of Right , Hegel explains how production in a civil society goes on “ ad infinitum ” and has no “qualitative limits” (sec. 195). He also explains how misery, poverty and conflict arise in

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Jean-Pierre Boulé

: Gallimard, 1976), 147. 2 Christina Howells, ‘Sartre: Desiring the Impossible’, in Philosophy and Desire , ed. Hugh J. Silverman (London: Routledge, 2000): 85–95 (91). 3 Serge Doubrovsky, ‘Sartre: Retouches à un autoportrait (une autobiographie visqueuse

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Mindfulness Meditation

A Sartrean Analysis

Dane Sawyer

Sartre’s distinction between pre-reflective and reflective consciousness is a welcome antidote to the heavy emphasis on the cognitive faculties throughout the history of philosophy, but he probably underestimates how much of our experience and engagement