Search Results

You are looking at 101 - 110 of 125 items for :

  • French Studies x
  • All content x
Clear All
Restricted access

Your Past Comes Back to Haunt You

Sartre on Pure Reflection in Response to Husserl & Levinas

Curtis Sommerlatte

(Ibid., 37). Cf. Husserl, Cartesian Meditations , 109. 93 Ibid. 156. 94 Sartre, TE , 6. 95 Sartre, BN , 110. 96 The following discussion is indebted to Paul V. Spade, “Sartre's Being and Nothingness : Class Lecture Notes”, Bloomington, IN

Restricted access

Michael Spanu and Jean-Marie Seca

observés peuvent être classés en deux types : ceux qui viennent voir un groupe qu’ils connaissent déjà (la majorité des présents en général) et ceux qui viennent prendre un verre et découvrir des groupes (les « simples spectateurs »). Dans le premier type

Restricted access

Féministes et républicaines

Parcours de femmes à l’origine du CNFF (1880–1901)

Yolande Cohen

, la très grande majorité des protestants français ont été favorables à la République et peuvent être classés comme des libéraux en politique 37 , ce libéralisme ne se traduit pas par un libéralisme théologique. Paradoxalement, ce sont les partisans du

Restricted access

Amy Kallander

upon an urban location and disposable income that was class-specific, her distinction from older women was further demarcated by an idealization of romance where “love is no longer a taboo subject” and in marriage, “eighty-eight percent chose the man

Restricted access

Frédéric Viguier

important topic: Moroccans used to be under the rule of colonialism, they would say, but they were now under the rule of their Francophone upper classes. At times, people who were very upset about the situation of education in their country would even

Restricted access

Alfred Betschart

claims. 9 Whereas in Marxist theory, classes are the prime agents of history, they are reduced to what Sartre calls “series” in the Critique . Classes do not act in Sartre's eyes; at best they form milieus. In this way, Sartre implicitly contests the

Restricted access

Nadia Malinovich

transitioned with relative ease from their countries of origin into the American middle class. It was from the perspective of their successful integration into American society that most of these individuals became involved with the Friend s . Feeling that

Restricted access

Does the City of Ends Correspond to a Classless Society?

A New Idea of Democracy in Sartre's Hope Now

Maria Russo

they go to vote. Universal suffrage does not imply a sharing of feelings, and voting cannot be effective if it is an isolated act in the life of a person. That does not get very far. It no longer makes sense to refer to the concept of class

Restricted access

Rapping French Cities in the 1990s

Blurring Marseille and Brightening Paris in Contested Processes of Boundary Making

Joseph Downing

assume that because Marseille has many long-standing working-class neighborhoods deeply rooted in the city's history and more poor residents still living in the city's center people there do not experience their urban environment as strongly demarcated by

Restricted access

Educating Women, Recasting Patriarchy

Becoming Modern in Colonial Morocco

Etty Terem

system provided segregated education along religious, ethnic, and class lines. In 1912, French-run primary schools were created for Muslim boys. These schools promoted vocational and technical training, and provided, besides elementary tutoring in French