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Des situations-limites au dépassement de la situation

Phénoménologie d’un concept sartrien

Grégory Cormann and Jérôme Englebert

, Generation Existential. Heidegger’s Philosophy in France, 1927-1961 (Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2005), 44. Wahl et Marcel se connaissaient bien. Premier et deuxième de l’agrégation de philosophie en 1910, ils se sont surtout rapprochés dans les

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Sartre in Austria

Boycott, Scandals, and the Fight for Peace

Juliane Werner

unnatural snobbery and unfruitful philosophy” (3 January 1953). The Österreichische Zeitung too is relieved that Sartre has gotten over the “meagerness of his thoughts” (16 December 1950) and has overcome his mistakes: his disregard for the powers of

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Chiara Collamati

Translator : Marieke Mueller and Kate Kirkpatrick

of thought (i.e. as practice of philosophy, in both respects of the genitive) is at the heart of Sartre’s writing in the 1960s and is very much crystallised in the production of the Critique of Dialectical Reason . 2 The act of putting reason to

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Sarah Richmond

entire contingency of being and must be accepted as something given. TN: Sartre is alluding to Pascal's criticism of Descartes, at §77 of his Pensées (translated as Pascal 1995): ‘I cannot forgive Descartes. In all his philosophy he would have been

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Paul Jankowski, Clifford Rosenberg, and Rebecca Pulju

workers, as debt made them less likely to risk a strike. Trumbull contrasts this philosophy with that of American unions, who saw credit as a means for workers to acquire access to goods, and something that could actually help during a strike, as it was a

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The Art of Revolutionary Praxis

Ghosting a History without Shadows

Duane H. Davis

, Politics and Political Thought . ‘There is a truth of the Marxist critique of science and a truth of ideology that philosophy must appropriate.’ This would require ‘a new idea of dialectic and a new ontology.’ 49 But one might also say that every tradition

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Love and Violence

Sartre and the Ethics of Need

Katharine Wolfe

—exemplified by what he calls, echoing a certain strand of racist and colonialist logic that has long marred philosophy, “societies with no history” or “societies based on repetition”—to a dynamic world marked by ongoing, dialectical change, begins in responding

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‘This Is a Farce’

Sartrean Ethics in History, 1938–1948 – From Kantian Universalism to Derision

Juliette Simont

Translator : Ârash Aminian Tabrizi

beyond History and ethics. This freedom goes hand in hand with some kind of irreducible absurdity and contingency. This movement is not Kantian at all but is actually specific to Sartre’s time and his own philosophy. The same operator is used in the

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L'Image entre le corps et l'esprit

Le Mémoire de fin d'études de Sartre

Vincent de Coorebyter

'un bref passage cité par Sartre (84) : « les images sont semblables à des sensations, sauf qu'elles sont immatérielles ». Comme le souligne Sartre, l'idée selon laquelle l'image est une trace sensorielle sous-tend aussi bien des philosophies dualistes ou

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From In-Itself to Practico-Inert

Freedom, Subjectivity and Progress

Kimberly S. Engels

totalizing movement and thereby will achieve results opposed to those which it sought: this will be a method, a theory, etc. But one can also foresee how its partial aspect will later be broken down by a new generation and how, within a Marxist philosophy, it