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Daniel O'Shiel

's philosophy, to the extent that the issue required a fresh look. 1 Her article outlines a key ambivalent dynamic that has rightly become known as one of the most important and rather unique Sartrean elements, something which she summarises well as a kind of

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

Sartre are equally concerned with the construction of communities that can help individuals secure and cultivate their freedom. While everything separates Spinoza and Sartre's philosophies at the metaphysical level, Eksen argues that the two thinkers can

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Peter Hudson

postgraduate students, and his book The Eye of the Needle was well received, as was his article in Radical Philosophy . But I suspect far fewer were aware of his deep interest in Mao and the Chinese Cultural Revolution (still – depending on how one

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Damon Boria, Thomas Meagher, Adrian van den Hoven, and Matthew C. Eshleman

substantive issues. These intervals set up several chapters and offer critical discussions of Sartre’s philosophy that, while perhaps essential reading for those less familiar, merit the attention of Sartre experts as well. The fifth interval, which argues

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Katrin Röder and Christoph Singer

limited to their repressive function. They represent an aesthetic mode and have formative effects, constituting and shaping forms of life, bodies, selves, philosophies of government, but also verbal texts and works of visual and musical art. 24 Stephen

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Sociality, Seriousness, and Cynicism

A Response to Ronald Santoni on Bad Faith

Jonathan Webber

Ronald Santoni was already firmly in the firmament of stellar Sartre scholars by the time I started reading and puzzling over Sartre's philosophy more than two decades ago. My understanding of Sartre's theory of bad faith is deeply indebted to

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John H. Gillespie

atheistic philosophy. Recognising that most great philosophers were believers or theists, he saw a need for a strong atheistic philosophy: ‘Mais ce qui me semblait, c’est qu’une grande philosophie athée, réellement athée, manquait dans la philosophie’ [But

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John Ireland and Constance Mui

issue testifies yet again to the variety of causes, preoccupations and lines of inquiry informed by Sartre's thought. With his article: “How Can Sartrean Consciousness Be Reverent?”, Sven Arvidson seeks to connect Sartre's early philosophy to virtue

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Edited by Ârash Aminian Tabrizi, Kate Kirkpatrick, and Marieke Mueller

fields within and beyond philosophy and literature. In her contribution, Juliette Simont reads the possibility of a deep Kantian filiation in certain of Sartre’s writings where ethics is concerned. She traces how Sartre initially shares some of Kant

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John Ireland and Constance Mui

Graham Wilson argues that it is beyond the scope of analytic philosophy to account for phenomenological experiences of nothingness, captured by Sartre in the celebrated example of Pierre’s absence at the café. Wilson rejects the analytic assumption that