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P. Sven Arvidson

rings. 8 Must I? For Sartre, we wake up and go to sleep in bad faith, living in a limited way that veils the truth of our absolute freedom. 9 The stable, substantial self I think I am (for example, a responsible professor) is only a constructed

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Sarah Horton

I am absorbed in treating a few chosen persons as absolute ends … if I am bent upon fulfilling all my duties towards them, I shall spend my life doing so; I shall be led to pass over in silence the injustices of the age … and finally to take

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Peter Herrmann

and more serious in everyday life and the clash of civilizations emerges for many and on many levels as matter of daily realities, literally the solution is only the absolute deconstruction—as such the absolute negation of the solution. Change

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Incarnation, Alienation, and Emancipation

A Sartrean Analysis of Filmic Violence

Daniel Sullivan

experiment’…The violent ‘game’ incarnates the type of violence characterizing the society in question.” 19 Sartre stresses that incarnating violence must be in some sense real . Violence always involves what he calls the Absolute – meaning, the ever

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Sociocultural Change in Hungary

A Politico-Anthropological Approach

Ferenc Bódi and Ralitsa Savova

Christian idea of the state and considered the multilingualism and coexistence of different ethnic and religious groups as a great advantage. 2 The state could be found in Europe's absolute and relative center. The relative center of Europe can be found in

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Social Quality

Regaining Political Economy

Peter Herrmann

, pleasures, productive forces etc., created through the universal exchange? The full development of human mastery over the forces of nature—those of so-called nature as well as humanity’s own nature? The absolute working-out of his creative potentialities

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Love and Violence

Sartre and the Ethics of Need

Katharine Wolfe

, need “is essential for human growth, [and] for the discovery and creation of new dimensions to human life” at the same time that it contributes to antagonism, animosity, and violence. 11 While need is a restriction of one's absolute freedom, it is

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Being-for-itself and the Ontological Structure

Can Being-for-itself Avoid Bad Faith?

Ronald E. Santoni

that human beings are, for Sartre, “naturally” or congenitally in bad faith in the sense that in the very upsurge of our being in the world, we refuse , reject, and attempt to flee the freedom we distinctively are, “i.e., absolute freedom which is the

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De Beauvoir, Existentialism and Marx

A Dialectic on Freedom

Angela Shepherd

not absolute, but situated’. 11 Choices are to be understood as reactions to situations and, in the case of woman, her situation is experienced as oppressive, and constricts her from engagement in projects. Nonetheless, what she makes of that

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The Limits to Cheating History

Changing the Reference for Accounting

Peter Herrmann

, establishing an extreme unequal distribution within the countries of the traditional center; individual impoverishment, which is another formulation for an increase of individuals living in absolute and relative poverty, also in the rich countries, forcing many