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Contemporary “Structures” of Racism

A Sartrean Contribution to Resisting Racial Injustice

Justin I. Fugo

the other's perception. The third dimension is the most complicated of the three, what we might call the intersubjective dimension of embodiment, and understood as the experience of my body as others experience it. To understand the three dimensions

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John H. Gillespie, Marcos Norris, and Nik Farrell Fox

theology concentrates, unsurprisingly but helpfully, on Gabriel Marcel and his criticisms of Sartre, who contended, in relation to the question of the other, that ‘Sartre did not understand intersubjectivity, philia or agape , since he was stuck in eros

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Counter-Violence and Islamic Terrorism

Is Liberation without Freedom Possible?

Maria Russo

problem for Sartre is that appeal is only possible within a concretely limited intersubjective perspective, but this limit could lead to a toleration of indifference towards another population or another social class. Nevertheless, it is essential to

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

the structure and method in Being and Nothingness’, Constance Mui's ‘Intersubjectivity and “the look”’, William Remley's ‘Ethics of authenticity’, Matthew Ally's ‘The logics of the Critique ’, T. Storm Heter's ‘Sartre and anarchism’, Gail Linsenbard

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Catrin Gibson

-Paul Sartre: Woman, Man and the Desire to be God’, Constellations 9, no. 3 (2002): 409–418; Christine Daigle and Christinia Landry, ‘An Analysis of Sartre’s and Beauvoir’s Views on Transcendence: Exploring Intersubjective Relations’, Phaenex 8, no. 1 (2013

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Mary Edwards

intersubjective enterprise and to affirm that our capacity to achieve it depends in no small part upon our social standing and the nature of our concrete relations with others. This explains why she argues that even women who achieve financial independence may

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The Punctum and the Past

Sartre and Barthes on Memory and Fascination

Patrick Eldridge

– someone else might look at the same photo and not care about McCaw’s smile. The punctum is not intersubjectively constituted. Barthes’s notion of the punctum provides us with an object-oriented or noematic sketch of fascination . A certain feature of

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Jean-Christophe Marcel

théorique susceptible de promouvoir une conception intersubjective à même de fonder une sociologie positive sans trop hypostasier la conscience collective, et en même temps une « sociologie psychologique » susceptible de combattre la phénoménologie sur son

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Kathleen Lennon

dependent on and makes no sense independent of the constituting subject(s). In contrast, the imaginary as instituted is encountered. It is encountered in the sociohistorical field: ‘[the] inter-subjective or symbolic field, […] is our milieu, our hinge

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The Art of Revolutionary Praxis

Ghosting a History without Shadows

Duane H. Davis

individual consciousness, but in a social and political world of series, gatherings, and class. For Sartre, literature provided an invaluable intersubjective environment for this analysis. As we shall see below, Merleau-Ponty was not as exclusive about only