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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

-ends configuration ( agencement ) is not merely concrete but individualised. Hence a very Sartrean formulation of the categorical imperative, and another vision of intersubjectivity and the reign of ends: Que le monde ait une infinité d’avenirs libres et finis dont

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From In-Itself to Practico-Inert

Freedom, Subjectivity and Progress

Kimberly S. Engels

designated physical structures such as subways or schools, reveal to us a world that is already collectively organised and intersubjectively shared. In BN , Sartre says, ‘It is the world which makes known to us our belonging to a subject

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Love and Violence

Sartre and the Ethics of Need

Katharine Wolfe

reciprocity between agents” after Being and Nothingness . 46 Sartre recognizes, however, that such positive reciprocity—something that he also speaks of as “an absolute conversion to intersubjectivity” and as a moral conversion—has certain social and

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Hiroaki Seki

« absolument transmissible », 46 on peut faire don de la vérité à autrui. Cependant, cette dimension intersubjective de l’Être n’entraîne pas nécessairement de l’optimisme parce qu’elle renferme aussi l’ignorance, l’erreur humaine et le refus de la vérité. En

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Ronald E. Santoni

‘ineluctably an intersubjective social phenomenon ’ (italics mine). 44 For even the bad faith in our relations with the Other(s) is, for Sartre, rooted in our initial fundamental desire or project to flee the freedom we are and attain Being – i.e., a solid

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Toward Comprehensive Conceptualizations of Contemporary Public Health

Participation as the Cornerstone of Appropriate Methodologies

Harry Nijhuis

, as well as the societal relationships between the stakeholders involved ( Horst and Michael 2011 ). According to Robert Duiveman, (scientific) knowledge is constructed in intersubjective communicative practices between stakeholders, among others, and