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Sarah Horton

it is already bad faith to seek to avoid bad faith at all costs despite the practical impossibility of doing so. In short, drawing on Being and Nothingness and Notebooks for an Ethics, I argue that because the for-itself is a being “which is not

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Ronald E. Santoni

's attention to and underlying concern with it is readily recognizable in his straightforwardly philosophical and formative works such as Nausea , Being and Nothingness , Critique of Dialectical Reason , Anti-Semite and Jew , and Notebooks for an Ethics

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John Gillespie and Katherine Morris

’. Gordienko responds by arguing that Badiou actually needs Sartre's notion of collective responsibility: he needs the Sartrean ethics encapsulated in his famous phrase ‘One and one make one’, and that requires that the ‘militant’ heed the demands of the new

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Mary Edwards

(London: Penguin Books, 1959), 344, for evidence of their early disagreement on ethics. 10 Throughout this paper, I follow Jonathan Webber in distinguishing between Sartre's ‘initial’ and ‘mature’ forms of existentialism. See, Jonathan Webber

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An Exogenous Path of Development

Explaining the Rise of Corporate Social Responsibility in China

Ka Lin, Dan Banik, and Longfei Yi

The corporate social responsibility (CSR) agenda, which was developed and consolidated in the West, became particularly influential as the basis for business ethics and company morale at the start of the new millennium. As reported, almost 90

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Paul Gyllenhammer

struggle with the material and social environments (discussed below). Indeed, need becomes the basis of what Thomas Anderson calls Sartre’s second ethics . See Thomas Anderson, Sartre’s Two Ethics: From Authenticity to Integral Humanity (Open Court Pub

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De Beauvoir, Existentialism and Marx

A Dialectic on Freedom

Angela Shepherd

a link between individual subjectivity and history, which can interfere with freedom. 6 I maintain that as early as The Ethics of Ambiguity in 1947, de Beauvoir had recognised and addressed constraints on freedom, and she applied Marx’s writing as

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

orientation that allows individuals to cultivate an active form of social peace. With respect to Sartre, Eksen turns to the Notebooks for an Ethics for Sartre's most extensive comments on generosity as an ethical attitude by which we at once accept our

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Matthew C. Eshleman, Eric Hamm, Curtis Sommerlatte, Adrian van den Hoven, Michael Lejman, and Diane Perpich

today, constitutes our normative predicament. “What [Sartre] calls ‘the present paradox of ethics’ 5 figures centrally in [Sartre’s] dialectical ethics and reappears five years later in Saint Genet as the present ‘alienation’ of man, namely the fact

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

than what results from Ally’s provocative, open, and exploratory work here. Part Three continues in Chapter 6 with an effort “to ecologize Sartre’s ethics” (214). As Ally acknowledges, this task requires opposing Sartre’s deep commitment to the claim