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Jorge Lizarzaburu, Adrian van den Hoven, and Donovan Irven

’s meteoric rise to fame as a public intellectual in France in the mid-1940s. The Existentialist Moment is not a philosophy book per se, nor does it pretend to be so. In fact, Baert does not discuss Sartre’s philosophy or his most prominent critics in detail

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Clare Mac Cumhaill

; however, I leave questions of truth making aside here. C. B. Martin, ‘How It Is: Entities, Absences and Voids’, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 74, no. 1 (2006): 57–65. For discussion, see also Boris Kukso, ‘The Reality of Absences’, Australasian

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David Schweikart

Ever since Marx, philosophy must lead to action. Otherwise it is irrelevant …. Philosophers must be angry, and, in this world, stay angry. Jean-Paul Sartre (1972) 1 I. The Quarrel On June 30, 1952 Albert Camus sent a seventeen-page letter to the

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From Perception to Action

Sartre's Practical Phenomenology

Blake D. Scott

's critique of Husserl”, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, (2020). 3 Levy, “Intentionality, Consciousness, and the Ego: The Influence of Husserl's Logical Investigations on Sartre's Early Work”, 513. 4 Ibid. 5 Jonathan Webber defends this

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Camille Robcis and Benjamin Poole

networks of exchange between philosophy and politics, between experts and law, between theory and activism. Chabal’s study is motivated by what he sees as a widespread perception that since the late 1970s, France has been in crisis. As Chabal writes in his

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Alienation and Affectivity

Beauvoir, Sartre and Levinas on the Ageing Body

Kathleen Lennon and Anthony Wilde

-Chevallier (London: Vintage, 2010), 42. See also Penelope Deutscher, The Philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008), 101; and the comparison of ageing and maternity in Beauvoir in Kate Kirkpatrick, ‘Past Her Prime? Simone de

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Matthew Eshleman

“existentialism.” Irwin’s account emphasizes meaninglessness and absurdity and, even though Chapter Two makes mention of Sartre, it is Camus who plays a greater role in Irwin’s initial account of the philosophy that consistently separated the two thinkers. Chapter

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De Beauvoir, Existentialism and Marx

A Dialectic on Freedom

Angela Shepherd

existentialist and disciple of Sartre. Barbara Andrew 7 argues that de Beauvoir is interpreted as merely applying Sartre’s philosophy to women and as a result is often left out of philosophical textbooks. Michèle Le Dœuff 8 accuses de Beauvoir of being grounded

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Incarnation, Alienation, and Emancipation

A Sartrean Analysis of Filmic Violence

Daniel Sullivan

violence: Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler (2008) and Steve McQueen's Hunger (2008). Although Volume 1 of the Critique has received substantial attention, the second (unfinished) volume remains understudied, and Sartre's philosophy of violence is often

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Being-for-itself and the Ontological Structure

Can Being-for-itself Avoid Bad Faith?

Ronald E. Santoni

structure of human reality,” a point that Webber, following some other of Sartre's own statements, would, oddly, finally reject. With regard to Sartre's frequent insistence that his early and formative philosophy is optimistic, 21 Webber seems less willing