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Le sursis

petite critique de la raison journalistique

Jean-François Louette

, dans l’éternel. Hartley va écrire un pseudo-reportage, fait de stéréotypes que ses lecteurs américains attendent. Grand principe et grand péril du journalisme : le lecteur est roi, il faut lui donner ce qu’il veut, et, à la limite, tant pis pour la

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Deborah Evans

Writing about Islamic terrorism from a Sartrean perspective, Maria Russo rightly argues that there is the all-too-common danger of falling into stereotypical thinking. Yet, as Slavoj Žižek remarks, terroristic violence, and by implication any

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Challenging the Absurd?

Sartre’s Article on Kafka and the Fantastic

Jo Bogaerts

la Kafka”, comme il y a un poncif des châteaux hantés et des monstres en mou de veau’ [Thanks to M. Blanchot, there is now a stereotype of the ‘Kafkaesque’ fantastic, in the same way as there is a stereotype of haunted castles and blood

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Contemporary “Structures” of Racism

A Sartrean Contribution to Resisting Racial Injustice

Justin I. Fugo

, stereotypes, policies, and institutions—i.e., racist structures that deny the humanity of non-whites—arises from the recognition that nonwhites are human beings capable of resistance. Sartre's analysis yields an important insight about a basic condition of

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John Gillespie, Kyle Shuttleworth, Nik Farrell Fox, and Mike Neary

internalisation of stereotypes by the victim, remain unexplored. Thus, Webber not only provides us with an analytically satisfactory account of existentialism but also demonstrates the benefits of possessing a more accurately defined theory. The current

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De Beauvoir, Existentialism and Marx

A Dialectic on Freedom

Angela Shepherd

Beauvoir sets out to achieve within The Second Sex is a greater sense of clarity for women – that sexual difference does not justify cultural stereotypes and socially accepted norms and that myths of femininity do not determine what women are. Clearly an