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Love and Violence

Sartre and the Ethics of Need

Katharine Wolfe

relationship to each other insofar as the exigency of material need generates “a different freedom (that of unification) as a third moment.” 14 Where “the individuals in a given milieu are directly threatened, in practico-inert necessity, by the impossibility

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Chiara Collamati

Translator : Marieke Mueller and Kate Kirkpatrick

entre eux, et dans quelle mesure la nécessité pour toute société humaine de rester totalité détotalisée maintiendra-t-elle la récurrence, les fuites et partant les unités-objets comme limites de l’unification vraie? [To what extent will a socialist

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Does the City of Ends Correspond to a Classless Society?

A New Idea of Democracy in Sartre's Hope Now

Maria Russo

with Lévy, who considers fraternity-terror a degeneration of the fraternal experience: ‘The uprising is just one moment in the long enterprise of human unification.’ 12 It is essential to find positive unification beyond conflict, based on the

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Des situations-limites au dépassement de la situation

Phénoménologie d’un concept sartrien

Grégory Cormann and Jérôme Englebert

moment où Sartre semble entrevoir l’unification du mouvement progressif et régressif, est également celui où se marque une accointance avec la psychopathologie et la pratique clinique. La méthode compréhensive que Sartre reprend à Jaspers repose sur « l

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Cameron Bassiri

selling property on the moon) produces its first differentiation in order to give itself the means of proceeding to this determination.” 19 But what is this inadequately determined project? And is it not problematic for the unification and organization of

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Mindfulness Meditation

A Sartrean Analysis

Dane Sawyer

particular task or chore, but as Shaw points out, samadhi more closely resembles the etymology of the word “concentration”: “a bringing together and a unification.” 10 The aim, says Rupert Gethin, is to counteract “…the tendency of the mind to restlessly

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Incarnation, Alienation, and Emancipation

A Sartrean Analysis of Filmic Violence

Daniel Sullivan

-class violence: barroom brawls, beatings in the course of thefts, and so on. All such acts incarnate the workings of structural violence from Sartre's perspective. In each violent action…all violence exists as unification - in and through this deed - of all

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

revolution would ultimately end with both the unification of humankind and the disappearance of the relativism that led Sartre to dismiss historicism. However, in addressing rather than dismissing history, Sartre begins a relationship with the subject that