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Alienation and Affectivity

Beauvoir, Sartre and Levinas on the Ageing Body

Kathleen Lennon and Anthony Wilde

In this article, we explore Beauvoir’s account of what she claims is an alienated relation to our ageing bodies. This body can inhibit an active engagement with the world, which marks our humanity. Her claims rest on the binary between the body-for-itself and the body-in-itself. She shares this binary with Sartre, but a perceptive phenomenology of the affective body can also be found, which works against this binary and allows her thought to be brought into conversation with Levinas. For Levinas, the susceptibility of the body is constitutive of our subjectivity, rather than a source of alienation. If we develop Beauvoir’s thought in the direction of his, an ontological structure is suggested, distinct from Sartre – a structure which makes room for her pervasive attention to affectivity.

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Cameron Bassiri

is the status of the instrument that is used? We have still discussed it only abstractly. And how does it relate to the future? Sartre writes that the instrument itself “exists as an exis ,” as an inertia to be manipulated by whomever fulfills the

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Air in Unexpected Places

Metabolism, Design, and the Making of an ‘African’ Aircrete

Michael Degani

? Continuity and Change in Tanzania's Extractive Industries ’. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 ( 2 ): 287 – 292 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.exis.2018.02.001 . Khalili , L. 2019 . ‘ A World Built on Sand and Oil ’. Lapham's Quarterly . https