Phyllis Sutton Morris, co-founder of the Sartre Society of North
America and member of its executive committee for several years,
died on May 31, 1997 from complications due to cancer. Phyllis
received her undergraduate degree in philosophy from the University
of California at Berkeley and her doctorate from the University of
Michigan. She taught for several years at Kirkland College in New
York and was, at various times in more recent years, on the faculty at
LeMoyne College, Oberlin College, and the University of Michigan.
She was a devoted teacher who dedicated a great deal of time and
energy to preparing her classes and to meeting with students.