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Translated with an introduction by Hazel E. New York: Philosophical Library, Sartre's major philosophical work, L'Etre et le Neant, appeared in French in
- Jean Paul Sartre: Existentialism
- The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review
- Jean-Paul Sartre (1905–1980)
Sartre on the Body pp Cite as. Still, Husserl, Sartre and Merleau-Ponty wrote about phenomenology, and certainly we come across their thoughts only in books. On one level I do not want to make very much of this; that is, I do not claim that the philosophical enterprise can be reduced to the act of writing. There is no need for me to take such a heavy burden upon myself since my point is a simple hermeneuical one, namely, that certain books have a unity that is more than the sum of their chapters.
Jean Paul Sartre: Existentialism
Sarah Richmond's translation makes an important contribution to Sartrean scholarship. Richmond also had access to the internet and to Sartre's French and German sources. Sartre published his work in and, unable to access all the works he cited, he often did so from memory. He quotes a line from the playwright Beaumarchais without clarifying the context. Sarah Richmond deals with many of these problems and also notes that the French gender system can be problematic. Also, Sartre's neologisms rendered finding English equivalents difficult. This is an excellent translation.
The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review
This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve. First English translation, , trans. Hazel Barnes, Philosophical Library, Inc. Page numbers cited in this review refer to the Washington Square edition, Correspondence to Mark Rowlands.
This is a translation of all of Jean-Paul Sartre's L'E:tre et Ie Neant. It includes those selections which in were published in a volume entitled Existential.
Jean-Paul Sartre (1905–1980)
The philosophical career of Jean Paul Sartre focuses, in its first phase, upon the construction of a philosophy of existence known as existentialism. Adopting and adapting the methods of phenomenology, Sartre sets out to develop an ontological account of what it is to be human. The main features of this ontology are the groundlessness and radical freedom which characterize the human condition. These are contrasted with the unproblematic being of the world of things.
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In the book, Sartre develops a philosophical account in support of his existentialism , dealing with topics such as consciousness, perception, social philosophy , self-deception, the existence of "nothingness", psychoanalysis , and the question of free will.
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Ontology means the study of being; phenomenological means of or relating to perceptual consciousness. Kant was an idealist, believing that we have no direct way of perceiving the external world and that all we have access to is our ideas of the world, including what our senses tell us. Kant distinguished between phenomena, which are our perceptions of things or how things appear to us, and noumena, which are the things in themselves, which we have no knowledge of. Against Kant, Sartre argues that the appearance of a phenomenon is pure and absolute. Appearance is the only reality. From this starting point, Sartre contends that the world can be seen as an infinite series of finite appearances.
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Who were all these people in the midst of war yet eager to read a page philosophical analysis of the structures of human existence?
Access options available:. Abingdon: Routledge, There can be little doubt that contemporary Anglo-America does need Sartre and, given the increasing resistance of anglophones to language-learning in general, that it most probably needs Sartre in translation too. However, the rigorous methodology and practice of a skilled academic translator soon become apparent.
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