Sartre Explained

Sartre Explained

From Bad Faith To Authenticity

Book - 2008
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"A guide to the work of Jean-Paul Sartre addressing his major theories and how the different strands of his thought are interrelated, and overviewing works from all of his literary genres including philosophical writings, novels, and plays"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Open Court, c2008.
ISBN: 9780812696318
081269631X
Characteristics: xi, 233 p. ; 23 cm.

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dboy1523 Oct 01, 2011

A very good explanation of Sartre's thought, especially his early pr-war efforts. It gives both sense and structure to his philosophy. Given that is built around his writings, the book doesn't spend as much time with either his world-travelling days or his invovlvement with the post-May '68 radicals. Nonetheless it is a rewarding read

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