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"[This ebook] deals lucid and thorough explications of key Sartrean options or even words, and it includes revealing money owed of the varied thinkers and writers who stimulated Sartre...This ebook will open doors."-David Pugmire, division of Philosophy, collage of Southampton, united kingdom

The Sartre Dictionary is a complete and obtainable advisor to the area of Jean- Paul Sartre. Meticulously researched and widely cross-referenced, this specific booklet covers all of his significant works, principles and impacts and offers a company grounding within the relevant topics of Sartre's concept. scholars will find a wealth of precious details, research and feedback. greater than 350 A-Z entries comprise transparent definitions of all of the keywords utilized in Sartre's writings and specified synopses of his key works, novels and performs. The Dictionary additionally comprises entries on Sartre's significant philosophical affects, from Descartes to Heidegger, and his contemporaries, together with de Beauvoir and Merleau-Ponty. It covers every thing that's necessary to a legitimate figuring out of Sartre's existentialism, supplying transparent motives of frequently advanced terminology.

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No, they are nonplussed in all sincerity. The wall has for them something tranquillizing, morally soothing, final–maybe even something mysterious ... ) Well, such a direct person I regard as the real normal man, as his tender mother nature wished to see him when she graciously brought him into being on the earth. I envy such a man till I am green in the face. He is stupid. I am not disputing that, but perhaps the normal man should be stupid, how do you know? Perhaps it is very beautiful, in fact.

He does not upbraid Freud for presenting "brutalizing demands" (Jaspers), nor does he insist that his own discussion has nothing to do "with psychology or psychoanalysis" (Heidegger). Sartre attacks Freud on specific grounds. His attack is, rather characteristically, less than gracious. He writes as if it were a well-known fact that there are two schools of psychoanalysis, Freud's and Sartre's (he calls the latter "existential psychoanalysis"); and he con-trasts them without emphasizing which came earlier in time.

That the existentialists and analysts will get together is not likely. But if the feat of Socrates is really to be repeated and philosophy is to have a future outside the academies, there will have to be philosophers who think in the tension between analysis and existentialism. TWO Dostoevsky: NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND1 [Preface: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky was born in Moscow in 1821. His Notes from Underground was first pub-lished in 1864 and followed in rapid succession by Crime and Punishment, The Idiot, The Possessed, and The Brothers Karamazov.

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