The Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre

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THE LIBRARY OF LIVING PHILOSOPHERS VOLUME XVI


THE PHILOSOPHY OF
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE

EDITED BY
PAUL ARTHUR SCHILPP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY -- CARBONDALE

LA SALLE, ILLINOIS · OPEN COURT · ESTABLISHED 1887

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • General Introduction to "The Library of Living Philosophers" vii
  • Advisory Board x
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Table of Contents xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Part One - An Interview with Jean-Paul Sartre 1
  • Prefatory Note 3
  • The Interview 5
  • Part Two - Descriptive and Critical Essays on the Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre 53
  • 1 - To Understand a Man 55
  • Notes 80
  • 2 - Sartre on Sartre 86
  • Notes 108
  • Bibliography 111
  • 3 - Aesthetics in the Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre 112
  • Notes 138
  • 4 - Sartre on Imagination 139
  • Notes 164
  • 5 - Sartre and Ryle on the Imagination 167
  • Notes 178
  • 6 - Sartre's Systematic Psychology 179
  • References 196
  • 7 - Self-Consciousness and the Ego in the Philosophy of Sartre 197
  • Notes 210
  • 8 - Sartre on Emotions 211
  • Notes 227
  • 9 - Sartre's Changed Conception of Consciousness 229
  • Notes 243
  • 10 - Sartre on Bad Faith and Authenticity 246
  • Notes 255
  • 11 - Battle of the Giants over Being 257
  • Notes 276
  • 12 - The Role of Ontology in Sartre and Heidegger 277
  • Notes 297
  • 13 - Sartre and Merleau-Ponty: A Reappraisal 300
  • Notes 322
  • 14 - The Problem of Others in Being and Nothingness 326
  • Notes 343
  • 15 - Mediated Reciprocity and the Genius of the Third 345
  • Notes 366
  • 16 - Sartre's Early Ethics 371
  • Notes 390
  • 17 - Sartre on Freedom 392
  • Notes 406
  • 18 - American Criticism of the Sartre-Camus Dispute 408
  • Notes 420
  • 19 - Sartre and the Concept of Moral Action 422
  • Notes 436
  • 20 - Representation of Character in Sartre's Drama, Fiction, and Biography 438
  • Notes 472
  • 21 - Sartre's Anthropology 477
  • Notes 493
  • 22 - Sartre and Flaubert as Dialectic 495
  • Notes 535
  • 23 - Mechanism, Intentionality, and the Unconscious 539
  • Notes 578
  • 24 - Sartre's Rejection of the Freudian Unconscious 582
  • Notes 602
  • 25 - Sartre and Marxism 605
  • Notes 628
  • 26 - Sartre's Theory of ensembles 631
  • Notes 655
  • 27 - Sartre as Materialist 661
  • Notes 683
  • 28 - Sartre's Turning Point 685
  • Notes 706
  • Part Three - Jean-Paul Sartre: a Selected General Bibliography 709
  • I - Works by Sartre 711
  • Index 731
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