Sartre: Radical Freedom
Stevenson (Leslie)
Source: Stevenson & Haberman - Ten Theories of Human Nature, 2004, Chapter 9
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Sections

  1. Introduction / Background
  2. Sartre’s Life and Work
  3. Metaphysics: Consciousness and Objects, Atheism
  4. Theory of Human Nature: Existence and Essence, Negation and Freedom
  5. Diagnosis: Anguish and Bad Faith, Conflict with Others
  6. Prescription: Reflective choice
  7. The “First Ethics”: Authenticity and Freedom for Everyone
  8. The “Second Ethics”: Society and Human Needs
  9. Further Reading

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