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Sartre Studies International

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Existentialism and Contemporary Culture

Aims & Scope

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Published in association with the United Kingdom Sartre Society and the North American Sartre Society

Sartre Studies International is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal which publishes articles of a multidisciplinary, cross-cultural and international character reflecting the full range and complexity of Sartre's own work. It focuses on the philosophical, literary and political issues originating in existentialism, and explores the continuing vitality of existentialist and Sartrean ideas in contemporary society and culture.

Each issue contains a reviews section and a notice board of current events, such as conferences, publications and media broadcasts linked to Sartre's life, work and intellectual legacy.

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Subjects: French Studies, Philosophy, Literature

Current Issue, Winter 2015

Volume 21, Issue 2


Special Issue: Diverse Lineages of Existentialism 

Editors' Note

I. Thomas R. Flynn

Progress and the Practico-Inert
Paul Gyllenhammer

Tom Flynn on ‘dialectical nominalism’ and the ‘mediating third'
Bruce Baugh

Two Core Concepts of Sartre
Thomas R. Flynn

II. Ronald Aronson

Marcuse’s Ghost: On Ronald Aronson’s Existentialist Politics
Jonathan Judaken

What Does It Mean to Transform the World: Ron Aronson, Hope and Revolution
Rebecca Pitt

We: A Response to Jonathan Judaken and Beck Pitt
Ronald Aronson

III. Ronald E. Santoni

Is Violence Necessarily in Bad Faith?
Matthew C. Eshleman

Liberatory Violence, Bad Faith, and Moral Justification: A Reply
Ronald E. Santoni

IV. David Detmer

Sartre’s Concept of Freedom(s)
Peter Jones

There is No Good Answer: The Role of Responsibility in Sartre's Ethical Theory
Michael Butler

A Critique of Freedom as a Value: Defending the Early Sartre against Moral Relativism
Taylor Smith and Matthew C. Eshleman

Trying to Get it Right
David Detmer

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