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An Invitation to Desertion by Bellamy Fitzpatrick

From https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/bellamy-fitzpatrick-an-invitation-to-desertion By Bellamy Fitzpatrick Spring 2018 The Crisis of Modern Civilization The Politics of “The End of History” The Failure of Alternative Political Ideologies The Fa…

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The Philosophy of Our Time by Ronald Aronson

Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential Marxism offers a radical philosophical foundation for today’s revitalized critiques of capitalism. Nearly forty years after his death in 1980, the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre is best remembered as the father of ex…

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Jean-Paul Sartre’s Anarchist Philosophy Reviewed by Steven Hendley

William L. Remley, Jean-Paul Sartre’s Anarchist Philosophy, Bloomsbury, 2018, 277 pp., $114.00, ISBN 9791350048249. Reviewed by Steven Hendley, Birmingham-Southern College Was Sartre an anarchist? William L. Remley attempts to convince us that he…

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Sartre’s anarchist political philosophy – a draft for a diverse society? by Alfred Betschart

This is the text of a presentation given at the 22nd Meeting of the North American Sartre Society at the University of Wilmington (N.C.)     Good morning. Are you ready for something new? I would like to thank the committee for giving me the …

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More about this so-called thinking.

Carrying on from my last post… I might as well begin sloppy. “The United States is a country that doesn’t know itself, nor others.” – opening line to an imaginary essay Last week I began listening to the most recent episode of T…

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I’ve been thinking about..

I’ve had the urge to begin writing again, but I’m pulled in many directions and haven’t landed on any solid point to begin from. One essay would begin, “The United States is a country that doesn’t know itself, nor others.&…

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The Situationist International and Sartre

Situation (Sartre) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia One of the first times in which Jean-Paul Sartre discussed the concept of situation (French: situation) was in his 1943 Being and Nothingness, where he famously said that there is freedom only in…

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