Jean Paul Sartre 1905 1980 Was One Of The Most Influential Thinkers Of The Twentieth Century Regarded As The Father Of Existentialist Philosophy, He Was Also A Political Critic, Moralist, Playwright, Novelist, And Author Of Biographies And Short Stories Thomas R Flynn Provides The First Book Length Account Of Sartre As A Philosopher Of The Imaginary, Mapping The Intellectual Development Of His Ideas Throughout His Life, And Building A Narrative That Is Not Only Philosophical But Also Attentive To The Political And Literary Dimensions Of His Work Exploring Sartre S Existentialism, Politics, Ethics, And Ontology, This Book Illuminates The Defining Ideas Of Sartre S Oeuvre The Literary And The Philosophical, The Imaginary And The Conceptual, His Descriptive Phenomenology And His Phenomenological Concept Of Intentionality, And His Conjunction Of Ethics And Politics With An Egoless Consciousness It Will Appeal To All Who Are Interested In Sartre S Philosophy And Its Relation To His Life.
Thomas R Flynn holds a PhD from Columbia University 1970 and currently serves in the Department of Philosophy at Emory University Ph.D Dissertation Jean Paul Sartre and the Problem of Collective Responsibility.Areas of Competence History of Philosophy Modern period and 19th Century Theory of Knowledge Aesthetics
- 448 pages
- Thomas R. Flynn
- 03 December 2017 Thomas R. Flynn