Sartre Explained: From Bad Faith to Authenticity

By: Detmer, David

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1st printing. An exceptional copy. 2008 Trade Paperback. Jean-Paul Sartre is perhaps the most famous of the existentialists, and by far the most famous philosopher of the post-war era. Sartre was a highly prolific writer and thinker, and delving into his novels, plays, stories, essays, and memoirs can be challenging. Most books on Sartre focus on only one sphere of his astounding intellect — either his philosophical treatises or his forays into fiction. Enter Sartre Explained, a comprehensive guide to Sartre's versatile work, as well as a valuable overview of his life and scholarly context. Detailing the philosophical notions central to all of Sartre's work, including his fictional pieces, this guide is an essential resource for anyone interested in Sartre's full range of talents.

Title: Sartre Explained: From Bad Faith to Authenticity

Author: Detmer, David

Categories: Phenomenology, Existentialism,

Edition: 1st Printing

Publisher: Open Court: 2008

ISBN Number: 081269631X

ISBN Number 13: 9780812696318

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 2279264