Anthony Hatzimoysis gives readers a clear understanding of Sartre's approach to the activity of philosophising and shows how his method favours certain types of analysis. Each chapter considers a range of issues in the Sartrean corpus, including his conception of phenomenology, the question of self-identity, the Sartrean view of conscious beings, his understanding of the self, his theory of value, his notion of human action as both the originator and the outcome of social processes, dialectical reason, and his conception of artistic activity. Providing an introductory guide in plain language for the reader who wishes to understand Sartre's philosophical arguments, The Philosophy of Sartre reconstructs key instances of Sartre's philosophical reasoning at work and shows how certain questions arise for Sartre and what philosophical tools he uses to address those questions.
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