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Politics Translates into Philosophy?
09/03/05 at 23:15:18
 
When looking upon the life of Sartre, I notice a rather abrupt change from a globally indifferent intellectual to an activist who does not have enough time to fight for all that he is interested and concerned for. How did that happen? Was it something in his philosophy that spurred him to do so or was it the other way around - did Sartre's activism cause Sartre to change or develop his philosophy even further?
 
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Re: Politics Translates into Philosophy?
Reply #1 - 12/25/05 at 10:42:33
 
On Sartre's transition to activism see "The Itinerary of a Thought," from 1969 interview for New Left Review no 58, in Between Existentialism and Marxism (Gallimard, 1972) especially page 33. Belated responce.  I just came on board here
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