JAMES GILES is Acting Lecturer at the University of Copenhagen, and Tutor at Madingley Hall, University of Cambridge. He has also taught at the Hawaii College of Kansai Gaidai University, Japan, Aalborg University, and the University of Edinburgh. He is author of No Self to be Found: The Search for Personal Identity (1997), A Study in Phenomenalism (1994), A Theory of Sexual Desire (forthcoming), and editor of Kierkegaard and Freedom (forthcoming).
Table of contents
Editorial Foreword. Acknowledgements. James GILES: Introduction
ONE Elizabeth MURRAY MORELLI: The Duality in Sartre's Account of Reflective Consciousness
TWO Edmond WRIGHT: Merleau-Ponty and the Sensory
THREE Matthew KIERAN: French Existential Ethics and the Creation of Value
FOUR Terry KEEFE: The Ethical Concept of Assuming in the Existential Philosophy of Sartre and Beauvoir
FIVE Margaret A. SIMONS: The Origins of Beauvoir's Existential Philosophy
SIX Juliette SIMONT: Sartre's Critique of Humanism
SEVEN Philip STRATTON-LAKE: Marcel, Hope, and Virtue
EIGHT James GILES: Sartre, Sexual Desire, and Relations with Others
NINE Thomas JONES: Useless Passions?
TEN Christine MARGERRISON: Struggling with the Other: Gender and Race in the Youthful Writings of Camus
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