Sartre's Two Ethics: From Authenticity to Integral Humanity

Open Court Publishing (1993)
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Sartre's moral thinking progressed from an abstract, idealistic ethics of authenticity to a more concrete, realistic, and materialistic morality. Much of Sartre's important unpublished work on ethics - relevant to both his 'first' and his 'second' ethics - has become available to scholars only in the years since his death. Only now has it become possible to give a complete presentation of both the first and the second ethics and to accurately identify their relationship. Sartre's Two Ethics also presents Professor Anderson's original criticisms of Sartre's two ethics, and concludes that the second is a significant advance over the first.



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