Sartre’s Acceptance of the Princple of Universality

Philosophy Research Archives 10:473-476 (1984)
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It is claimed, in a recently published introductory text book on ethics, that Jean-Paul Sartre did not accept a principle of universalizability. In this paper, I will briefly demonstrate that Sartre did indeed accept such a principle, and I will support my claim by reference to Sartre’s own words.

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Sander H. Lee
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