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Jean-Paul Sartre: A Life (Lives of the Left) epub ebook

by Norman Macafee,Anna Cancogni,Annie Cohen-Solal

Jean-Paul Sartre: A Life (Lives of the Left) epub ebook

Author: Norman Macafee,Anna Cancogni,Annie Cohen-Solal
Category: Professionals & Academics
Language: English
Publisher: New Press, The; Reprint edition (May 16, 2005)
Pages: 602 pages
ISBN: 1565849744
ISBN13: 978-1565849747
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 752
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Jean-Paul Sartre Annie Cohen-Solal she has managed to bring not only Mark Rothko, but his time, to life. Published by Pantheon (1987) Lives of the Left Series Barnes & Noble - FIND Lives of the Left Series on Barnes & Noble

Author: Cohen-Solal, Annie. Shelf: 848/91409/COH/2005. Additional Info: 1. Cancogni, Anna. Notes: This translation originally published: New York: Pantheon, 1987. Translated from the French

Author: Cohen-Solal, Annie. Translated from the French. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Jean-Paul Sartre book. Discovering untold aspects of Sartre's private and political life, Cohen-Solal weaves together all the elements of an exceptional career

Jean-Paul Sartre book. Discovering untold aspects of Sartre's private and political life, Cohen-Solal weaves together all the elements of an exceptional career. From the One of the major accomplishments of Cohen-Solal's book is not only to place Sartre in the context of history, but to reopen the question of his role and to reassess the full import of his literary and political accomplishments.

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Jean-Paul Sartre: A Life. by Annie Cohen-Solal · Anna Cancogni · Norman MacAfee · Cornel West

Jean-Paul Sartre: A Life. by Annie Cohen-Solal · Anna Cancogni · Norman MacAfee · Cornel West. One of the major accomplishments of Cohen-Solal's book is not only to place Sartre in the context of history, but to reopen the question of his role and to reassess the full import of his literary and political accomplishments. Discovering untold aspects.

by Annie Cohen-Solal (Author). But for the most part, Annie's book is a straightforward biography and not a mixture of the philosophical and biographical as is Ray Monk's biographies of Wittgenstein and Russell. It is none the less well worth reading the book for this difference.

Annie Cohen-Solal, Anna Cancogni, et al. Your purchase helps support NPR programming.

Annie Cohen-Solal is a French sociologist, academic and writer. Born in pre-independence Algeria, she is part of the Jewish diaspora that left that country for France during the Algerian War of Independence.

From a description of Sartre's hitherto unknown father to the painful last moments of Sartre's declining years, this intimate portrait incorporates previously untold aspects of Sartre's private, political, and literary life, in a new edition of the acclaimed biography, honoring the centennial of Sartre's birth. Reprint.
Reviews (3)
MegaStar
Though I've been fascinated by Sartre for years, I am not a Sartre scholar, and so wanted to read a good biography of him. And this surely fit the bill.
Though I don't necessarily agree with a number of his positions, the vast scope of his life, through a period of great tumult and upheaval, provided enough food for thought for five people. The development of his thought I found was handled excellently, and the details like a painter's background which expand on the main theme were beautifully woven in.
The child is father to the man - Sartre teaching high school, allowing smoking, not giving tests, yet his students at the year-end national exams doing as well as any others, was a beautiful portrait of the great thinker to be.
Again, I'm not passing judgment on his life. It was a difficult period for France, Europe, and the world. Yet as a biography of a philosopher, for someone like me who is but an educated layperson, it was excellent.

Celen
This is a new edition of a biography first published in the US in 1987. Still it shows some of the advantages of modern biography in the ability of the author to put together her time spent - six years - with the subject Jean-Paul Sartre - as well as a wealth of resources. As she describes it, many of the found texts are paper copies of previously lost texts which she thinks are just a few of many still lost. In any case, these are used mostly in the beginning as we are learning about the earlier than 30 year old Sartre and the texts he wrote before the publication of Nausee and Le Mur. But like other biographies of philosophers, I am thinking of Ray Monk, the digging into the previously lost materials helps us learn more intriguing aspects of the man and his relationships with his friends and colleagues. Was Sartre really the most significant philosopher of his age? What about Heidegger? Annie points out how much of his significant philosophical work is really a critique of Heidegger - which is a point I have heard before. If so, and considering how close they were in their time - and Heidegger returned from prison to teach still for years after the war, then perhaps the claim should be limited to saying Sartre was the most important French philosopher - which is still quite a feat. Annie also describes Being and Nothingness as targeted more at the specific situation Sartre was in under the Nazi occupation instead of a response to Being and Time. That certainly ought to be more of a detailed study I think. I am trying to think where Zlavoj Zizek works on Sartre's Being and Nothingness in his book Less than Nothing and it seems to me his focus is much more on Heidegger and Hegel. How about Alain Badiou in his Being and Event? Again, how much Sartre is a target of that?

But for the most part, Annie's book is a straightforward biography and not a mixture of the philosophical and biographical as is Ray Monk's biographies of Wittgenstein and Russell. It is none the less well worth reading the book for this difference.

Gosar
Not very well written.

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