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A Commentary on Jean-Paul Sartre's
  • ISBN: 9780226096995
  • ISBN10: 0226096998

A Commentary on Jean-Paul Sartre's "Being and Nothingness"

by Joseph S. Catalano

  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
  • Publish date: 10/01/1985
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Preface to the Phoenix Edition Preface Acknowledgments Background The Title:Being and Nothingness The Subtitle:An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology The Introduction: The Pursuit of Being I. The Phenomenon II. The Phenomenon of Being and the Being of the Phenomenon III. The Pre-Reflective Cogito and the Being of thePercipere IV. The Being of thePercipi V. The Ontological Proof VI. Being-in-Itself Part One: The Problem of Nothingness 1. The Origin of Negation I. The Question II. Negations III. The Dialectical Concept of Nothingness IV. The Phenomenological Concept of Nothingness V. The Origin of Nothingness 2. Bad Faith I. Bad Faith and Falsehood II. Patterns of Bad Faith III. The "Faith" of Bad Faith Part Two: Being-For-Itself 1. The Immediate Structures of For-Itself I. Presence to Self II. The Facticity of the For-Itself III. The For-Itself and the Being of Value IV. The For-Itself and the Being of Possibilities V. The Self and the Circuit of Selfness 2. Temporality I. Phenomenology of the Three Temporal Dimensions II. The Ontology of Temporality III. Original Temporality and Psychic Temporality: Reflection 3. Transcendence I. Knowledge as a Type of Relation Between the For-Itself and the In-Itself II. Determination as Negation III. Quality and Quantity, Potentiality, Instrumentality IV. The Time of the World V. Knowledge Part Three: Being-For-Others 1. The Existence of Others II. The Reef of Solipsism III. Husserl, Hegel, Heidegger IV. The Look 2. The Body I. The Body as Being-For-Itself: Facticity II. The Body-For-Others III. The Third Ontological Dimension of the Body 3. Concrete Relations with Others I. First Attitude toward Others: Love, Language, Masochism II. Second Attitude Toward Others: Indifference, Desire, Hate, Sadism III. "Being-With" (Mitsein) and the "We" Part Four: Having, Doing, and Being 1. Being and Doing: Freedom I. Freedom: The First Condition of Action II. Freedom and Facticity: The Situation III. Freedom and Responsibility 2. Doing and Having I. Existential Psychoanalysis II. "Doing" and "Having": Possession III. Quality as a Revelation of Being Conclusion I. The In-Itself and For-Itself: Metaphysical Implications II. Ethical Implications Index
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