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Sartre, romantic rationalist

Iris Murdoch

Sartre, romantic rationalist

by Iris Murdoch

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Published by Chatto & Windus in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sartre, Jean Paul, 1905-

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSartre.
    StatementIris Murdoch.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB2430.S34 M8 1987b
    The Physical Object
    Pagination158 p. ;
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2096271M
    ISBN 100701130954
    LC Control Number88142049

      In the English-speaking world, it was Murdoch who did much to communicate Sartre’s ideas. Her early book Sartre: Romantic Rationalist () is a pioneering study of his fiction. Although she was critical from the start, it is her book The Sovereignty of Good () that features her most trenchant and well-known attack. , Sartre: romantic rationalist / by Iris Murdoch Bowes & Bowes Cambridge Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

      Sartre: Romantic Rationalist is all about the thinker, about his philosophy and his novels Her fair if unflattering book is the best way in to what finally matters to Sartre * Observer * A remarkably intelligent and penetrating introduction to Sartre * Times Literary Supplement *Author: Iris Murdoch. The Book and the Brotherhood () The Message to the Planet () The Green Knight () Jackson's Dilemma () Short Stories. Something Special () Philosophy. Sartre: Romantic Rationalist () The Sovereignty of Good () The Fire and the Sun () Metaphysics as Education: Somerville College, Oxford, Newnham .

    Jean-Paul Sartre () Sartre, romantic rationalist Iris Murdoch Not In Library. Not In Library. Not In Library. Borrow. Borrow. Borrow. Borrow. L' homme en procès Simon, Pierre Henri Not In Library. , Accessible book, Existentialism, Criticism and interpretation. In the book Critique de la raison dialectique (), all of Sartre’s attempts to overcome the gulf between spiritualized man and the material world yield only his own simple combination of reworked psychoanalysis, empirical group sociology, and cultural anthropology, revealing the flimsiness of Sartre’s claims to have “built onto.


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Editorial Reviews. There are nearly 50 monographs in print on Sartre's life and writings. This slender but muscular contribution by a prolific novelist see Murdoch, The Book and the Brotherhood and former Oxford philosophy don attends only to Sartre's novels, giving as context the history of existentialism and Sartre's development as a political : Iris Murdoch.

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All about Sartre: Romantic Rationalist by Iris Murdoch. insightful book offers a view not just of Satre's philosophy or his writing, but of these taken together to the point where the subject of the book is something more like Sartre's "outlook," where the man and his work sometimes even function as a stand-in for existentialism and a style /5(2).

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MURDOCH, Iris. SARTRE: ROMANTIC RATIONALIST. New Haven: Yale University Press, Part of the series Studies in Modern European Literature and Thought, edited by Erich Heller.

First American edition of Murdoch's first book. 78 pp. Slim octavo, orange cloth, titled in black at spine and upper board.

A mostly clean and Read more. In A Memoir: People and Places (), Warnock acknowledged that Murdoch’s Sartre: Romantic Rationalist () had provided an indispensable guide.

this first of Iris’s books is both an Author: Bruce Ross-Smith. Few write as well about philosophy as acclaimed novelist (The Severed Head, etc.) and retired Oxford U. philosophy don Murdoch. Thus this explication of Sartre's thought via the wisely chosen avenue of his fiction proves both penetrative and unusually accessible.

Tree, existentialism's and Sartre's stars have fallen precipitously since the initial publication of this concise&#;and. Find Sartre Romantic Rationalist by Murdoch, Iris at Biblio. First edition of the author's first book - Edward Marsh's copy, with his name inked to the front endpaper and a considerable amount of inked underlining in the text and the occasional margin note in his hand (Marsh died the same year that this volume was published, making this.

Sartre’s first novel, La Nausée, was published in This book is widely considered the most authentic representation of Sartre’s existentialist thought.

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$52 Add To Cart Make an offer. Shop safely with our Chairish Buyer Guarantee. Description. Nice small hardcover with dust jacket. New Haven: Yale University Press, 78 pages.