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Sartre on Sin Between Being and Nothingness




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 11/2019





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Sartre on Sin: Between Being and Nothingness argues that Jean-Paul Sartre's early, anti-humanist philosophy is indebted to the Christian doctrine of original sin. On the standard reading, Sartre's most fundamental and attractive idea is freedom: he wished to demonstrate the existence of human freedom, and did so by connecting consciousness with nothingness. Focusing on Being and Nothingness, Kate Kirkpatrick demonstrates that Sartre's concept of nothingness (le néant) has a Christian genealogy which has been overlooked in philosophical and theological discussions of his work. Previous scholars have noted the resemblance between Sartre's and Augustine's ontologies: to name but one shared theme, both thinkers describe the human as the being through which nothingness enters the world. However, there has been no previous in-depth examination of this 'resemblance'. Using historical, exegetical, and conceptual methods, Kirkpatrick demonstrates that Sartre's intellectual formation prior to his discovery of phenomenology included theological elements-especially concerning the compatibility of freedom with sin and grace. After outlining the French Augustinianisms by which Sartre's account of the human as 'between being and nothingness' was informed, Kirkpatrick offers a close reading of Being and Nothingness which shows that the psychological, epistemological, and ethical consequences of Sartre's le néant closely resemble the consequences of its theological predecessor; and that his account of freedom can be read as an anti-theodicy. Sartre on Sin illustrates that Sartre' s insights are valuable resources for contemporary hamartiology.




Sommario

1 - Sartre and Sin
2 - French Sins, I: 'Mystiques du néant' and 'les disciples de Saint Augustin'
3 - French Sins, II: Individuals and their Sins
4 - Problems of Nothingness: Identity, Anxiety, and Bad Faith
5 - The Fallen Self: In Search of Lost Being
6 - Lonely Togetherness: Shame, The Body, and Dissimilarity
7 - Freedom: On Being our Own Nothingness
8 - Death of God, Death of Love: The Hermeneutics of Despair
9 - Sin is Dead, Long Live Sin




Autore

Kate Kirkpatrick is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Hertfordshire and Lecturer in Theology at St Peter's College, Oxford.







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780198848868

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Oxford Theology and Religion Monographs
Dimensioni: 213 x 15.6 x 137 mm Ø 346 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 288






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