From Freedom to Liberty: A Critique of the Ethics of Jean-Paul Sartre.pdf Public

Argues that the French word liberteĀ“ (which translates into English as either "freedom" or "liberty") conceals an unacknowledged move in Sartre's philosophy from an individualistic, psychologistic concept of freedom in his early works to a political, sociological concept of liberty in the later works, which creates a tension undermining Sartre's promised plan to publish a book on ethics, as he said he would at the end of Being and Nothingness


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