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Civic Virtue

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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...The previous chapter brought together the ethical concept of recognition and Sartre’s group theory. I argued that mutual recognition is a vital measure of the health of social institutions like voluntary associations and the family. We...

Morality

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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... moral concepts, for example by denying that freedom, authenticity and bad faith are moral terms. But despite his rhetoric, Sartre’s status as an ‘inveterate moralist’ is well established.T. R. Flynn, ‘Mediated Reciprocity and the Genius...

Bad Faith

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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...In a scant section at the end of BN, entitled ‘Ethical Implications’, Sartre remarks that the concept of human freedom is purely descriptive and not ethically prescriptive. ‘Ontology can not formulate ethical precepts.’BN 795. Elsewhere...

Freedom

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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... situation.Sartre gives the example of a worker in 1830 who doesn’t revolt because he doesn’t see his situation as unbearable. (BN 561)BN 668.BN 668.Sartre gives the example of a worker in 1830 who doesn’t revolt because he doesn’t see his...

Self

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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... amounts to conditioning. Just as the mountaineer may give up mountaineering, the man who has acted bravely in the past may abandon the project of bravery. ‘[T]he project in order to be must be constantly renewed. I choose myself perpetually...

Introduction

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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... Christian than Lutherans? Are Hassids more authentically Jewish than reconstructionists? Is an African-American who goes to school at Booker T. Washington College and listens to Blues more authentically black than others? Can a white person...

Recognition in Groups

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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... may be based on primitive leadership.Sartre uses the memorable example of the storming of the Bastille to exemplify spontaneous group praxis. See CDR 351. Leadership is one method, not the only method, of providing a common measure between...

Conclusions

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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...My purpose has been to defend the ethical dimension of Sartrean existentialism. I have argued against the common view that existentialism is philosophy of subjectivism and individualism. Unlocking the potential of Sartrean ethics requires...

Authenticity

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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... of authenticity as lucidly embracing freedom and transcending bad faith. ‘[I]t goes without saying that authenticity lies in unveiling being through the mode of nonbeing. If it is false that I am courageous and false that I am not so, we have to make...

Engagement

T. Storm Heter

T. Storm Heter received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and currently teaches philosophy at East Stroudsburg University, PA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sartre’s Ethics of Engagement : Authenticity and Civic Virtue

Continuum, 2006

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... The essence of citizenship is recognition. In the language of T. H. Marshall, ‘social citizenship’ is just as important as political and civic citizenship.‘Citizenship and Social Class’, in Citizenship and Social Class and Other Essays...