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سارترFrance and one of line best known philosophers of his dayPhilip Thody a former Professor of French Literature explains the basic ideas that inspired Sartre's existential world view paying particular attention to his concert of 'personal freedom

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  • Nandakishore Varma

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترThis book is a short introduction to Sartre's life philosophy and works Being in the format of a graphic novel though the story is not told seuentially through panels as a normal comic book it is easily accessible and engages the reader's inter


  • Forrest

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترI picked this up on a whim at a local second hand bookstore My only meaningful experience with Sartre was reading and seeing the play No Exit and the examination of Sartre and his work as presented in the most excellent and strongly recommended book Irrational Man A Study in Existential Philosophy I thought I could stand to learn about the man and his p


  • John

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترA reasonable introduction to Sartre’s work I have to say I am struggling with his novels and this graphic book helped a lot He was a complicated msn and contradictory in many of his works However I admire him in his beliefs and convictions Ultimately his idea of s socialist society was s failure and capitalism won in most of the Western world The book is great in giving a synopsis of his major works life and beliefs The continuous conflict between the classes are fathers haves and have nots I liked the summaries albeit they lacked detail It did give me a bit information on what is existentialism especially the uote from Nausea ‘Everything t


  • Nathan Miller

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترGood introduction to some of Sartre's key concepts but poorly elaborated on even for an introductionA lot of the cha


  • Bernie Gourley

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترJean Paul Sartre was a French philosopher author and critic and this introductory guide discusses each of those aspects in descending order of emphasis – meaning it’s largely about his philosophy but it offers insight to his literary works and touches upon his criticism This is the third book in this series that I’ve read and I found it to be the best so far The other two books I’ve read also each explored the work of a philosopher fyi – the others were Baudrillard and Kant and I think this one was the most appealing to read because it was able to draw upon Sartre’s literary work to convey his


  • Aditi Gupta

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترOpened my mind to so many new dimensions


  • Wilde Sky

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترThis book provides a brief overview of a famous French authorI found this book too rambling disjointed but I get the sense that Sartre was an interesting individual


  • Rick

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترAs an introductory text it barely serves its purpose The illustrations help and seeing Sartre as a child with the style of glasses and facial features adds a humorous touch My issue with the book is editorializing and barely covered slights aimed at Sartre and de Beauvoir such as the following from page 72Pity that she prevented what might have been the very interesting collection of her and Sartre's genes from being passed on to the next generation She also refused the opportunity of showing how much better she and Sartre were at bringing up children than they present their parents and grandparents as having beenSeriously? This is a valid point of critiue that was deemed worthy to include? This is a point I would expect from an analysis done by someone in early high school years A similarly cheaply phrased jab at the mid 20th century revolution in Cuba reveals an apparent utter lack of familiarity


  • Tamara Herrington

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترThe best thing about this book is the accessibility it provides for beginners to Sartre The writings about Sartre's Marxism are satisfactory as a springboard for the reader to delve further at their own leisure Unfortunately it seems a bit too sparse in providing an introduction to Sartre's philosophical work Also the author's biases seep into some parts of the book specifically the comment about Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir's lack of children which provides very little to the readers understanding of Sartre It's a serviceable introduction but I wouldn't limit myself to only this book if I wanted an overview of Sartre


  • Xander Fraum

    Download doc ´ سارتر ↠ Philip Thody سارترThis book spends literally a single page explaining the existential tradition he came out of It treats him less like a philosopher and like a writer I don't feel like it contributed a lot to my understanding of Sartre It also jumped around a lot and had some pretty torturous sentences not too good for an introduction to anyone Plus the illustrations weren't so good