The scandalous ghost; Sartre's existentialism as related to vitalism, humanism, mysticism, Marxism, by Jacques L. Salvan.


Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1967.

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Subjects Existentialism.
Existentialisme.
Existentialismus.
Existentiefilosofie.
Humanisme (levensbeschouwing)
Marxisme.
Mystiek.
Sartre, Jean-Paul, 1905-1980.
Sartre, Jean-Paul.
Vitalisme (filosofie)
Description 216 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 201-210).
Summary Explains existentialism by situating it among other philosophies as one basic human attitude; appendix on existentialism and art.
Contents Preface: an encounter -- Introduction: existentialism as the 'situated cogito' -- Existentialism and vitalism -- Existentialism and humanism -- The scandal of multiplicity of consciousness -- Existential symbolism -- 'That Art Thou Not': existentialism and mysticism -- Existentialism and Marxism -- Conclusion: a farewell.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)371989
(OCoLC)ocm00371989
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WorldCat Identities Salvan, Jacques L. 1898-
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