Paul Vincent Spade's "Jean-Paul Sartre" Page.
Sartre (not Spade), looking unusually
This Web Page is maintained by Paul Vincent Spade, Professor of Philosophy
at Indiana University,
There is a surprising lack of material on Sartre available on the Web. Here
are some small contributions to fix that appalling situation:
Note: Most of the materials in this section are in the Adobe
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Paul Sartre's Being and Nothingness: Class Notes, Fall 1995. (sartre1.pdf
= 1,147,027 bytes).
This is a set of class notes for a graduate-level course I taught in the
Fall semester, 1995, on Sartre's early philosophy. The main work, of
course, was Being and Nothingness, but we also discussed
Husserl's The Idea of Phenomenology, Sartre's Transcendence
of the Ego and other works along the way. (Some of them we discussed
Paul Sartre's Being and Nothingness: Course Materials. (sartre2.pdf
= 404,906 bytes).
This is a set of class materials going with the course described above.
They include a list of relevant primary and secondary books, outlines of
Husserl's The Idea of Phenomenology and of various sections of Being
and Nothingness, notes on Transcendence of the Ego, a fairly
extensive discussion of "Existentialism Is A Humanism," and
- Christopher Vaughan, Pure Reflection: Self-Knowledge and
Moral Understanding in the Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre (Ph.D.
dissertation, Indiana University, 1993) (Vaughan.pdf = 664,792 bytes).
Not So Serious Stuff:
Sartre's famous "cookbook," recently discovered and
published. I have personally tried some of these recipes, and they're
"authentically" delicious! (HTML format, for your viewing
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