The Social Thought of Jean-Paul Sartre

@article{Adler1949TheST,
  title={The Social Thought of Jean-Paul Sartre},
  author={Franz Adler},
  journal={American Journal of Sociology},
  year={1949},
  volume={55},
  pages={284 - 294}
}
  • F. Adler
  • Published 1 November 1949
  • Philosophy
  • American Journal of Sociology
Disappointment with science characterizes modern existentialism, yet the existentialist Sartre seems to move back to science. Though a philosopher, he deserves the attention of the sociologist because of the hypotheses and thought models he offers. Sartre starts from a phenomenologist epistemology. Man chooses and makes himself by acting. Any action implies the judgment that it is right under the circumstances not only for the actor, but also for everybody else in similar circumstances. Thus… 
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