A Philosophical Biography
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1. The childhood of a genius; 2. An elite education: student, author, soldier, teacher; 3. Teaching in the Lycee, 1931-1939; 4. First triumph: The Imagination; 5. Consciousness as imagination; 6. The necessity of contingency: Nausea; 7. The war years, 1939-1944; 8. Bad faith in human life: Being and Nothingness; 9. Existentialism: the fruit of liberation; 10. Ends and means: existential ethics; 11. Means and ends: political existentialism; 12. A theory of history: Search for a Method; 13. Individuals and groups: Critique of Dialectical Reason; 14. A second ethics?; 15. Existential biography: Flaubert and others; Conclusion: the Sartrean imaginary, chastened but indomitable.
The first book-length study of Sartre as philosopher of the imaginary and the development of his philosophical, literary, aesthetic and political thought.