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Sartre, his philosophy and existential psychoanalysis.

Stern, Alfred

Sartre, his philosophy and existential psychoanalysis.

by Stern, Alfred

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Published by Dell Pub. Co. in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sartre, Jean Paul, -- 1905-,
  • Existentialism.,
  • Psychoanalysis.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 276 p.
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17641513M

    This book explores the implications of Sartean philosophy for the Freudian psychoanalytic tradition. Drawing upon Sartre's work as well as her own experiences as a practicing therapist, Betty Cannon shows that Sartre appreciated Freud's psychoanalytic achievements but rebelled against the determinism of his metatheory.5/5(1). Sartre was an atheist for most of his adult life, atheism being foundational for his style of existentialist philosophy. However, in March , about a month before Sartre's death, he was interviewed by an assistant of his, Benny Lévy, and within these interviews he claimed that he had converted to Messianic Judaism.

      This is a book which takes constant re-reading and reading within context: that is, pick one theme, and read the entire book in search of all Sartre has to say about that theme. This book is completely indispensible to anyone wishing to deal in post-modern philosophy and existentialism: it is a secular philosopher's by: This book of excerpts, edited by my one-time professor, presents a widespread and representative selection of Sartres thought. Though Ive read Sartre before, I felt driven to find out more about his view of the concept of freedom, which in the free-will-versus-determinism debate he articulates better than anyone else I know/5.

    This is a significant omission, especially as Sartre refers to his (philosophical) system as being an “existential psychoanalysis” (Sartre, ). Yet he gives no consideration to the pathological manifestations and symptoms that Freud had observed in the clinic that had driven him to revise his theoretical position repeatedly over the. The chief effort of this work is to face the implications of a universe without purpose. That man is personally responsible for what he is and what he does; that there are no values external to man and no given human nature which he is obliged to fulfill; that man chooses his values and makes himself, and may therefore choose to be a different person--this is the heart of Jean-Paul Sartre.


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Sartre, his philosophy and existential psychoanalysis Paperback – January 1, by Alfred Stern (Author)Author: Alfred Stern.

In outlining the basis for an existentialist psychoanalysis, Sartre gives interesting and riveting existential perspectives on the human situation. I would recommend anyone with an interest in philosophy, psychology, and the human situation in general to give this book a try/5(2). Secondly there is hardly a mention of Alfred Adler's 'Individual Psychology' despite the close similarity with Sartre's existential analysis that Alfred Stern has demonstrated in his book 'Sartre;his Philosophy and Existential Psychoanalysis'.Still this is an excellent text and should be read by Sartre scholars as well as psychotherapists Cited by: Alfred Stern writes a surprisingly lucid introduction to the philosophical and literary works of Sartre, interweaving quotations and interpretations of his books and novels before and after /5.

Existential Psychoanalysis. In Existential Psychoanalysis, Sartre criticizes modern psychology in general, and Freud's determinism in particular. His often brilliant analysis of these areas and his proposals for their correction indicate in what direction an existential psychoanalysis might be developed/5.

Stern analyses Sartre's existential philosophy from an easy perspective, explaining each concept with a reachable language an practical examples. If you are a researcher this is the book for you, if you are not, this is the book for you too.

Remarkable piece of art.5/5(3). A great introduction to Sartre's existential psychoanalysis' as outlined in his magnums opus 'Being and Nothingness'. The author really demonstrates the similarity and relevance of Alfred Adler's individual psychology to Sartre psychoanalysis.

He also demonstrates the main difference between Sartrean psychoanalysis and psychoanalysis generally with regard his philosophy and existential psychoanalysis. book 5/5(1). The mind, Sartre argued, cannot be reduced to a collection of drives and structures, nor is it enslaved to its past as Freud's work suggested.

Sartre advocated an existentialist psychoanalysis based on human freedom and the self's. Sartre's Phenomenological Anthropology Between Psychoanalysis and 'Daseinsanalysis'.

Alain Flajoliet - - Sartre Studies International 16 (1) Sartre His Philosophy and Psychoanalysis. Developing this account affords many insights into various aspects of his philosophy, not least concerning the origins, structure, and effects of bad faith and the resulting ethic of authenticity.

This discussion makes clear the contributions that Sartre’s work can make to current debates over the objectivity of ethics and the psychology of.

A classic work by the founding father of existentialism, describing his philosophy and its relationship to Marxism. This book presents a full decade of Sartre’s work, from the publication of the Critique of Dialectical Reason inthe basic philosophical turning-point in his postwar development, to the inception of his major study on Flaubert, /5(2).

Your next book is different again. This is a book by Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning. I chose this book because it’s an incredibly powerful and moving example of what existentialist thought can actually be for in real life, what good it can do, how it can help Frankl was a concentration camp survivor and a psychotherapist and psychologist.

The mind, Sartre argued, cannot be reduced to a collection of drives and structures, nor is it enslaved to its past as Freud's work suggested. Sartre advocated an existentialist psychoanalysis based on human freedom and the self's 3/5(1).

Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology, sometimes published with the subtitle A Phenomenological Essay on Ontology, is a book by the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. In the book, Sartre develops a philosophical account in support of his existentialism, dealing with topics such as consciousness, perception, social philosophy, self-deception, the existence of "nothingness", psychoanalysis Author: Jean-Paul Sartre.

Buy a cheap copy of Existential Psychoanalysis book by Jean-Paul Sartre. In Existential Psychoanalysis, Sartre criticizes modern psychology in general, and Freud's determinism in particular.

His often brilliant analysis of these areas Free shipping over $/5(2). Nausea (French: La Nausée) is a philosophical novel by the existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul hed init is Sartre's first novel and, in his own opinion, one of his best works. The novel takes place in 'Bouville' (homophone of Boue-ville, literally, 'Mud town') a town similar to Le Havre, and it concerns a dejected historian, who becomes convinced that inanimate objects Author: Jean-Paul Sartre.

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New York, Delacorte Press []. In Existential Psychoanalysis, Sartre criticizes modern psychology in general, and Freud's determinism in particular.

His often brilliant analysis of these areas and his proposals for their correction indicate in what direction an existential psychoanalysis might be : Regnery Publishing. Jean-Paul Sartre, French novelist, playwright, and exponent of Existentialism—a philosophy acclaiming the freedom of the individual human being.

He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature inbut he declined it. Learn more about Sartre’s life, works, and philosophy in this article. Alfred Stern has 53 books on Goodreads with 30 ratings. Alfred Stern’s most popular book is Sartre, His Philosophy and Existential Psychoanalysis.In Existential Psychoanalysis, Sartre criticizes modern psychology in general, and Freud's determinism in often brilliant analysis of these areas and his proposals for their correction indicate in what direction an existential psychoanalysis might be developed.4/5(1).Alfred Stern is the author of Sartre, His Philosophy and Existential Psychoanalysis ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 1 review, published ), How Mail Ord /5.