Jean-Paul Sartre and Morality

A Legacy Under Attack. The Sartrean legacy in moral philosophy is under siege. While Jean-Paul Sartre is regarded as a well-accomplished writer in philosophy, novel, playwright, and biography, just to name a few, many are convinced that ethics was not his strongest suit. His approach to morality is often rebuked vociferously. More

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About Ben Wood Johnson

Ben Wood Johnson is an author, educator, and philosopher. Dr. Johnson graduated from Pennsylvania State University and Villanova University. He is a multidisciplinary scholar. Dr. Johnson writes about philosophy, legal theory, public and foreign policy, education, politics, ethics, race, and crime. His intellectual roots are based on several literary traditions, including, but not limited to, Modern Existentialism, Survivalism, Pragmatism, and Marxism. Dr. Johnson is fluent in many languages, including, but not limited to, French (native tongue), English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian. He enjoys reading, poetry, painting, and music.

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