Sarte: Intellectual of the Twentieth Century

Drake, David
December 2003
Sartre Studies International;2003, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p29
Academic Journal
Discusses the socioeconomic and classical political intellectual views of the French intellectual Jean-Paul Sartre. Sartre's attempt in the wake of the events of 1968 to radicalize the political definition by championing the concept of the revolutionary intellectual; Sense in which Sartre needed the status quo; Support given to the students in the student revolt of May-June 1968.


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