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Socrates Meets Sartre: The Father of Philosophy Meets the Founder of Existentialism
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Socrates Meets Sartre: The Father of Philosophy Meets the Founder of Existentialism

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Ignatius 2005

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$10.99

Overview

In Socrates Meets Sartre, Peter Kreeft takes the reader through the world of existentialist philosophy, posing questions that challenge Sartre’s existentialist concepts. Based on a fictional dialogue between Socrates and Sartre that takes place in the afterlife, this profound and witty book makes an entertaining and informative exploration of modern philosophy.

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Key Features

  • Takes the reader through the world of existentialist philosophy
  • Poses questions that challenge Sartre’s existentialist concepts
  • Presents a fictional dialogue between Socrates and Sartre that takes place in the afterlife

Contents

  • In Hell?
  • The First Principle of Existentialism
  • Atheism and Honesty
  • “Being-in-itself” and “Being-for-itself”
  • Method
  • Man (and Woman)
  • Am I My Life?
  • Responsibility
  • Freedom and Values
  • Freedom
  • The Family
  • Love

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About Peter Kreeft

Peter Kreeft is a philosopher, theologian, and apologist. His concise, lucid, wit-infused prose draws frequent comparisons to that of C. S. Lewis. He has written dozens of books on understanding philosophy, defending the Christian faith, and encouraging Catholics on difficult doctrine. He is currently professor of philosophy at Boston College.