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Genuine Reciprocity & Group Authenticity: The Social Ontologies of Sartre and Foucault

Boileau Ph.D., Dr. Kevin

Editorial: Epis Publishing Company
ISBN 10: 0984951210 / ISBN 13: 9780984951215
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Título: Genuine Reciprocity & Group Authenticity: ...

Editorial: Epis Publishing Company

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Sinopsis: This study utilizes Sartre's notion of concrete freedom and its underlying theoretical framework in his Critique of Dialectical Reason to prepare a space in social ontology for Foucauldian concepts of power and resistance. By carefully reconstructing Sartre's theory of groups, along with a supplemental analysis in terms of Foucault's ideas of power, subjectivity and freedom, this work engages a careful comparison of both thinkers. The study links their respective notions of freedom and self, showing how different conceptions of power inform the creation of subjectivity. Moreover, the study shows that there is a connection between power and subjectivation in Foucault's work and conscious "upsurge" and the circuit of selfness in Sartre's. The challenge, therefore, is to harness these two movements, power/force on the one hand and consciousness/transcendence on the other, to social agency in a way that respects the freedom and responsibility of the group member. The study meets this challenge and also introduces us to Sartre's socio-ontological concept of the mediating third party to perform this unifying task. The study is well researched and also includes a good comparative analysis of freedom from the standpoints of phenomenology and post-structuralism.

Biografía del autor: Kevin Boileau, Ph.D., J.D.,LL.M., is a senior psychoanalyst, researcher, and professor at the Existential Psychoanalytic Institute and Society of North America (with centers in the Bay Area, Seattle and Missoula). He is the Executive Manager of the academic journal, Presencing EPIS, (dedicated to contemporary existential psychoanalysis and phenomenology). He is also the author of several other books and articles, as well as a regular speaker at local colloquia.

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