Sartre: A Guide for the Perplexed (Guides for the Perplexed) by Gary Cox (2006-05-23)

Book Sartre: A Guide for the Perplexed (Guides for the Perplexed) by Gary Cox (2006-05-23)

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- By: Gary Cox(Author)
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- Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic (1772)
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  • By robin on January 16, 2011

    Perplexed? I most definitely was until I read this book!!I really enjoyed Cox's book 'How to be an Existentialist', which I believe has become a best seller and something of a life-changing cult book, and, as it inspired me to learn more about Existentialist thinking, I decided to read this more intellectually challenging book as a kind of sequel! From reading his other books, I know that Cox is brilliant when it comes to explaining difficult, complex ideas and concepts to the non-expert reader and so I trusted him to do the same in this book - and, once again, he did not let me down.Sartre for the Perplexed has helped me to gain a deeper grasp of Sartrean and existential concepts. It is thoroughly enjoyeable and enlightening, it is written with a high degree of clarity, is clearly structured, constantly building on what went before, and it really helped me to grasp what are extremely complicated ideas.I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to deepen their knowledge of Sartre / existentialism.Thank you Dr Cox. I look forward to reading your next book soon.

  • By toronto on September 19, 2012

    This is a very interesting review of Sartre's early work, not just exposition, but with critical reflections. It is perhaps best read after one has at least read "Transcendence of the Ego" or "Being and Nothingness", and got some of the original under one's belt. My only complaint (since we are talking a guide here) is that the author begins with comparing Sartre and Hegel and their views on "non-being", etc. This is not a great place to start!!! In fact the book gets better as it goes on, more readable, more interesting.

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