Critique of Dialectical Reason
Critique of Dialectical Reason, (French: Critique de la raison dialectique) (1960), (Volume I: Theory of Practical Ensembles) was the last of Jean-Paul Sartre's major philosophical works: it attempts to use Existentialism as a foundational contribution to Marxism as described in Search for a Method, both of which were written as a common manuscript of some 755 pages with Sartre intending the Critique to logically precede Search. The second volume with an incomplete treatment of the Stalinization of the Bolshevik revolution was published in French in 1985 and in English in 1992.
The Theory of Practical Ensembles.
The Dogmatic Dialectic and the Critical Dialectic
Critique of Critical Investigation
Book I - From Individual Praxis to the Practico-Inert
Individual Praxis as Totalisation
Human Relations as Mediation between Different Sectors of Materiality
Matter as Totalised Totality: a First Encounter with Necessity
Book II - From Groups to History
The Fused Group
The Statutory Group
The Constituted Dialectic
The Unity of the Group as Other: the Militant
The Place of History
Class Struggle and Dialectical Reason
The Intelligibility of History
Is Struggle Intelligible?
Conflict, Moment of a Totalisation or Irreducible Rift?
Relations between the Individual Conflict and the Fundamental Conflicts of the Social Ensemble
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