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By Joseph S. Catalano

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ISBN-13: 9780226097015

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24 On the wider, historical level of the Critique, however, it is also clear that "conflict" is real and oppressive . From this perspective , the claim in Being 24 . In Being and Nothingness. Sartre implicitly distinguishes two different ways in which hu­ man relations may " fail " (379) . See Comme1ltary BN, 1 83 ; see also Book I, chapter IV, section 4. 35 Marxism and Existentialism ------ and Nothingness that "conflict" is the essence of human relations can now be seen to say something else about human relations: we have made an environ­ ment in which our large-scale relations to each other are such that we natu­ rally must have another group of humans as our enemy.

Finally, situated like Hegel at the end of this h i s ­ tory, w e should b e able t o understand how w e have been produced by the h i s ­ torical process and how w e are one with this dialectic . The Hegel ian dialectic thus aims at a concrete that is also an absolute; that is, the goal is to compre­ hend an existing individual and a historical world in which being is meanhowever, in ge n era l agreement w i th Fl yn n s approach to the Critique. He h as given one of the m o s t compre hen s i ve descriptions of the role of the th ird in hi st or i al relations .

But the i mport of Ghost is that the condition for the possibi l ity o f de­ Stalinization was already destroyed by the leaders that followed Stali n (Ghost , 1 00 - 1 07 ) . After the invasion of Poland , Sartre had definitely given up on Russian communism , but not on so­ cialism or French communism (Ghost, 1 2 1 - 29) . Anderson's interpretation of the Ghost leads also to a pessimistic reading of the last third of Critique I and the unfinished manuscript of Critique II. 30 Background: Search for a Method When we turn to the Method to see how the relation between existentialism and Marxism weds theory and action , we must keep the occasional character of the work in mind.

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