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Northwestern University Press, 1 966) . Hartmann's general thesis is that the internal development of Being and Nothingness should be understood in light of Hegel 's logic and that the basic relation of the for-itself to the in-itself is one of a truncated dialectic . 23 Marxism and Ex i stentialism By the time Sartre wrote the Method in 1 957 , Marxism had become for him the philosophy that weds theory and action . He was experiencing the proletariat , those " ' sub-men con scious of their sub-humanity, ' ' ' (Method, 1 9 , F 23 , NF 29) not merely as a tragic problem that had not yet been resolved , but as a h istorical phenomenon that was being maintained in existence by present practices .
Revised by Arlette Elkaim Sartre (Paris: Gallimard , 1 985). 3. Sartre, Search for a Method, trans . Hazel E . Barnes (New York: Al fre d A . K n opf 1 963) . Problem of Method, trans. Hazel E. Barnes (London: Methuen & Co. , 1 964) . 4. Sartre , Critique of Dialectical Reason, vol. I, Theory of Practical Ensembles, trans. A lan Sheridan-Smith (London: New Left Books, 1 976) . References to the French editions of the Ques tion de methode and the Critique will be indicated simply by "F" for the original edition and "NF" for the new (with page number) .
What succeeded it? A sudden zest, a new appetite for the concrete" (2 1 ) . 31 Marxism and Existential ism hypostasized abstraction . There are, he s ays , only "philosophies . " Neverthe less, in certain historical situations in which a specified kind of totalization clarifies the self-consciousness of the rising class , a philosophy e xists for that time. Since the s ixteenth century, we have had the philosophies of Descartes and Locke , Kant and Hegel , and , finally, Marx . "At the time of the noblesse du robe and of mercantile capitalism , a bourgeoisie of law yers , merchant s, and bankers gai ned a certain self-awareness through Cartesiani sm; a century and a half later, in the primitive stages of industrialization , a bourgeoisie of manufacturers , engineers , and scientists dimly discovered itself in the image of universal man which Kantianism offered to it" (Method.
A Commentary on Jean-Paul Satre's Critique of Dialectical Reason by Joseph S. Catalano