Jean-Paul Sartre, 1980

Abstract

El problema filosòfic dels últims mesos de la vida de Jean-Paul Sartre encara és d'interès pels especialistes en l'obra del pensador de París. Alguns crítics, prenent com a punt de partida el seu article L'Espoir maintenant, publicat pocs dies abans de la seva mort, han parlat d'un últim període en el pensament de Sartre que suposaria un trencament amb la filosofia que havia postulat al llarg de molts anys. Tanmateix, també és possible de llegir aquest article amb coherència amb les tesis que han caracteritzat la filosofia sartreana. El present article mostra aquestes dues lectures i defensa que, en absència d'una obra compacta i acabada, no són suficients les meres conjectures per parlar d'un canvi radical en el pensament de Jean-Paul Sartre.The philosophical problem of the last months of Jean-Paul Sartre's life is still a topic of interest for specialists in the works of this Parisian thinker. Some critics, taking as their starting point the article L'Espoir maintenant, which was published just a few days before his death, have spoken of a final stage in Sartreana thought that would suppose a break with the philosophy that had postulated throughout so many years. However, it is also possible to read this article as being perfectly coherent with the suppositions that had long characterised Sartre's philosophy. This article sets out to juxtapose these two readings, and argues that, in absence of any reasoned suggestion by the author himself that his represented the beginning of a new stage in his thought, mere philosophical conjectures are not enough to permit us to speak of a radical change in the thinking of Jean-Paul Sartre

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This paper was published in Hemeroteca Cientifica Catalana.

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