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By István Mészáros

Initialement publié en 1979 , le livre Le travail de Sartre : l. a. poursuite de los angeles liberté aurait dû avoir un deuxième quantity intitulé Le défi de l'histoire , qui analyserait los angeles notion sartrienne de l'histoire . En raison d'autres projets , y compris le chef-d'œuvre Au-delà de l. a. capitale , István Mészáros était en mesure d'intégrer cette examine que dans cette édition , élargi et mis à jour , le Boitempo fournit au lecteur portugais avant même sa sortie en anglais . Le livre a le mérite de placer Jean- Paul Sartre par rapport à los angeles pensée du XXe siècle et trajectoire d'approche dans toutes ses manifestations - comme un romancier, dramaturge , philosophe et activiste politique . Écrivain était une cible de nombreuses attaques , les assets les plus variées et puissant , comme Sartre : " En 1948 , pas moins que le gouvernement soviétique de Staline prend place officielle contre le philosophe , et dans l. a. même année , un décret spécial du Saint-Office Index met dans toutes ses œuvres » , dit Meszaros . Quelles sont les raisons? Et remark est-il attainable pour une personne seule , avec los angeles plume comme seule arme , est aussi efficace que Sartre à une époque qui have a tendency à faire de l'individu complètement impuissant ? Les écrits du philosophe marxiste non seulement cherchent des réponses , ainsi que de formuler de nouvelles questions sur l. a. vie et l'œuvre de Sartre , l'élucidation de leur contribution au monde . Lorsque demandé récemment à propos de los angeles raison que vous avez décidé d'écrire sur Sartre , Mészáros a répondu: «J'ai toujours senti que les marxistes étaient redevables à lui , parce que nous vivons à une époque où le pouvoir du capital est dominant , une époque où , de manière significative , los angeles résonance platitude politique est que « il n'y a pas d'alternative» . [ ... ] Sartre était un homme qui a toujours prêché tout le contraire : il existe une replacement , il doit y avoir une resolution de rechange , tant qu'individus, nous devons nous rebeller contre ce pouvoir . Marxistes , en général , n'ont pas réussi à donner une voix à ce que " . En le disant catégoriquement l' value de Sartre à l. a. formation des nouvelles générations , pas Mészáros défend son choix philosophique , c'est à dire , l'existentialisme , mais partage pleinement leur yet : l. a. nécessité de connaître une rébellion contre le « pas d'alternative» . " Ce livre peut être considéré comme los angeles rencontre de deux attitudes coexistent chez le même auteur et un lien vers ce qui est son objet d'étude : l'affinité politique profonde et énorme désaccord philosophique qui peut être vu dans los angeles relation entre Sartre et Mészáros . Que s'élève au-dessus des controverses conceptuelles est l. a. défense d'une reason , le rachat des espoirs et des attentes plus élevées que les outils doctrinales que nous utilisons pour essayer de les accomplir », dit le professeur de philosophie à l'Université de São Paulo Franklin Leopoldo e Silva oreille dans le livre. Pour Mészáros , l'importance de messages sans compromis sur Sartre besoin de remplacement est plus élevé aujourd'hui qu'il ne l' a jamais été auparavant . Le philosophe français n'a pas vécu pour voir une grande partie de ce temps, les gens se rendent à l'activité des pouvoirs de répression au nom de particularisme et de l'individualisme . Pour cette raison , Sartre est aujourd'hui un mauvais memento essentiel de tout .
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Publicado originalmente em 1979, o livro A obra de Sartre: busca da liberdade deveria ter tido um segundo quantity intitulado O desafio da história, o qual analisaria a concepção sartriana de história. Devido a outros projetos, entre os quais a obra-prima Para além do capital, István Mészáros pôde retomar essa análise somente na presente edição, ampliada e atualizada, que a Boitempo disponibiliza ao leitor de língua portuguesa antes mesmo de seu lançamento em inglês. O livro tem o mérito de situar Jean-Paul Sartre em relação ao pensamento do século XX e abordar sua trajetória em todas as suas manifestações – como romancista, dramaturgo, filósofo e militante político. Escritor algum foi alvo de tantos ataques, de origens as mais variadas e poderosas, quanto Sartre: “Em 1948, nada menos do que o governo soviético de Stalin imagine posição oficial contra o filósofo e, no mesmo ano, um decreto especial do Santo Ofício coloca no Index a totalidade de suas obras”, lembra Mészáros. Quais as razões disso? E como é possível que um indivíduo sozinho, tendo a caneta como única arma, seja tão eficiente como Sartre numa época que tende a tornar o indivíduo completamente impotente? Os escritos do filósofo marxista buscam não apenas as respostas, como também formulam novos questionamentos sobre a vida e a obra de Sartre, elucidando sua contribuição para o mundo. Quando interrogado recentemente sobre o motivo que o levou a escrever sobre Sartre, Mészáros respondeu: “Sempre senti que os marxistas deviam muito a ele, pois vivemos numa period em que o poder do capital é dominador, uma period em que, significantemente, a ressonante platitude dos políticos é que ’não há alternativa‘. [...] Sartre foi um homem que sempre pregou exatamente o oposto: há uma alternativa, deve haver uma alternativa; como indivíduos, devemos nos rebelar contra esse poder. Os marxistas, de modo geral, não conseguiram dar voz a isso”. Ao afirmar tão categoricamente a importância de Sartre para a formação das novas gerações, Mészáros não defende sua escolha filosófica, ou seja, o existencialismo, mas compartilha plenamente de sua meta: a necessidade de uma rebelião contra o saber do “não há alternativa”. “Este livro pode ser visto como o encontro de duas atitudes que convivem num mesmo autor e o vinculam àquele que é o seu objeto de estudo: a profunda afinidade política e a enorme discordância filosófica que se podem constatar na relação entre Mészáros e Sartre. O que se eleva acima das controvérsias conceituais é a defesa de uma causa, o resgate de esperanças e expectativas maiores do que os instrumentos doutrinais que utilizamos para tentar realizá-las”, ressalta o professor de filosofia da Universidade de São Paulo Franklin Leopoldo e Silva na orelha do livro. Para Mészáros, a importância da mensagem intransigente de Sartre sobre a necessária alternativa é maior hoje do que já foi anteriormente. O filósofo francês não viveu para ver grande parte das pessoas engajadas daquela época se render aos poderes da repressão em nome do privatismo e do individualismo. Por esse motivo, Sartre é hoje uma lembrança terrível e ao mesmo pace imprescindível.

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