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From the Publisher"....In this exploration of four of Sartre's works, Catalano (emer., Kean Univ. of New Jersey) argues that the themes of the later works are consistent with the earlier work, serving to further illustrate how freedom is limited by that of others.... this volume will serve as an insightful introduction to the themes of Sartre's major works.... Recommended...."
— J. A. Gauthier, University of Portland, CHOICE
".... For readers interested in psychology and psychological analysis Reading Sartre may serve as a very short introduction to Sartre's non-psychoanalytic way of something like psychoanalysis.... an integrated and lucid presentation of Sartre...."
—Dr. Manuel Bremer, Universitat Dusseldorf, Germany, Metapsychology Online
"....Overall, Catalano's work reads like the best form of active exposition.... what is most distinctive about this book is that while it does not break new ground or contemplate ''using'' Sartre in turn, Catalano has devoted himself to identifying threads of profound continuity in Sartre's work, an exercise that the stridently systematic Sartre would no doubt appreciate...."
—Brian Seitz, Arts & Humanities Division, Babson College, Philosophical Inquiry
"Catalano has written an important book of impressive scope and interest, as Reading Sartre is a well-constructed and coherent volume."
—George Lăzăroiu, PhD /IISHSS, New York, Review of Contemporary Philosophy