Bad Faith and the Unconscious

In Hugh LaFolette (ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley (2013)
Abstract
Freud's account of repression retains vestiges of the Cartesian model of the mind. Sartre's argument against Freud is essentially an objection to this Cartesian aspect, which Sartre's own theory of bad faith dispenses with.
Keywords self-deception  bad faith  unconscious  Sartre  Freud
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