Lordship and bondage in Merleau-ponty and Sartre

Political Theory 7 (2):201-227 (1979)

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James Schmidt
Boston University
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The article examines the use made of hegel's dialectic of lordship and bondage in kojeve, sartre and merleau-ponty as a means of discussing the problem of merging a phenomenology of social life with a dialectical conception of philosophical narration. it is argued that neither sartre nor merleau-ponty can reconcile phenomenology and dialectic without an ontologizing of politics which ultimately provides a misleadingly abstract account of political life. while concentrating on the period 1945-1955, the article draws out certain implications for the evaluation of sartre and merleau-ponty's later work.
Keywords Social phil master-slave dialectic politics
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DOI 10.1177/009059177900700204
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