This book briefly examines the philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre. It explores the current debate reviews some of the issues that are often levied against Sartre. This text is part of a series of works, which the author recently compiled on the subject. But the present work does not explore in depth the extent of the issues.
Jean-Paul Sartre was a pioneer in human literature. However, few people believe that Sartre played a substantial role in moral philosophy. This book presents a thoughtful rebuke of popular dissenting voices against Sartre. The central argument echoed through the text is that Sartre was an unparalleled intellectual artisan.
This short opus is part of a collection of a larger body of work, which are dedicated to the subject of law or legal obligation. This installment focuses on natural law. The goal here is to elucidate the essentiality of citizen obedience. Another goal here is to make the case that, while in theory the notion of natural law seems to contradict the concept known as positive law, when it comes to legal obligation (in practice of course), any distinction, if it were to exist at all, is negligible.
This text examines the degree to which natural law (as presently understood) could explicate the reason people may feel obligated to obey laws. The book further explores the rationale for legal obedience in terms of morality and reason. It examines popular legal precepts, notably positive law and other doctrines related to natural law.
The arguments echoed throughout the text are unique. But it is important to point out that a full appreciation of the notion of Natural Law may require some anterior understanding about the concept of Legal Theory. I encourage you to keep a positive outlook as you navigate the manuscript.
Vietnam was also a complex military undertaken. Over the years, many inquirers have explored the conflict from various angles. This book approaches the war from a different lens. It explores the events that led to the end of the war.
The book explores the policy rationale that led the Americans to leave Saigon, which also led to the fall of Saigon. At the time, Saigon was among the last American strongholds in Indochina. This book depicts a broader panorama about what transpired in Vietnam.
Racism: What Is It?
Racism is a very complex psycho-social issue. But the literature is ambivalent about the nature of this phenomenon. Views often diverge about the characteristics of racism. There is no consensus about the reason a person may engage in similar conducts.
For the most part, we are clueless about the reason racism pervades in society. The arguments featured in this text examine “Why” racism is a major problem. The book dissects what it is about racism, which makes it such a major issue in modern times.
Since racism is a controversial topic, I urge you to be very receptive as you engage this book.