"The New Sartre presents an entirely convincing and fresh reading of Sartre's relationship to structuralism, post-structuralism and postmodernism....A genuinely illuminating interpretation of Sartre as formative of (rather than opposed to) contemporary French theory and philosophy."—Christina Howells, University of Oxford
“This valuable book examines the cultural and theoretical views that define the postmodern condition, as Francois Lyotard dubbed it some thirty years ago, and asks whether these are present in Sartre. The ground has to a large extent been covered before, but never so thoroughly.” –L’Esprit Createur, XLIV.iv, Winter 2004
About the Author
Nik Farrell Fox has taught Philosophy and Sociology at the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England.