The Paradox of Bad Faith and Elite Competitive Sport.
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Morris, Phyllis Sutton
Sartre on the Self-Deceiver's Translucent Consciousness.
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1 Stevenson Leslie, ‘Sartre on Bad Faith’, Philosophy 58 (1983), 253–258.
2 Op. cit. 258.
3 Gordon Jeffrey, ‘Bad Faith: A Dilemma’, Philosophy 60 (1985), 258–262.
4 See op. cit. note 1, 253f.
5 All page references in the text are to Sartre J.-P., Being and Nothingness, translated by Barnes Hazel (New York: Washington Square Press, 1966).
6 Op. cit. note 3, 261.
7 Op. cit. note 1, 256f.
8 Op. cit. note 1, 256.
9 Op. cit. note 3, 261.
10 This is similar to a criticism which Sartre makes of the Freudian censor. See pp. 92ff.
11 I am indebted to Steven Burns and Nathan Brett for their helpful comments.
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