By Joseph S. Catalano
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In the last third of The Communists and Peace, S artre also investigates the notion of class , which was l ater refined in the Critique. The reality of a class is not that of a superentity that unites individual s into some quas i-organic whole . On the other hand , a class has more reality than the sum total of indi viduals who are concerned about each other. One of the main purposes of the Critique is to elucidate the ambiguous reality of a class , and Sartre clarifies i n The Communists and Peace that h e is attempting to eval uate classes from the perspective of the most disadvantaged .
This type of materialism does not question the relation of the materialist to materialism; it assumes that the movement from the human organism to nature is the same as the move ment from nature to the human organism . This assumption is itself the result of praxis, a series of historical activities that constitute materialism as a positivism with its reverse side of " spiritualism . " Indirectly, we here encoun ter the distinction between " dialectical " and " analytic " reason . Reason can constitute itself as a tool .
A lan Sheridan-Smith (London: New Left Books, 1 976) . References to the French editions of the Ques tion de methode and the Critique will be indicated simply by "F" for the original edition and "NF" for the new (with page number) . The American edition of the English t ran s lat i o n of Ques tion de methode will be referred to as Method ( w i th page number) . References to the English translation of the Critique will be indicated simply by "E" (with page number) . , 20 B ackground: Search /or a Method In relation to the Critique, the Method is both an introduction and a sum mary.
A Commentary on Jean-Paul Satre's Critique of Dialectical Reason by Joseph S. Catalano