|dc.description.abstract||The thesis that we present moves from some works of Jean-Paul Sartre on the theme of the ethics and it attempts to define some new perspectives for the relationship between the ethic and the subjectivity.
The first part of the thesis concerns an analysis of the texts of the French philosopher (Cahiers pour une morale, Morale et subjectivité, Détermination et liberté) and, in particular way, the criticism to Kant’s ethics and the criticism to the role of the subjectivity expressed by the orthodox Marxist tradition. The second part of the thesis examines, instead, the relationship of the Sartre’s philosophy with the question of low and the question of desire. Law and desire represent, on the path of research, two possible trajectories for the definition of a new process of subjectivity.
Finally we attempt to delineate one "resistant subjectivity", that is always in dialectical relationship with the ethics, with the norm and with the desire. [edited by Author]||it_IT