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See Klaus Hartman n , Sartre's Ontology: A Study of Being and Nothingness in the Light of Hegel's Logic (Evansto n , I ll . : Northwestern University Press, 1 966) . Hartmann's general thesis is that the internal development of Being and Nothingness should be understood in light of Hegel 's logic and that the basic relation of the for-itself to the in-itself is one of a truncated dialectic . 23 Marxism and Ex i stentialism By the time Sartre wrote the Method in 1 957 , Marxism had become for him the philosophy that weds theory and action .
S . S . R . is worth neither more nor less than capi talist England , then , indeed , not much is left to us except to cultivate our garden . In order to preserve hope , precisely the opposite must be done: to recognize , through and beyond er rors , monstrosities and crimes , the obvious privileges of the socialist camp and to condemn with all the more force the policy which endangers these privileges . reveals the relation of praxis to " inertia," and to what in the Critique he calls the " practico-inert .
22 B ackground : Search for a Method on alienation rather than the dialectic . 9 Sartre and Merleau-Ponty were to quarrel , first because Sartre did not join the Party, then because he did . 1 0 Within this intellectual and pol itical context , it is not always easy to retrace Sartre's own philosophic development . In order to teach philosophy, Sartre had taken the formal training for the agrege, and he had read Capital as early as 1 927 ; he had also spent a year in B erlin reading Husserl in German , and he read Heidegger soon after.