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Existentialist Thought According to Jean Paul Sartre
Sartre, as in all the existential philosophers, argues that the existence of the people precedes essence and essence is determined within the existence. According to Sartre, the essence of human existence is not predetermined. Sartre defends that, correlating the matter of existence and essence with free will, free choices made by human within his possibilities constitues his essence. Because, according to Sartre, man himself decides what needs to be. He is the only creatures who first exists and then creates himself, he is like he created himself. Sartre is an existential atheist. For this reason, his understanding of being and existence is related to his atheism. A human having an absolute freedom in the absence of God is in despair and pessimism. For Sartre, absolute freedom which is the main feature of the existence, makes an in

Keywords
J. P. Sartre, existence, essence, freedom, God, nausea.


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