Christians & communists against Jean-Paul Sartre's Existentialism

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January 22, 2015

 

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According to the Communists' for a communist state to be established, there is a need for hope, and engagement in political action, and in order for the individual to reach a political movement they need to believe that their actions could be successful and hence the need for hope. Sartre's existentialism does emphasise on the reality of the human race and hence emphasise on anguish, abandonment, and despair which would undermine the needed hope needed to create and uphold a communist political state...
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According to the Communists' for a communist state to be established, there is a need for hope, and engagement in political action, and in order for the individual to reach a political movement they need to believe that their actions could be successful and hence the need for hope. Sartre's existentialism does emphasise on the reality of the human race and hence emphasise on anguish, abandonment, and despair which would undermine the needed hope needed to create and uphold a communist political state...
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