Existentialism

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Philosophy

 

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Linda M

 

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October 28, 2015

 

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University

 

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More than that though, I want to know who I am. (insert your name here) isn't who I am; it's a name. That's why the writing of French Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre intrigued me as much as it did. Sartre claims that there are not set standards for self-identity, either for individuals or people in general...
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Sartre argues that there is no such thing as "human nature." He also says that what we are, and what it means to be a human being, are only matters of decision. There is no correct choice, only choices in which to choose from (Solomon, 1993). I like the idea of being able to decide who I am. To me, humanity's primary distinction, is the freedom to choose...
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