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Sartres View 1 Existence Precedes Essence Subjectivity is the Starting Point o Freedom for Self o You are the center of your own value system o As a free agent you spin your web o You are thrown in to the world then you create yourself your nature your essence o Atheistic view of self and how we exist it gives no explanation for who we are as because of a higher power o There is no soul that existed before one is born and will live on after one dies there is just humans as matter o We are created as matter nature just like any other animals only then after we exist do we distinguish ourselves apart from other creatures and that makes us human 2 Complete Responsibility over Self o Because we are free agents and we make ourselves who we are we therefore have a responsibility for ourselves o If we have total freedom for who we become then we are completely responsible for every action we do o This total responsibility for self can cause anguish or forlorness o This anguish is due to the anxiety one feels when heshe realizes there are no absolute values or absolute right and wrong when every person is responsible for themselves and no one else is responsible for them o Everything you are is completely on your shoulders so when one does something it is their responsibility and consequence to face it is no one elses doing o In response to the feeling of anguish or forlorness sometimes it can cause bad faith o Bad faith is when there are no absolute values one can do whatever they want and only they are responsible no one judge or say it is wrong o Self-deception 3 Responsibility for Humanity o If you are responsible for self you are also responsible for all human people o When you choose for self it automatically
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