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Sartre and Behavioural freedom (Read 5476 times)
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Sartre and Behavioural freedom
11/27/06 at 01:20:35
 
can someone be said to live true by existentialism if they rely on pre-invented ideas and practices.  
 
I read on sartre.org an article that talked about making the judgement to suicide based on ones own true conviction. but one of sartres fundemental ideas of freedom is to clear our minds of pre-constructed materials.  
 
this mean that anyone who commit's suicide based on anything learnt form other people is fundimentally non-free...while only those who invent suicide and than practice it on themself is commiting suicide while free.  
 
do you guys and gals agree or disagree. what do you think Mr. Sartre would think.
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