WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE PHILOSOPHY

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WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE PHILOSOPHY :

 

Jean Paul Sartre( b. June 21, 1905 Paris, d. April 15, 1980 Paris ), French Novelist, Playwright, and exponent of Existentialism Philosophy. Whole Dude is a Whole Person who will discover his authentic existence from knowing himself as a Conscious Being.

 

Existentialism is the popular name of a philosophical focus on freedom of the individual human being, personal responsibility, and the importance of the individual’s need to make choices. Sartre’s thesis is that humans are essentially free, free to choose( though not free not to choose ) and free to negate the given features of the world. Sartre’s belief in Radical Human Freedom includes the ability to choose not only a course of action but also what one would become. Sartre’s existentialist philosophy helps to guide social practice, the right of each individual to freely pursue subjective individual choices and find his own conception of happiness. In Sartre’s opinion, man must find his true significance. A sense of authentic existence is given to each person when he realizes his true subjectivity as a Being which is Conscious. Whole Dude is a Whole Person who will discover his authentic existence from knowing himself as a Conscious Being.

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    March 15, 2012 at 9:10 AM

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