Jean Paul Sartre
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impossible to separate Sartre from his philosophical views on life - in other words existentialism. Jean
Paul Sartre is a major proponent of the existentialist philosophy, which in a nutshell, specifies that there is
no meaning to life except what the individual gives it and everyone, therefore, lives in their own
reality. Plays such as No Exit and The Condemned of Altona clearly show the tenets of Sartre's philosophy
of freedom and responsibility as well as your life is what you make it (of course in NoExit the characters are
all dead, but no matter, Sartre gets his word in whenever he can).
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