When the thought of free will and humans is brought up, Sartre would say that every single action and decision is made purely by free will. With no transcendent force "fating" what you do humans are left to make decisions that make who they are. Humans have no pre-defined purpose or future, by free will people make who they are. This goes with his belief of individualism, society or other forces don't make who you are decisions that you make, make who you are.
With your free willed decisions that you make there is no one else, but yourself, that can take the responsibility for your actions. Sartre sees responsibility as something strong, because we have 100% free will we also have 100% responsibility for our choices. Although Sartre believes in individualism, this does not mean that actions that you... [continues]
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