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Philosophy, the Sartre blend: uncovering the birth of existentialism
As individuals are free, from the moment of conception, they define their essence throughout their existence. A person's nature is what he or she has done in the past and what that person is doing at the moment. No one is complete until death, when self-definition ceases. Then, how others interpret the individual is based upon the individual's accomplishments and failings. Existential morality arises from the fact that all choices affect others, physically and emotionally.
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Social responsibility results from the interdependencies of individuals. Since any living person is engaged in the process of defining self and others, ethics develop accordingly. Since the existentialist values free will and wants others to respect his or her freedom, the ethical system developed is based upon free expression. Sartre's philosophy is explicitly atheistic and pessimistic; he declared that human beings require a rational basis for their lives but are unable to achieve one, and thus human life is a "futile passion.
This approach, which relates philosophical theory to life, literature, psychology, and political action, stimulated so much popular interest that it became a worldwide movement. Sartre gave up teaching in and founded the political and literary magazine Les Temps Modernes, of which he became editor in chief.
Early life and writings
This magazine seemingly took its name from the Charlie Chaplin film "Modern Times". Although after the Second World War Jean Paul Sartre's philosophical approach enjoyed a cult status and was taken up by the young and trendy and many intellectuals he himself moved somewhat away from the philosophy that he had helped to make famous and towards a greater involvement with leftist politics of a Marxist tendency. Later, he supported Soviet positions but still frequently criticized Soviet policies.
Most of Sartre's writing of the s deals with literary and political problems.
Sartre rejected the Nobel Prize in literature, explaining that to accept such an award would compromise his integrity as a writer. He offered moral support to the students of Paris during those events when they were in open conflict with the authorities. Jean Paul Sartre impaired his health by smoking and drinking immoderately and on 15 April he died of a smoking related complaint. More than 25, people lined the streets of Paris for the funeral procession on 19 April Sartre's ashes were buried at the Montparnasse Cemetery.