Existential Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre: Existence Precedes Essence

Such fundamental questions as life meaning, freedom, spiritual and physical existence were important to philosophers during all periods of history. Unlike divine conceptions addressed to the religion, predetermination, unity of purpose and destiny of a man, Sartre’s existentialism is the unique philosophical movement that considers a man as a creator of his or her destiny. […]

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Its Essence and

Liberalism can be classified into two broad forms: classical liberalism and social liberalism. The former tend to emphasize the importance of individual liberty, while the latter tend to emphasize some form of redistribution of wealth.

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