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Thrown into the world, and condemned from freedom. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialists believe that every action they make they will have some kind of action returned. (www.columbia.edu/). Therefore, the person must be accountable without excuse. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialism is not its own philosophy but a vast world in itself. A world filled with many philosophies sharing many of the same traits. Existentialism is the world of existence. Existentialists believe that a personality will develop best if left alone. Existence consists of basically two types of being, the authentic being, and the inauthentic being. (www.columbia.edu/). Authentic existence is contrasted with dynamic and is the being-for-itself, rising from a human beings bad faith, by which the human being moves away from the problems of responsibilities. Authentic being is basically the being of the being of the human being. (www.columbia.edu/). The inauthentic being is the being for things. Authentic being is what the human being must strive to gain. (www.columbia.edu/). That rarely happens because the inauthentic being is usually what they gain. The inauthentic being comes from the human beings failures. Existentialists believe that human beings have no essence, no essential self, and are no more than what he or she is. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialism emphasizes the risk, the voidness of human reality and admits that the human being is thrown into the world, the world in which pain, frustration, sickness, contempt, malaise, and death dominates. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialists need to know the reason of life. This is a basic need. Usually each, existentialist, have their own needs. Another need, which was mentioned before, is the need to have the authentic being. They want to be living in a predetermined world. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialism is not the greatest philosophies to get into. Being an existentialist is a large factor in becoming dysfunctional. Angst is German for anxiety. In existentialist philosophy it is the dread occasioned by man’s realization that his existence is open towards an undetermined future, the emptiness of which must be filled by his freely chosen actions. (– A Dictionary of Philosophy, Flew.). Many people with existentialist tendencies seem to end up experiencing a sense of acute anxiety as a result.(www.cs.tamu.edu). As mentioned before they gain frustration with the great number of choices, which are given to them in the years of their life. The build up of frustration and anxiety cause them to be dysfunctional. (www.cs.tamu.edu). Existentialists believe there is no essence before his or her existence. The human as a being is nothing. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialists are opposed to the thought that there is one creator. In substitution, they believe everyone is their own god. Yet, this is something they hate: Having freedom, having choices, and having problems. (www.columbia.edu/). The human being hides itself from freedom by self-deception, acting like a thing, as if he is a passive subject, instead of seeing the authentic being for the human being; this is bad faith. (www.columbia.edu/). Their view on their own satisfaction is blinded by their fear of existence. My existence is grounded in nothing, this is said by Jean Paul Sartre. He said this meaning his life was just hanging with void. There was no meaning to it. All there is that an existentialist really knows is that they exist, this being the most important and unique belief they have. Their existence has no reason they have found. But they still live on waiting and seeking for the answer to their question, just like any other person who believes in only himself or herself
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Thrown into the world, and condemned from freedom. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialists believe that every action they make they will have some kind of action returned. (www.columbia.edu/). Therefore, the person must be accountable without excuse. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialism is not its own philosophy but a vast world in itself. A world filled with many philosophies sharing many of the same traits. Existentialism is the world of existence. Existentialists believe that a personality will develop best if left alone. Existence consists of basically two types of being, the authentic being, and the inauthentic being. (www.columbia.edu/). Authentic existence is contrasted with dynamic and is the being-for-itself, rising from a human beings bad faith, by which the human being moves away from the problems of responsibilities. Authentic being is basically the being of the being of the human being. (www.columbia.edu/). The inauthentic being is the being for things. Authentic being is what the human being must strive to gain. (www.columbia.edu/). That rarely happens because the inauthentic being is usually what they gain. The inauthentic being comes from the human beings failures. Existentialists believe that human beings have no essence, no essential self, and are no more than what he or she is. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialism emphasizes the risk, the voidness of human reality and admits that the human being is thrown into the world, the world in which pain, frustration, sickness, contempt, malaise, and death dominates. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialists need to know the reason of life. This is a basic need. Usually each, existentialist, have their own needs. Another need, which was mentioned before, is the need to have the authentic being. They want to be living in a predetermined world. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialism is not the greatest philosophies to get into. Being an existentialist is a large factor in becoming dysfunctional. Angst is German for anxiety. In existentialist philosophy it is the dread occasioned by man’s realization that his existence is open towards an undetermined future, the emptiness of which must be filled by his freely chosen actions. (– A Dictionary of Philosophy, Flew.). Many people with existentialist tendencies seem to end up experiencing a sense of acute anxiety as a result.(www.cs.tamu.edu). As mentioned before they gain frustration with the great number of choices, which are given to them in the years of their life. The build up of frustration and anxiety cause them to be dysfunctional. (www.cs.tamu.edu). Existentialists believe there is no essence before his or her existence. The human as a being is nothing. (www.columbia.edu/). Existentialists are opposed to the thought that there is one creator. In substitution, they believe everyone is their own god. Yet, this is something they hate: Having freedom, having choices, and having problems. (www.columbia.edu/). The human being hides itself from freedom by self-deception, acting like a thing, as if he is a passive subject, instead of seeing the authentic being for the human being; this is bad faith. (www.columbia.edu/). Their view on their own satisfaction is blinded by their fear of existence. My existence is grounded in nothing, this is said by Jean Paul Sartre. He said this meaning his life was just hanging with void. There was no meaning to it. All there is that an existentialist really knows is that they exist, this being the most important and unique belief they have. Their existence has no reason they have found. But they still live on waiting and seeking for the answer to their question, just like any other person who believes in only himself or herself