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Jean-Paul Sartre the Existentialist, Sigmund Freud the Determinist, and Victor Frankenstein
Human nature has been determined by many as many different things. Some believe that humans have a preexisting "essence" that account for their actions. However, an existentialist or a determinist would disagree on such a philosophy. Jean-Paul Sartre is a famous French existentialist. Not only was he an existentialist, but an atheist as well. He asserted that God does not exist, and that the only human condition is that of free choice. Sigmund Freud revolutionized unconscious drives in the 20th century and was a determinist. He believed that humans operate under subjectivity also, but with…
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