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  • sorenkierkagaard
    Existentialism does not support the following: · The good life is one of wealth, pleasure, or honor. Can pursuing poverty, pain and dishonor form a proper
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      Existentialism does not support the following:
      · The good life is one of wealth, pleasure, or honor. Can
      pursuing poverty, pain and dishonor form a proper existence?
      · Social approval and social structure trump the individual.
      Would an individual desire to fornicate with barnyard animals in
      public transcend the need of society to establish standards of
      conduct?
      · Accept what is and that is enough in life. Why not?
      · Science will make everything better. Anyone who wishes to
      experience the stone age please raise your hand.
      · The individual defines everything. If the individual defines
      everything does the individual do it alone or is the individual
      influenced by factors independent of the individual? If this is so
      then can an individual truely be called an individual or an
      amalgamation of responses to a constantly changing environment. Can
      the individual be separated from the environment? If the individual
      defines all concerns then my comments are unimportant because only
      you as an independent agent can answer any question without my
      influence but if you are reading these words aren't you being
      influenced as a recipient of objects called words?
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