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Unformatted text preview: ourselves. Finding 100 dollars on the floor is good for one self if they keep it but bad for the person who lost it. I agree with Satre on most of his views. I believe in his atheism views, but I believe in determinism and Baron Holbach. I believe that even though we can choose who we are, in our minds it is already predetermined. Satre uses the example of a waiter to show “bad faith.” The waiter plays a role that he cannot go out of; he has a different set of values and faiths. When he is at work he must be nice and be talkative, acting in a way that in most cases he would not normally especially to random strangers. Bad faith is the condition of self deception where one tells themselves that they are not free when they really are. This view is challenging because Satre says we need to avoid it and yet it is essential for every day civilization....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course PHIL 102 taught by Professor Peter during the Spring '07 term at San Diego State.
- Spring '07