we shall confine ourselves to reckoning only with what depends upon our will, or on theensemble of probabilities which make our action possible.”(p.1133) He distinguish among themupon knowing the word is not being used in its original sense. For example, Existentialism is notso atheistic that it wears itself out showing that God does not exist.3. Existentialism does not occur in a vacuum. Of course, it's not a church or a prescriptiveideology, but it's a community born community. Sartre said, “this is a natural ally ofreligion.”(p.1134) This is a revolt against traditional philosophy, but it is still a public discourse.Sartre statement is his hope that existentialism will be brought into the world, not isolated from it.Existentialism helps one to determine oneself from within, rather than by another or externalforce. But, according to Sartre , the self determination and the new discovery of freedom may befar away, at the expense of public responsibility. In order to prevent this situation, Sartre balancedhis recipes: part of the personal and part of social responsibility.