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at the beginning of his essay, sartre describes four common (but he thinks misguided) criticisms of existentialism

(i.e. that existentialism leads to quietism, pessimism, a philosophy of pure subjectivity, and moral relavitism). Explain what these four criticisms are, and then explain how Satre attempts to defend existentialism from each of these four criticisms.

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