Sartre, Jean-Paul

In Jean-Paul Sartre's philosophy, “bad faith,” (mauvaise foi) is a form of self-deception that is pervasive in human life and very difficult to avoid. It is related to two other concepts in Sartre's views about human nature: “facticity,” which refers to ...

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