Christians  Communists Against Jean-Paul Sartre’s Existentialism Research Paper

Christians & Communists Against Jean-Paul Sartre's Existentialism

The Main issue with J. P. Sartre's Existentialism with both Communists and Christians seems to be that that the Communists and Christians do not emphasize enough about individualism in comparison to the, and that the world is big and hence contemporary society must be an entire and equivalent. Christians believe life is a gift from God, and hence Sartre's existentialism seems to undermine Christian belief that life is God's gift, the moment existentialism has a tendency to show truth of life which might show the depressive, bleak, unjust side of life. Sartre believed himself that the Christians believed that existentialism would be denying the existence of God along with God's meaningful law, through destroying meaningful laws will supposedly bring about Anarchy, of which I personally disagree because it would simply inflict freedom of thought and choice, yet would cause some Mayhem by people who devoutly have confidence in god. Based on the Communists' for the communist condition to be founded, there is a requirement of hope, and engagement in political actions, and in order for the individual to reach a political activity they need to believe their actions could be good and hence the advantages of hope. Sartre's existentialism truly does emphasise within the reality in the human race and therefore emphasise upon anguish, desertion, and hopelessness which might undermine the needed wish needed to generate and uphold a communist political condition. So by the philosophical idealisms of Sartre, both communists and Christian believers seem to be undermined by the truth of the world in comparison to the either personal or opinion system and hence both Christian believers and Communists claim that existentialism denies any room to get solidarity.