Jean Paul Sartre
Jean Paul Sartre Jean Paul Sartre was a French philosopher and literature who lived in the twentieth century. Even though he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1964, he refused accept it. Sartre’s most important contribution to the world in general and to the western world in particular, can be regarded as his theories with respect to existentialism.
The principles of Existentialism are based on the experiences of an individual. Sartre argued that neither science nor religions are capable of