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Q: Sartre says that we are ______________ if we blame our nature or behavior on history, genetics, environment, or other people.

a. being reasonable
b. revealing a self-destructive impulse
c. acting in an authentic manner
d. acting in bad faith
e. fighting for control

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Any attempt to blame outside forces for our behavior is to divert from personal responsibility and logic into emotionalism. As such, it is an act of bad faith. d.

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