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Q: According to Sartre, what makes us uniquely free?

a. the capacity for freedom instilled in us by nature
b. ability to imagine a multitude of future paths and choices
c. the existential hum
d. essentialism
e. democracy

I don't think its E. I am leaning towards A or B, but im not sure about C or D. Thank you!

I think its B. because no one can control your mind.

Hope that helps

Sartre was very interested in the path of life being a never ending learning experience. Not knowing what you will learn in life and being open to any chance to experience new ideas is what he said is true freedom.

b.

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    Sartre believed that the capacity to have freedom makes us free. Therefore, the answer is A.

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