Matthew Tamsitt

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#Sartre's #Existentialism demanded we accept and embrace our radical #freedom. We should realise that we are the agents of our fate. Those moments in life which we try to hide, or surrender, this freedom, Sartre called 'Bad Faith'.

Sartre's Existentialism demanded we accept and embrace our radical freedom. We should realise that we are the agents of our fate. Those moments in life which we try to hide, or surrender, this freedom, Sartre called ‘Bad Faith’.

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Literally “the appeal of the void”, l’appel du vide encapsulates a key element to most argued we are simultaneously terrified and exhilarated by our own freewill and thought we all long for ‘non-being’ - a mindless state without

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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - decathect - to withdraw one's feelings of attachment from (a person, idea, or object), as in anticipation of a future loss: He decathected from her in order to cope with her impending death.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - decathect - to withdraw one's feelings of attachment from (a person, idea, or object), as in anticipation of a future loss: He decathected from her in order to cope with her impending death.

Freud argued that our psyche could be categorised into three:  The Ego: our rational concious voice.  The Id: our primitive animalistic desires.  The Superego: our ‘moral judge’ or censor of what’s demanded of us.  All of life’s problems, including religion (for Freud) came when one or many of these would conflict.

Freud argued that our psyche could be categorised into three: