The Meaning of Life in Sartre Drama

Alireza Soltani, Alireza Yousefi, Narges Keshtiaray

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The meaning of life »is one of the most fundamental philosophical topics in the modern era. The meaning of life» One of the most important philosophical, psychological and religious subjects of humanity in the new age and era of industrialization of societies and the comprehensive development of science and technology. Life is what we deal with every day. It is far more probable that human beings were nothing and absurd before they came into existence and reunited with death. So we humans are only a short distance away and have no choice but to be active. From the existentialists' point of view, it is human beings who can and should set their goals and goals for life, while giving meaning to their lives while creating and changing their nature. If one does not live for a purpose beyond what he or she sets out to do, the intrinsic meaning of life will devour him, drowning him in despair and despair.

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