Existentialism – mid-twentieth century (France, during and after World War II) characteristics and features

1) Feeling the collapse of all spiritual values.
2) The desire to overcome the feeling of the tragedy of human existence.
The idea of a person’s loneliness in the midst of a hostile being in a familiar society

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