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‘“What crabs? Are you mad? What crabs? Ah! Yes. Well, yes… The crabs are men. And so? Where did I get that idea? Real men, good and beautiful, on all the balconies of the centuries.
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In The Ethics of Ambiguity, Simone de Beauvoire projects the idea that “outside of existence there is nobody. Man exists.” She, like the other atheistic existentialists, deny the existence of a God or higher being and, in doing so, repudiates the ethical systems ascribed to man by religion. 648 more words