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'bad faith' of the dreamer - a daydreamer incapable of connecting with the real world, any occurrence can set him to fantasizing about the hero he would like to be when, in fact, his life is unadventurous and commonplace - those who accept the challenge to live this truth about their condition are what Sartre calls 'authentic'

'bad faith' of the dreamer - a daydreamer incapable of connecting with the real world, any occurrence can set him to fantasizing about the hero he would like to be when, in fact, his life is unadventurous and commonplace - those who accept the challenge to live this truth about their condition are what Sartre calls 'authentic'

A Happy Death by Albert Camus, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0679764003/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Sy3Prb0M5YJG4

A Happy Death by Albert Camus, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0679764003/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Sy3Prb0M5YJG4

"How many times in life can we make decisions that are important but will not hurt anyone?"

"How many times in life can we make decisions that are important but will not hurt anyone?"

A Tree of the Night and Other Stories (1949) {Don't Own Yet-Have Read Stories in Other Anthologies}

A Tree of the Night and Other Stories (1949) {Don't Own Yet-Have Read Stories in Other Anthologies}

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