“Everything happens to every man as if the entire human race were staring at him and measuring itself by what he does. So every man ought to be asking himself, ‘Am I really a man who is entitled to act in such a way that the human race should be measuring itself by my actions?’ And if he does not ask himself that, he masks his anguish.”
Jean-Paul Sartre

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Jean-Paul Sartre

Philosopher, novelist, playwright, and literary critic.