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I do not believe in God his existence has been disproved by Science. But in the concentration camp, I learned to believe
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"I do not believe in God; his existence has been disproved by Science. But in the concentration camp, I learned to believe in men"

- Jean-Paul Sartre

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Jean-Paul Sartre's quote speaks with the power of human link as well as the strength of the human spirit. He is stating that although he does not rely on God, he trusts humankind. This belief was substantiated of his experience in a prisoner-of-war camp, where he saw the durability of individuals in the face of difficulty. He saw that also in the darkest of times, people could still locate hope and also toughness in each various other. This experience instructed him that humans can terrific points, which also in one of the most alarming of conditions, individuals can still find relief in each other. He thinks that it is via our links with each various other that we can locate the stamina to carry on. This quote speaks to the power of human link as well as the significance of having faith in each various other.

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Jean-Paul Sartre This quote is written / told by Jean-Paul Sartre between June 21, 1905 and April 15, 1980. He was a famous Philosopher from France. The author also have 58 other quotes.

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