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  1. It's hard to call it “source code” – this is already a late job. Nevertheless, this thesis is easily based on the key axiom of existentialism: “Existence is before the essence”. That is, before becoming someone, a person already exists, “I AM”, and only then – “I am something”.�

    Thus, the moment of free will, choice from alternatives and independent creation of oneself and fate is the leading one in this sense. Humanism is, after all, a recognition of the specifics of the human situation, and it also includes this rather large (albeit clearly limited by “givens” like death, etc.) freedom to make a choice and follow it.

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