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Jean-Paul Sartre’s Cliques
Who’s who in this critic’s inner circle.
This very exclusive anti-Greek-philosopher group's motto was "Invent Yourself!" To join the group, all individuals had to agree that there is not any one ideal (sign and have paperwork notarized, p...
The Merry Pranksters
Ah, these yokels. A group of hyperintellectual existential philosophers, the Merry Pranksters believe that humor is central to living life, in spite of the fact that they all take their intellectua...
Couples United Against Institutional, State-Sponsored Religiously Based Commitment
a.k.a. Marriage Haters. This group was founded in the spirit of Sartre and Simone's pact forged in 1929. CUAIARBC believes in breaking from accepted norms, above all in relationships. CUAIARBC advo...
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