A Critical Analysis of Concept of God in Sartre's Philosophy
Jean-Paul Sartre was one of the most popular and consistent atheist of twentieth century. We can define atheism as disbelief or lack of faith in the existence of a God. A precise definition of his atheism may be elusive. But given that Greek Orthodox theological philosophers considers Sartre the most important theological thinker of the Wests philosophical tradition, it is time to acknowledge the under-studied theological aspects of Sartres work.