Existentialism: The idea that all philosophical thought must begin with the experiences of the individual, and it is up to the individual to give meaning and authenticity to their own existence.

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Free will: The ability of conscious agents to be free to make their own decisions, free of any social, moral or political constraints.

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Hedonism: The ethical position that pleasure is the ultimate goal and greatest good, and should be the central aim of all decisions made.

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Historicism: The theory that to understand a historical event, you must understand the philosophical context that it took place in, rather than explain it with supposedly timeless or fundamental ideas.

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Nihilism: The philosophical view that the world, and human existence in particular, is without meaning, purpose, truth or value.

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Perspectivism: Philosophical view that all ideas come from different perspectives and are caused by specific inner drives, and that any ethical judgment can be made from any number of viewpoints.

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