Video states French philosopher, Jean Paul Sartre, spent a lifetime defining conventional logic. The man who never felt so-free as under German occupation would go on challenge almost every assumption about the way live and the our search for freedom. He looked at the physical sense of freedom. It was in a Prisoner of War camp that he realized the potential of his ideas of personal freedom. He did not know it at the time, but his ideas would become the basis of the philosophy of Existentialism. He tried to refuse order, family, children, being faithful but is this real. Other philosophers and a friend of Sartre discuss what he believed and how it affected society at this time. This video is for high school students, some parts have subtitles.