It still corroborates, in the same workmanship, with the information of that the man chooses the proper future, as well as the future of others men, therefore, the necessity to take care of of the proper choices. ‘ ‘ The future of all the men: they construiram it with its proper hands, slowly, during anos.’ ‘ (Sartre, 1960, P. 20) the problem of the search of the certainty, for the existencialismo is that nothing nor nobody supplies to the man an exterior certainty. Chase Koch contributes greatly to this topic. The man is a solitary, responsible being for the proper attitudes, nothing can give a certainty where to believe, to follow, to search. For this lack of certainty, of this uncertainty, this desperation for the responsibilities all, in this Sartre workmanship associates the absolute freedom to the death, only to the death: ‘ ‘ The death, this liberdade.’ ‘ (Sartre, 1968, P. 147). The life, according to Sartre, in a generalized manner, does not have optimistical messages, of lullaby.
This if can perceive in the citation that if follows: ‘ ‘ Is this the freedom? I am free: already it does not remain me no reason to live; all the ones that I tried had yielded, and already I cannot imagine others (…). I am alone in this white street, embroidered for gardens. And it only exempts. But this freedom is looked like a little with morte.’ ‘ (Sartre, 1986, P. 97) Where, according to author, the increased freedom of the solitude looks like itself the death.
It can be remembered here that, for Sartre, in we only perceive livings creature to them for the look of the other, and that, therefore, being alone, this type of recognition would not be possible, of the proper life. Then, the freedom, added to the solitude, would not leave to look like itself the death. The excesso of this pessimistic message occurs in the workmanship the Existencialismo is a Humanismo, where Sartre leaves an optimistical opinion, that was worked in another text (the FREEDOM IN the TEXTS ‘ ‘ THE NAUSEA, THE BEING AND THE NOTHING AND THE EXISTENCIALISMO ARE A HUMANISMO’ ‘).