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Q: An existentialist believes: in absolute adherence to the letter of the law. in maximizing Christian love. no actions are inherently right or wrong. conduct can be rationally justified.
A: An existentialist believes no actions are inherently right or wrong.
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An existentialist believes no actions are inherently right or wrong.
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