Sartre: “I believe that the thinking of the group is where the truth is. …I have thought this way since childhood. I always considered group thinking to be better than thinking alone. …I don’t believe a separate individual to be capable of doing anything.” (143: pp. 170-171 as cited by Sharafevich)
The Lord Jesus: “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. (Mat 7:13 NIV)
Sartre: “The sacrificial type is narrow-minded by nature. …This is a monstrous type. All my life I have fought against the spirit of sacrifice.” (143: pp. 170-171 as cited by Sharafevich)
The Lord Jesus: Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it. (Mat 10:39 NIV)
Christianity offers an escape from the ‘drone’ mentality because it teaches that each man must stand alone before God at the end of his life and answer to God alone for his deeds.
Shafarevich, I. (1980). The Socialist Phenomenon. http://www.robertlstephens.com/essays/shafarevich/001SocialistPhenomenon.html