In his essay “Existentialism is a Humanism”, Sartre claims that the existentialist position has ethical implications, because every individual choice involves a commitment to what the human being ought to be. As he puts it, “I am creating a certain image of man of my own choosing. In choosing myself, I choose man.” What does Sartre mean by a certain image of man? Does this follow from his existentialist position? Can you illustrate his point with an example? And there any counter-examples? And is this a compelling answer to the worry that existentialism is not a humanism, that it does not have ethical implications?