Where do the values that existentialists formulate come from? If accepting a path laid out by someone else is considered "bad faith", then can we accept values shared with anyone other than ourselves? For example, if an existentialist decides that he values fidelity and truthfulness, doesn't he have to accept all of the connotations and meanings of truthfulness that society and language have made "truthfulness" to mean, including sources like religion and government? Can a value truly be separated from the context that it exists in? Since nothing really exists independently from anything else, is it possible to live authentically without bad faith? I feel like I'm probably not asking this question in the best way possible, but I'm having trouble formulating it in a way that makes the most sense. Sorry if it's not entirely clear.