Please make-clear the aim signification of the subjoined allege by echoing each of the scrutinys below: “Now at each second we are push into the cosmos-people and employed there. This instrument that we act antecedently positing our possibilities and that these possibilities which are public as realized or in the regularity of being realized associate to aims which constrain extraordinary acts in direct to be put into scrutiny. The warn which rings in the early associates to the possibility of my going to composition, which is my possibility. But to understand the summons of the warn as a summons is to get up. Therefore the very act of getting up is reassuring, for it eludes the scrutiny, “Is composition my possibility?” Consequently it does not put me in a comcomposition to understand the possibility of quietism, of refusing to composition, and finally the possibility of refusing the cosmos-people and the possibility of dissolution. In lacking, to the quantity that I understand the aim of the outspoken, I am already up at its summons; this instinct guarantees me despite the anguished apprehension that it is I who discuss on the warn clock its emergency – I and I alone” (Sartre, p. 335). Why is the act of getting up “reassuring”? Who or what discusss aim on the warn clock?  Why is this indicative? How does Sartre use this allege to make-clear what he instrument by “bad faith”?