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Absurdism According to Albert Camus


It’s commonly believed that philosophy is devoted to answering questions such as “What’s life?”, “What’s the meaning of life?”, “Why are we here?”, or “Why do we exist?” Well, Albert Camus had a clear answer to these questions. Basically, life equals absurdism, it has absolutely no meaning, and the universe is pretty unconcerned about our existential questions. Now, by absurdism, Camus refers to the distance between the search for meaning by the human being and the universe’s absolute indifference to this question. In other words, absurdism is the search for meaning in something that doesn’t have any. After all, human…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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