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Essay | Albert Camus's Philosophy: Existentialism

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Albert Camus's Philosophy.
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Albert Camus's Philosophy: Existentialism

Summary: Essay contains questions and answers relating to Albert Camus's philosophy of existentialism.
Camus's Philosophy

1. In your own words, what does it mean to say that life is absurd"

Life is absurd means life has no rational or redeeming meaning. There is only one definite thing in life and that is death because no one has an infinite time on earth. Life is all about uncertainty and even though there are choices that can be made, those choices will be made without knowing what the outcome will be and then having to live with whatever outcome that comes about. Absurd means that through meaningless one should be able to find a purpose or a goal to live by and never give up, for the only way to be really happy and an individual is to find happiness and drive through the unending struggle of life.

2. What would be the opposite of an absurd world"

The opposite of an absurd...

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