The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays Topics for Discussion

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What reason does Camus have for thinking that whether or not to commit suicide is the first and most important philosophical question?

Why does Camus think that suicide does not logically follow from the meaninglessness of life?

Camus accuses other philosophers of believing what they desire, not what is logical. Is there any area in which Camus might be charged with the same accusation?

What is the difference between an absurd philosopher and an existential philosopher?

In what way is the absurd man freer than anyone else?

According to Camus, if one is an absurd man, is there a better or worse way of living that life? Why or why not?

How do Algiers and Oran represent the ideals of Camus' absurd philosophy?

What exactly does Camus mean when he says that Oran instills a kind of "boredom" in those who reside there? Why does he consider...

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