Albert Camus: The Plague and The Fall

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He proposes a total rejection of all the abstractions that man has been asked to serve in the attempt to escape the ultimate absurdity of man in his world. Instead, man is left with his only certainty, himself, and by extension, other men, in the present...
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He must take up the challenge of the absurd to his humanity: "At last man will again find there the wine of the absurd and the bread of indifference on which he feeds his greatness. . ."[4] Philosophically, then, man can only adopt the position which Camus terms revolt: "a constant confrontation between man and his own obscurity...
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