Camus Argument

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In Which Camus is Really Passionate About Something Philosophically speaking, I’m not terribly knowledgeable. I suppose I should consider myself lucky that Lesione already has me self-aware enough to note that hole in my higher reasoning skills. At the same time, I’m not convinced that even if I did have a strong grasp on philosophy that I’d know what it is Camus is going on about. The texts starts off well enough, with Camus highlighting several details and variations on Sisyphus’ life and crimes against the gods that I’ve never read before or realized even existed. Using the mythos he previously describes, Camus then applies the absurdist viewpoint to Sisyphus’ actions and punishment fairly reasonably. Unfortunately, it's after Camus
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