Albert Camus

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The Hendersonville Times-News
At the library, May 22the Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails with Jean-Paul S
At the library, May 22
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 4 days ago
the Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails with Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger, Mauri,” Sarah Bakewell

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The New Zealand Herald
A brief encounter with Justin Webster, film-makerwho would they be and what would you like to ask any one of them? Garcia Marqu
A brief encounter with Justin Webster, film-maker
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
who would they be and what would you like to ask any one of them? Garcia Marquez - what did he love about cinema? Albert Camus - what was the most important thing in life? Henri Cartier-Bresson - what were his favourite photos and why?... Read more
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Scotsman
Pat Nevin on his tour of Morrissey’s mansionThomas Hardy and John Steinbeck. “Wow,” he says, perusing it again, “and the fo
Pat Nevin on his tour of Morrissey’s mansion
Scotsman / Posted 13 days ago
Thomas Hardy and John Steinbeck. “Wow,” he says, perusing it again, “and the following week it would probably have been Albert Camus.” So – and this is allowed when you’re young – did he ever say or do anything for the sheer pretentiousness of... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Spain in Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939 by Adam Hochschild – reviewletters begging Eleanor Roosevelt to lobby her husband to intervene). “Men of
Spain in Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939 by Adam Hochschild – review
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 14 days ago
letters begging Eleanor Roosevelt to lobby her husband to intervene). “Men of my generation have had Spain in our hearts,” Albert Camus wrote in L’Espagne Libre, providing the title for this elegant book, written with sharp analytical authority.... Read more
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The New Yorker
Viggo Mortensen as Camusfreshly arrived from Lourmarin, a small town the color of a sunset, concealed i
Viggo Mortensen as Camus
The New Yorker / Posted 18 days ago
freshly arrived from Lourmarin, a small town the color of a sunset, concealed in the hills above the Côte d’Azur, where Albert Camus is buried, and where Alajbegovic helps manage the writer’s estate. Camus made a similar voyage to New York when... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Your Palm Beach Best-sellers, May 8, 2016Knopf, $35.00, 654 pages, $35 5. AT THE EXISTENTIALIST CAFÉ: Freedom, Being, a
Your Palm Beach Best-sellers, May 8, 2016
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
Knopf, $35.00, 654 pages, $35 5. AT THE EXISTENTIALIST CAFÉ: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails with Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Others. Random House, 449 pages, $25M... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Your Palm Beach Best-sellers, May 8, 2016Knopf, $35.00, 654 pages, $35 5. AT THE EXISTENTIALIST CAFÉ: Freedom, Being, a
Your Palm Beach Best-sellers, May 8, 2016
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
Knopf, $35.00, 654 pages, $35 5. AT THE EXISTENTIALIST CAFÉ: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails with Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Others. Random House, 449 pages, $25M... Read more
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Times of Malta
We cannot be complacent on media freedomAlbert Camus once said: "A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most
We cannot be complacent on media freedom
Times of Malta / Posted 23 days ago
Albert Camus once said: "A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press will never be anything but bad." I believe this is even more relevant in the age of digital media. The recent legislative proposals... Read more
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Washington City Paper
The Body of an American at Theater J: Tuesday, May 3War, Albert Camus once wrote, “lives inside ourselves.” Sometimes, internal war
The Body of an American at Theater J: Tuesday, May 3
Washington City Paper / Posted 24 days ago
War, Albert Camus once wrote, “lives inside ourselves.” Sometimes, internal wars stem from experiences in actual wars; sometimes, from a single image. In 1993, Canadian journalist Paul Watson photographed a crowd dragging the desecrated body of Staff... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Five questions with: Leanne Mashis your message? Not sure I have a constant message. It changes somewhat for th
Five questions with: Leanne Mash
Otago Daily Times / Posted 24 days ago
is your message? Not sure I have a constant message. It changes somewhat for the audience. But I have a favourite quote by Albert Camus: ''In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer''. That is a great message of... Read more
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Junkee
'The Book Of Uninspiring Quotes' Is The Perfect Fix For Your Annoyingly Upbeat Facebook FeedBut let’s start at the beginning: why did you write it? I’ve always been into
'The Book Of Uninspiring Quotes' Is The Perfect Fix For Your Annoyingly Upbeat Facebook Feed
Junkee / Posted 24 days ago
But let’s start at the beginning: why did you write it? I’ve always been into writers like Nietzsche and JD Salinger and Albert Camus — I guess I was one of those teenage guys who was reading existentialist philosophy and being the ‘woe is me’... Read more
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Slate
He Wasn’t at Berkeley or in Vietnam, but Trump Is a True Product of the Boomer Generationelan, whispery and cool, to, as one contemporary observer put it, the “language
He Wasn’t at Berkeley or in Vietnam, but Trump Is a True Product of the Boomer Generation
Slate / Posted 25 days ago
elan, whispery and cool, to, as one contemporary observer put it, the “language of war.” Just as Mao’s Little Red Book or Albert Camus’ The Plague had been portable totems of authenticity in the ’60s, the paradigmatic “corporate warrior” of the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
11 classic novels that will make you a better leaderMcLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger'
11 classic novels that will make you a better leader
Stamford Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
McLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger' or 'The Plague' or 'The Fall'" — all by Albert Camus — are "pretty powerful ways of clearing the deck," he says in the video. Temporarily shelving questions of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
11 classic novels that will make you a better leaderMcLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger'
11 classic novels that will make you a better leader
Connecticut Post / Posted 26 days ago
McLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger' or 'The Plague' or 'The Fall'" — all by Albert Camus — are "pretty powerful ways of clearing the deck," he says in the video. Temporarily shelving questions of... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
11 classic novels that will make you a better leaderMcLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger'
11 classic novels that will make you a better leader
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
McLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger' or 'The Plague' or 'The Fall'" — all by Albert Camus — are "pretty powerful ways of clearing the deck," he says in the video. Temporarily shelving questions of... Read more
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Limerick Post
Years of achievement defining Limerick Writers Centre and its worksand worthy works with a passion in the face of controlling conglomerates that e
Years of achievement defining Limerick Writers Centre and its works
Limerick Post / Posted 27 days ago
and worthy works with a passion in the face of controlling conglomerates that essentially choose what we read. Referencing Albert Camus, “We want to bear witness to that in all of us that wants to live, to refuse to die”. No fear of expiry for... Read more
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The Temasek Review
The end of the Oil Age (Part 1) « Bernard K « A – H « Columnists « TR EMERITUSZaki Yamani, a Saudi Arabian who was his country’s oil minister more than 40 ye
The end of the Oil Age (Part 1) « Bernard K « A – H « Columnists « TR EMERITUS
The Temasek Review / Posted 29 days ago
Zaki Yamani, a Saudi Arabian who was his country’s oil minister more than 40 years ago. If the notion of the Absurd by Albert Camus is Globalization, then the end of the Oil Age is the Revolt. If you asked the experts for a predictive value of... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Take and Read: Hearers of the Wordlife's meaning became more urgent. In Le Mythe de Sisyphe (1942), published on
Take and Read: Hearers of the Word
National Catholic Reporter / Posted a month ago
life's meaning became more urgent. In Le Mythe de Sisyphe (1942), published one year after Rahner’s Hörer des Wortes, Albert Camus described the absurdity of our continually asking the question about the meaning of life when, as he claimed,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Anti-Education, by Friedrich Nietzsche review: a colossus warms up to replace Godan anti-liberal, democracy-hating whip-cracker as can be imagined – pity has no
Anti-Education, by Friedrich Nietzsche review: a colossus warms up to replace God
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
an anti-liberal, democracy-hating whip-cracker as can be imagined – pity has no place in the world he wants to rule.) Albert Camus, the trade union-supporting existentialist, sounded a note of caution when he called him one of the “evil... Read more

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