Albert Camus

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The Hindu
Sartre and de Beauvoir's initiation into existentialismdays bring back to memory the 1930s on the Left Bank of Paris, where in the vic
Sartre and de Beauvoir's initiation into existentialism
The Hindu / Posted 14 hours ago
days bring back to memory the 1930s on the Left Bank of Paris, where in the vicinity of the Saint-Germain-Prés Church, Albert Camus, Hannah Arendt, Iris Murdoch and Emmanuel Levinas mingled socially and intellectually. The Café Philo in New... Read more
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asianage
Not a man's world?binaries Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is — goes a well-k
Not a man's world?
asianage / Posted 6 days ago
binaries Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is — goes a well-known line from a celebrated French writer, Albert Camus. But in today’s world, this line could be considered politically incorrect for its gender binary. Recently, the... Read more
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Newsmax
Marc Faber: S&P to Crash 50 Percent, Erasing Years of Gainsin his recent blog. "Western democracies had (like socialism and communism) th
Marc Faber: S&P to Crash 50 Percent, Erasing Years of Gains
Newsmax / Posted 17 days ago
in his recent blog. "Western democracies had (like socialism and communism) the noble idea of creating a fair society [Albert Camus: 'The welfare of the people has always been the alibi of tyrants'], but it is now ending up with system that is... Read more
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Scotsman
Jane Bradley: Mobiles are an addiction and we need a detoxnot usually a trashy novel – the latest Jilly Cooper or a paperback of Dan Brow
Jane Bradley: Mobiles are an addiction and we need a detox
Scotsman / Posted 22 days ago
not usually a trashy novel – the latest Jilly Cooper or a paperback of Dan Brown. No, it’s more likely to be something by Albert Camus. Or maybe a new Haruki Murakami, if they’re feeling more modern. Look at me, it says. I am so engrossed in the... Read more
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Newsmax
Marc Faber: Capitalism Can Be Cruel and Unfair but It's the Best Systemin his recent blog. "Western democracies had (like socialism and communism) th
Marc Faber: Capitalism Can Be Cruel and Unfair but It's the Best System
Newsmax / Posted 24 days ago
in his recent blog. "Western democracies had (like socialism and communism) the noble idea of creating a fair society [Albert Camus: 'The welfare of the people has always been the alibi of tyrants'], but it is now ending up with system that is... Read more
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CTV News
Ardent nationalist, author and publisher Mel Hurtig dies at age 84that on a scale of one-to-10, the response to a book reading he had given was a
Ardent nationalist, author and publisher Mel Hurtig dies at age 84
CTV News / Posted 24 days ago
that on a scale of one-to-10, the response to a book reading he had given was a 12. Away from work, Hurtig loved to read Albert Camus, John Updike and Margaret Laurence. He once had a golf handicap of six and described the sport as his major... Read more
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CTV News
Ardent nationalst, author and publisher Mel Hurtig dies at age 84that on a scale of one-to-10, the response to a book reading he had given was a
Ardent nationalst, author and publisher Mel Hurtig dies at age 84
CTV News / Posted 24 days ago
that on a scale of one-to-10, the response to a book reading he had given was a 12. Away from work, Hurtig loved to read Albert Camus, John Updike and Margaret Laurence. He once had a golf handicap of six and described the sport as his major... Read more
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PlayStation Blog
Darkest Dungeon Ventures Onto PS4 and PS Vita September 27“Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is.”–Albert Camus Ruin has
Darkest Dungeon Ventures Onto PS4 and PS Vita September 27
PlayStation Blog / Posted 24 days ago
“Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is.”–Albert Camus Ruin has come to our family… and the terrible task of restoring your estate to its former glory falls to you. It brings us great pleasure to finally announce the upcoming release... Read more
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asianage
Bindu Dalmiaauthor of The Diary of a Lutyens’ Princess. a:16:{i:0;a:2:{s:8:"question";s:17
Bindu Dalmia
asianage / Posted 28 days ago
author of The Diary of a Lutyens’ Princess. a:16:{i:0;a:2:{s:8:"question";s:17:"Why do you write?";s:6:"answer";s:266:"As Albert Camus said, “Art is the cry of the mind exhausted by its own rebellion.” Salim Khan told me that he saw in me a... Read more
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asianage
Bindu DalmiaAs Albert Camus said, “Art is the cry of the mind exhausted by its own rebellio
Bindu Dalmia
asianage / Posted 28 days ago
As Albert Camus said, “Art is the cry of the mind exhausted by its own rebellion.” Salim Khan told me that he saw in me a “divine discontent” that sought passage into the outside world through expression, whether it’s a cry of pain or the smile of... Read more

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