Albert Camus

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Gazette News
'This is what Jumbo should look like - permanently': Your Gazette Lettersdross dumped on us by think tank tyranny, and show opposition to what is happen
'This is what Jumbo should look like - permanently': Your Gazette Letters
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
dross dumped on us by think tank tyranny, and show opposition to what is happening to our country. The Algerian writer, Albert Camus said: ‘We have art in order not to die of life.’ Austria is awash with culture, and we need to mandate... Read more
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Mashable
MashReads Podcast: Discussing David Foster Wallace's 'The Depressed Person'are sad including Margaret Atwood's poem "A Sad Child," Ella Enchanted by Gail
MashReads Podcast: Discussing David Foster Wallace's 'The Depressed Person'
Mashable / Posted 5 days ago
are sad including Margaret Atwood's poem "A Sad Child," Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine and The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus. And as always, we close the show with recommendations: Aliza recommends re-watching Parks and Recreation.... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
ArtardisSan Jose. (866) 999-8111. www.cavalia.net Flirting With Camus @ Incline Galler
Artardis
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
San Jose. (866) 999-8111. www.cavalia.net Flirting With Camus @ Incline Gallery Horea's multimedia installation about Albert Camus and his fascination with the provocative artist. Performance Sept. 22 8pm. Reg hours: Sun-Thu 2pm-7pm. Fri & Sat... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
The Feedback Loop From Hellused my LSD hallucinations to make a philosophical point about happiness. No fu
The Feedback Loop From Hell
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 6 days ago
used my LSD hallucinations to make a philosophical point about happiness. No fucks given. As the existential philosopher Albert Camus said (and I’m pretty sure he wasn’t on LSD at the time): “You will never be happy if you continue to search for... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Great British Bake Off takes on an unsettling, elegiac quality in Pastry Weekand thinking of its leading members. In addition to Sartre, these included his
The Great British Bake Off takes on an unsettling, elegiac quality in Pastry Week
The New Statesman / Posted 6 days ago
and thinking of its leading members. In addition to Sartre, these included his lover Simone de Beauvoir, his friends Albert Camus and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and his main philosophical influences, Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger. The book... Read more
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The New Statesman
Philosophy, the Sartre blend: uncovering the birth of existentialismand thinking of its leading members. In addition to Sartre, these included his
Philosophy, the Sartre blend: uncovering the birth of existentialism
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
and thinking of its leading members. In addition to Sartre, these included his lover Simone de Beauvoir, his friends Albert Camus and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and his main philosophical influences, Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger. The book... Read more
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Lifehacker
The Feedback Loop From Hellused my LSD hallucinations to make a philosophical point about happiness. No fu
The Feedback Loop From Hell
Lifehacker / Posted 7 days ago
used my LSD hallucinations to make a philosophical point about happiness. No fucks given. As the existential philosopher Albert Camus said (and I’m pretty sure he wasn’t on LSD at the time): “You will never be happy if you continue to search for... Read more
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Boston Globe
4 Greater Boston writers named finalists for Kirkus PrizeBakewell (“At the Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails Wi
4 Greater Boston writers named finalists for Kirkus Prize
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
Bakewell (“At the Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails With Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Others”), Michael Eric Dyson (“The Black Presidency: Barack Obama... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Why playwright Edward Albee matteredthe lousy way that most early- and mid-century American children were raised is
Why playwright Edward Albee mattered
Chicago Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
the lousy way that most early- and mid-century American children were raised is what separated Albee from, say, Beckett or Albert Camus. Albee was, at his core, an evangelical absurdist. Those other writers noted life's absurdity but proffered no... Read more
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Limerick Post
A tale of three writersat the Munster Literature Cente, began work on his second book, a shorter, more
A tale of three writers
Limerick Post / Posted 13 days ago
at the Munster Literature Cente, began work on his second book, a shorter, more concise tale inspired by the novellas of Albert Camus and Ernest Hemmingway. The Earth and the Sea retains the crime elements of his first work but has a more “noir”... Read more
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DW
Kamel Daoud at the Ruhrtriennale |Kamel Daoud: Measure a country's health by its relationship with women 16.03.20
Kamel Daoud at the Ruhrtriennale |
DW / Posted 13 days ago
Kamel Daoud: Measure a country's health by its relationship with women 16.03.2016 The Algerian writer who's revisited Albert Camus was a guest speaker at Germany's top literature festival. He's been the target of Islamists and accused of... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"It's An Inside Job" Oliver Stone Says DNC Hack Is A "Disguise From What's Really Going On"try to protect the “homeland” by actually rebuilding it and putting money into
"It's An Inside Job" Oliver Stone Says DNC Hack Is A "Disguise From What's Really Going On"
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
try to protect the “homeland” by actually rebuilding it and putting money into its people, schools, and infrastructure. Albert Camus, talking about the doomed Spanish Civil War in the 1930s wrote, “Men of my generation have had Spain in our... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
A Tagore we never knewrelationships with men of high intellectual calibre — physicists, scientists an
A Tagore we never knew
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
relationships with men of high intellectual calibre — physicists, scientists and philosophers. From Jorge Luis Borges to Albert Camus and Octavio Paz — all were more than acquaintances to her. Despite all the associations she had, including with... Read more
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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 a month 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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