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Between Absurds: Camus and Kierkegaard

Human existence and the nature of absurdity

It is common, when people discuss the absurd as a matter of philosophy, to focus solely on the writings of Camus. This isn’t exactly a surprise, as he was the philosopher who talked about the absurd most blatantly, even calling it such. That being said, he was not the first to discuss matters of philosophy that would be…

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