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Albert Camus, The Stranger, and absurd existentialism
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Albert Camus, The Stranger, and absurd existentialism

Or how to navigate a meaningless universe

Ever feel lost in a universe that seems indifferent to your existence? This week on The Observing I, we delve into the world of existentialism and the notion of the absurd, explored through the life and work of Albert Camus. We'll unpack the core themes of existentialism – freedom, responsibility, and the search for meaning in a meaningless world. Then, we'll meet Meursault, the enigmatic protagonist of Camus' groundbreaking novel The Stranger, and see how his story embodies the themes of absurdity.

Join us as we explore how to navigate life's complexities in an existential void. Learn how to embrace your freedom, define your own meaning, and find purpose and passion even in a seemingly meaningless universe.

Much love,
David

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