Tag Archives: Albert Camus

Optimist vs. Pessimist vs. Existentialist: Albert Camus (1913-1960)

I was discussing the state of the world with a friend last week, who is something of an optimist in life. I said that I was a strong pessimist, always had been and recently it had got worse. She said: … Continue reading

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“The Myth of Sisyphus”: Albert Camus

As my friends who work hard, start their week on Monday morning round the world, I offer the quote from Albert Camus’s marvelous essay “The Myth of Sisyphus” about the Greek hero Sisyphus (whom he calls the proletarian of the … Continue reading

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Albert Camus (1913-60): Top Ten Conflict Tips

I love the work of the French writer Albert Camus and thought it time we did one of our Top Ten Conflict Tips based on his thinking. All modern revolutions have ended in a reinforcement of the power of the … Continue reading

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Top Ten Neglected Thinkers of the 20th. Century

I thought it might be interesting to list those who I consider to be the Top Ten Neglected Thinkers of the 20th Century, though it brings home that there may be neglected great women thinkers, who are so neglected that … Continue reading

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