11+ Camus Philosophy
Background. In considering camus' philosophy, i will focus on the views portrayed in the myth of sisyphus philosophy — at least in how it is traditionally practiced according to conclusions being derived from. And he also believed in the innate existence of human.
Can studying philosophy make you a better person? His thought was constantly rich and provocative. Albert camus was a french algerian writer best known for his absurdist works, including 'the stranger' and 'the plague.' he won the nobel prize for literature in 1957.
Camus argued he was not an existentialist because he felt one had to submit to the entire philosophy, and not just parts of it, to be an existentialist.
On the first page, mersault is more concerned about the exact time of his mothers' death. Albert camus was born into poverty in mondovi, algeria, on november 7, 1913. To convey his existentialist philosophy, camus uses the death of mersaults' mother in the beginning of the novel. Camus argued he was not an existentialist because he felt one had to submit to the entire philosophy, and not just parts of it, to be an existentialist.