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Tag Archives: Camus
Existential Radio with Jean-Paul Sartre [Comic]
In this week’s Existential Comics, Jean-Paul Sartre helps a listener quit smoking and takes a suspicious call from Calbert Amu.
Camus’ Stranger Explained, Because Reading is Boring
The Thug Notes guide to Albert Camus’ “The Stranger.”
9 Insane Stories from The Lives of Famous Existentialists
Existentialism is a field of philosophy that grapples with human existence and flourished in post-war Europe in the 1940s and 1950s.
Of course, these thinkers of human existence were also dealing with their own. Namely, that their lives were a bizarre shit-storm of mental breakdowns, drug-induced genius and tremendous backlash from the societies they lived in.
Read Camus’ Letter to His Elementary School Teacher After Winning the Nobel Prize
After winning the Nobel Prize, philosopher Albert Camus thought to thank his mother first, and an elementary school teacher second. Camus wrote this letter (below) to his teacher Louis Germain who, according to Letters of Note, “fostered the potential he saw and steered young Camus on a path that would eventually see him write some hugely respected, award-winning novels and essays.”
[Image] Albert Camus Dancing
That Time the FBI Spied on Sartre and Camus and Couldn’t Spell Camus’ Name Right
A new article looks into J. Edgar Hoover’s deep interest in French philosophy.