Unformatted text preview: confrontation between man and his absurdity. “It is the constant presence of man in his own eyes. It is not aspiration, for it is devoid of hope. That revolt is the certainty of a crushing fate, without the resignation that ought to accompany it.” Suicide is acceptance at its extreme. The revolt gives life value. “To a man devoid of blinders, there is no further sight than that of the intelligence at grips with a reality that transcends it.” The revolt is in the day-to-day, and our only truth remains as defiance. Freedom is known by knowing the existence of a master. Notes the God-evil paradox. Can’t imagine the type of freedom a god would give....
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- Fall '07
- Meaning of life, one day, The Myth of Sisyphus, Absurd Reasoning Absurdity