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Last week, we looked at 2 different views Satre: A little more tranditional. We have a great responsibility for opinions we have. E chosoe chose something, we make a choice for everyone. If it is valuable and we believe in vailibale we choose it has valubal for everyone. Choosing an explanation….if you believe in God you can rely on at least one perfect person to figure things out. Before, camu, Sisythus. He is condemned to roll a rock up the hill. It seems pointless. Camu suggest that this represents meaninglessness of our lives. The moment we accomplish something it crumbles before our eyes. But we can still be happy even if we live an absurd life. Intersted in actions that are maintanence work. Nagel: Similar to camu. Wants to argue that life is absurd. While showing the standard arguments are bad. Bad arguments: 1. Nothing we do now will matters in a million years. Response: Turns the table, if in a million years nothing you do now will matter… from that point nothing there will matter to you. If there really is a discontinuation
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course PHIL 100 taught by Professor James during the Spring '11 term at University of Toronto.

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