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Unformatted text preview: sibility of regarding everything about which we
are serious as arbitrary, or open to doubt." • Nagel thinks that Camus' response to the absurd (deﬁance or scorn) is inappropriate;
it's "romantic and slightly self-pitying." He prefers instead to approach the absurd with
acceptance, with irony instead heroism or despair....
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