Saturday, February 16, 2008

the two combined.

http://www.sparknotes.com/philosophy/sisyphus/section7.rhtml

who would have thought; a german and a french philospher in agreement.

2 comments:

X. Dell said...

Just read "The Myth of Sissyphus," in addition to the analysis provided by your link. Fortunately, there are no cliffs nearby.

Well, I could say many things about M. Camus, but I'll write just one: his sense of the first person is awfully small.

dr.alistair said...

such is the plight of the writer. a bottle, some cigarettes and a typewriter.

i`m glad he spelled it out though.

i trancended the desperation because i`m an irrepressible egotist.

and because i`m indeniably good at things and thrill in doing them.

(proof of ego.......megalomania even.)

and i will go on to greater success.

(oh yeah. megalomaniac.)