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Human Experience is the Only Thing That is Real
Rene Descartes believed in doubting every proposition that cannot be known with certainty. Albert Camus follows this same lead but unlike Descartes observes that philosophers generally seem to be unable to agree on metaphysical questions, and takes that as a reason to doubt metaphysics all together. His position seems to be profoundly un-philosophical and his interest is purely in how to live. The primary matter here is that there are no clean-cut answers to any questions, so is it even possible to live with certainty. From The Myth of Sisyphus Camus exclaims in his argument Absurd Freedom…
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