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A comprehensive analysis in English of the thought of Albert Camus from a philosophical perspective
David Sprintzen is Professor of Philosophy at C.W. Post College of Long Island University.
Preface Acknowledgments Part I: Introduction 1. Experiential Sources 2. The Death of God Part II: Dramatic Contours 3. The Stranger 4. The Myth of Sisyphus 5. Caligula Part III: Confrontation and Struggle 6. Social Dislocations 7. Society and Rebellion 8. Revolt and History 9. Metaphysical Rebellion 10. Confronting Modernity 11. The Fall Part IV: Visions and Possibilities 12. The Witness of Liberty 13. Searching for a Style of Life 14. Concluding in a Dialogic Mode Notes Bibliography Index
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