The Contradictions of Sartre and Camus

During this period of quarantine, I’ve been reading a lot of existentialism. The past month has drawn me to the delights (or the indifference) of Albert Camus’s The Plague and The Stranger, while my present read is Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre. Curiously, though the writings of these two French philosophers have a lot in commonContinue reading “The Contradictions of Sartre and Camus”

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