The Philosophy of Albert Camus
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This paper begins with a brief discussion of Camus' childhood and young adult life. It examines his early political involvements - fighting for the rights of the native Algerian population. It shows how his interests became more focused once he moved to France and fought in the French Resistance during WWII. The paper presents some of his writings and examines their connection to his philosophy of society and life.
From the Paper:"Albert Camus was born in Algeria, in the town of Mondovi, in 1913. His father was killed the following year, early in World War I, at the Battle of the Marne. His mother was severely deaf and had a speech impediment, and they lived in marked poverty. He and his brother both received scholarships that allowed them to attend school past the elementary level. Camus entered a lycee in Algiers, majoring in philosophy. ). He formed a theater group for laborers, "L'Equipe." (Nobel, 2001)"
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