By far one of my favorite topics in philosophy, the absurd. You know that whole "What's the point? What the fuck am I doing all this for?" feeling. I'm sure Camus wouldn't define it that way, but that's absurdity. Matt Fulchiron and I get deep on feelings of the absurd, with some sprinkling of Existentialism. Where does one find meaning in a seemingly meaningless world?
Books I refer to are Albert Camus The Myth of Sisyphus and Existentialism and Human Emotions by Jean Paul Sartre
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