Im a total pleb and im having a hard time reading this, is this normal or am i retarded and should stop trying?
Incidentally I also just read the essay.
I feel like some guy actually thinking about suicide will take nothing away from this theoretical analysis of absurd or paradoxical and frustrating conclusions.
Why is he arguing this is such a pressing issue? I've accepted that there are non-well-answerable questions as a fact (I guess in the Wittgensteinian sense of the setups being bad) and I see no issue with that. Just do what you like - you don't have to call that hedonism (and dismiss it like Kierkegaard), just because you have some fun. Set a goal and enjoy the journey.
So can someone explain why Camus thinks there is this dramatic problem with occurrence of "the absurd"?