Hey, /lit/. What do you think Albert Camus was trying to say in the Myth of sisyphus (Other than the obvious hurr durr, life is meaningless, Albert Camooooo~ said so.), I'd like to see what he would have had to say after, and where he would have gone after had he not died.
You stupid mongoloid. Camus wasn't saying 'life is meaningless'
The Myth of Sisyphus is an easily digestible narrative of absurdism. Camus basically asserts that, while our activities may be meaningless and our struggle may be meaningless, life, in itself is not meaningless, just absurd. One must come to terms with this absurdism and rebel against it, hence the rolling of the stone. We find meaning in this rebellion