L’Humanism Athée (parts 1 & 2)

Albert Camus was a man”sui genris” – in a category by himself. In all his works there is a common thread; an underlying expression of empathy and compassion toward all of humanity, while at the same time an outright rejection of the notion that our existence is attributable to the divine. His philosophy, though often mis-categorized as existentialism, was really that of Atheistic Humanism.

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