Albert Camus Quote

The greatest saving one can make in the order of thought is to accept the unintelligibility of the world — and to pay attention to man.


Notebooks (1942-1951)

Picture Quote 1

The greatest saving one can make in the order of thought is to accept the unintelligibility of the world — and to pay attention to man.

Picture Quote 2

The greatest saving one can make in the order of thought is to accept the unintelligibility of the world — and to pay attention to man.

Picture Quote 3

The greatest saving one can make in the order of thought is to accept the unintelligibility of the world — and to pay attention to man.

Picture Quote 4

The greatest saving one can make in the order of thought is to accept the unintelligibility of the world — and to pay attention to man.