Albert Camus Quote

One does not discover the absurd without being tempted to write a manual of happiness. "What! — by such narrow ways — ?" There is but one world, however. Happiness and the absurd are two sons of the same earth. They are inseparable. It would be a mistake to say that happiness necessarily springs from the absurd discovery. It happens as well that the felling of the absurd springs from happiness.


The Myth of Sisyphus (1942)

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One does not discover the absurd without being tempted to write a manual of happiness. What! — by such narrow ways — ? There is but one world,...

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One does not discover the absurd without being tempted to write a manual of happiness. What! — by such narrow ways — ? There is but one world,...

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One does not discover the absurd without being tempted to write a manual of happiness. What! — by such narrow ways — ? There is but one world,...

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One does not discover the absurd without being tempted to write a manual of happiness. What! — by such narrow ways — ? There is but one world,...