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Albert Camus, who is undoubtedly one of the most influential writers in the 20th century, was also a notable philosopher who presented his views in numerous novels and essays. Because he was especially interested in understanding human existence in a world without meaning, he was often classified by others as an existentialist (Joplin). His existential viewpoints are explicitly displayed in his philosophical essay ‘The Myth of Sisyphus’. In the first chapter of the article, Camus argues that “There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy” (Sisyphus, p.3). Throughout the essay, the prominent writer attempts to answer questions about the meaning of life with deliberations about death.
‘The Stranger’, the novel by Camus that has received wide acclaim, is about a French man, who had killed an Arab, sentenced to death (Stranger). The novel speculates deeply about the purpose of life and death. That is the reason the book begins with Meursault, the protagonist, indifferently telling the readers that his “mother died” (Stranger, p.4). The Stranger, starting with mother’s death and ending with the main character’s death, investigates how death affects human existence and the people persist to survive.
The following will explore and vindicate for Camus’ philosophical viewpoints that could be observed from The Stranger, concentrating especially on the ideas presented it the last chapter of the book. It will then present criticisms against the ideas present in the novel, and thereby argue against Camus’ position.
Humans, when having...