By Albert Camus
Il s’agit d’abord de se taire – de supprimer le public et de savoir se juger. D’équilibrer une attentive tradition du corps avec une attentive moral sense de vivre. D’abandonner toute prétention et de s’attacher à un double travail de libération – à l’égard de l’argent et à l’égard de ses propres vanités et de ses lâchetés. Vivre en règle. Deux ans ne sont pas de trop dans une vie pour réfléchir sur un seul element. Il faut liquider tous les états antérieurs et mettre toute sa strength d’abord à ne rien désapprendre, ensuite à patiemment apprendre.
Dans ses Carnets, Albert Camus se confronte au monde autant qu’à lui-même. Curieux de tous et de tout, il raconte une anecdote, épingle une sensation, fixe pour y revenir idées et citations. Ce prime quantity rassemble les notes prises de 1935 à 1942, alors qu’Albert Camus rédige, entre autres livres, Noces, L’Étranger et Le Mythe de Sisyphe.
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Cosmological Moreover, to appreciate the extraordinary achievement of the early state of philosophical thinkers, we must recognize that in the prevailing considerable extent after the rationalistic knowledge the religious explanation would seem by far the most natural and probable. The world as our perceptions show it to us is The freedom and irresponsibility of personal of a clash of conflicting the will, unpredictable consequences wills, account for its vagaries, on a superficial view, far better than the of a single underlying order.
Greek philosophy on the other gods were concerned, agnostic or positively hostile. These peoples, then, the neighbours and in some things the teachers of the Greeks, were content when by trial and error they had evolved far as the traditional 1 Cf. the interesting discussion of Hdt. n, 109 and Ar. Metaph. 981 buff, between C. 12 and 1952, 10. J. Gwyn Griffiths in CR 9 1950, Macdonald and it 2 The practical bent of Egyptian mathematics emerges also from the interesting assessment of in Plato's Laws (819), which is the more impressive because Plato is expressing great admiration and urging the Greeks to follow Egypt's example.
H. v, 112: Miletus loniae caput. super XC urlium per cuncta maria genetrix. 1 ch. On i, Cf. Hiller v. Gaetringen in RE, xv, 1590. 29 The Beginnings of Philosophy in Greece busy harbour-city a leading position and wide connexions, extending to the Black Sea in the north, Mesopotamia in the east, Egypt in the south and the Greek cities of South Italy in the west. Its government was aristocratic, and its leading citizens lived in an atmosphere of luxury and of a culture which may be broadly described as humanistic and materialistic high standard of living was too obviously the energy, resource and initiative for it to acknowledge in tendency.