Camus model

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A version of the "Camus model" (Thims, c.2015), Sisyphus shown on a the left-half of a reaction coordinate, based on the 1942 existence models of Albert Camus.

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Overview

In 1942, Albert Camus, essay The Myth of Sisyphus, supposedly influenced (Ѻ) by Nietzsche’s “eternal recurrence” conjecture, devised the Camus model, according to which the meaning of existence is to but roll a large ball up a hill, only to have it roll down again, and to repeat this exact same process, repetitively, and ‘imagine’ that you (or Sisyphus) is happy.[1]

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References

  1. Camus, Albert. (1942). The Myth of Sisyphus. Publisher.

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