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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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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See also


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

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