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The meaning of life has been a huge question in philosophy. The answers range from gaining knowledge, gaining pleasure, coming to know God and follow his commandments, getting off the cycle of samsara, and self-creation by finding your own meaning. Yet, … Continue reading
Books Nice! Camus’ The Fall has been turned into a 5-minute animation. Note: this will only make sense if you’ve read the book. Otherwise, you might be lost: Culture Alcohol does not cause violence, promiscuity, or anti-social behavior. Rather, it’s your cultural expectation … Continue reading
This really isn’t a book review per se, but since this is a challenging book, this review is more for myself. It’s a restatement of Camus’ arguments and my own two cents. So this will be a combination of a … Continue reading