The aim of the article is to elucidate the problem of happiness in Albert Camus' reflexion. Analysing Camus' work, the author makes an attempt at finding out possible forms of affirmation of man in the world of indifference, illusion, nonsense and shows the way in which the Camus' man should choose to rejoice at his own existence. This way starts from an act of understanding the absurd, next it leads to a revolt, and finally arrives at the choice of real life and the experience of true happiness in deep connexions with other people.
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