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2012 | 6 | 167-183
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Filozofia egzytencjalna Alberta Camusa

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EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHY OF ALBERT CAMUS
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The article describes the most important problems of philosophy of Albert Camus: life as the experience of absurdity, and rebellion as a human reaction to it. It also depicts the relations between that postulates and explains Camus’s ways of reasoning and argumentation. Furthermore, the article shows Camus’s answers to the basic philosophical questions. It proves that the Nobel prize winner was not only a writer, but a philosopher and an existentialist as well.
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6
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167-183
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