So I just got into Camus and Absurdism. I finished the Myth of Sisyphus and The Outsider and I got a big picture of all of this, but I would like to know your thoughts on "Imagine Sisyphus happy".
To me as far as I understood Sisyphus is the revolted man. He refuses to be miserable upon his condition so he can punish the gods that would expect him to suffer. The way to approach that is by, as Camus said, "making the rock his home, becoming part of it".
外围体育投注What are the the positive thoughts (or that kind of warm feeling of comfort) you take out of Sisyphus and Camus' book?