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The rebel actually is the one who wants to be enslaved the most??? Pivoting from his earlier thought that all is absurd, he asserts that human beings must stand up for themselves, for values that pertain to all. What remains to be answered is whether these is what Camus envisioned in this small book? Revolution is generally a social calamity, a nightmare of inhumanity: I think the fans of Camus will be quite surprised with the ideas of the book. As I waded section to section, it usually felt like I understood the basic point.
J’adore Camus, mais en tant qu’auteur de fiction. And it is here that I believe Camus misses the point. Loosely summing up a few points, Nihilism was bad and Nietzsche should not be blamed for Nazism.
The the same ones Hegel later destroyed, calling the them a Christianity without God. English Choose a language for shopping.
One can argue about the extent of such ‘progress’, or indeed whether such things as radio, television, the automobile, education, medicine, surgery, etc etc are ‘really’ progress or not after all, anything, anywhere, had both good and bad elements but one cannot argue successfully that these things merely reiterate the evils they are supposed to replace.
But making a clear break with Sarte, Camus says the rebel must not resort to violence as the end doesn’t justify the means. Dimitri Karamazov’s cry of ‘Why? I hated the Stranger, but found the Rebel rather easier to engage with. Which, as a result, seems to has ended up as pages of misguided and confusing fuzziness.
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Regardless, the idea was to follow his line of reasoning, and despite everything I just said, his logic is sound. It concerns the Russian terrorists of the Socialist-Republican party in the early 20th century.
Most of The Rebel is a literary and philosophical history of how modern thinkers have failed to find this limit and so have abetted the transformation of rebellion into oppression.
A very heavy read VERY read indeed and took a great deal of my time in understanding of the book as it mostly talks about the revolution of 19th Century and in Going by the title and as it came recommended by a great Philosopher friend of mine – I initially thought this is going to be a deep meaning thrilling story of a rebel unable to keep up with the society in todays time and Oh My God!
Maria VB rated it did not like it Gomem 17, More author than traditional philosopher, his arguments were a pleasure to read, what few I understood the second or third time I read them. Kathy rated it did not like it Aug 03, Paperbackpages.
Interesting book, though I also found it challenging to read. A good argument to make, and an imp The best aspect of Camus’ essays and philosophical pieces is his tone. I’ve found it useful in explaining how non-theists can have a sense of morality, a concept that is strangely difficult for many people of my acqu I hated the Stranger, but found the Rebel rather easier to engage with.
Kathy rated it did not like it Aug 03, Morality condemns the world as it is, in preference of an imaginary future world. The Rebel is a very difficult read. Readers will notice the array of examples given for each of the above mentioned topics from Hitler to Stalin and Mussolini. Protester rated it did not like it Sep 30, I found the need while reading to stop incessantly to look up other works and references with which I was unfamiliar. Maria VB rated it did not like it Sep 17, Just a devoltado while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
If it feels wrong then it probably is. His austere search for moral order found its aesthetic correlative in the classicism of his art. They may end up being just as immoral, and just as cruel and murderous, but they are doing it to someone else; it is not happening just to revlotado. Rebels rebel to relieve themselves from an intolerable situation.
Regardless, the idea wa As I thought it would be, this was dense. This I will definitely call one of the most challenging books of for sure Although its too early to declare that but I am sure already as it took me almost a week to finish.
Accordingly, when it comes to Individual terrorism one automatically thinks of Osama Bin Laden and his al Qaeda team. The man and the times met: Whether he becomes Sade celebrating torture and rape in the boudoir or Stalin overseeing secret police and sending dissidents to the gulag, the rebel is likely to depose God only to become a murderous deity in his turn.
This is the sort of book that gives intellectuals a bad name. I don’t know what I just said Mar 02, A. In sum, art transfigures reality and so provides a better model for politics than the modern hkmem revolutionary systems.
O Homem Revoltado by Albert Camus (4 star ratings)
The Jacobins, rebelled against King and God and by making their principles divine, introduced the Reign of Revolttado. This in turn implies that “the slave could only free himself by enslaving in his turn,” aided by Hegel’s theory of the modern state, with its vast technical capacity for domination, as the ultimate embodiment of collective human reason. Camus is a great writer but too many disagreements for me regarding the author’s views.
More than anything, though, this essay remains relevant in a 21st century where violence and contempt are justified by those in power. East Cmaus Designer Men’s Fashion. I rarely read non-fiction.
O Homem Revoltado by Albert Camus (3 star ratings)
All ‘rebellions’ which attempt to ‘improve’ things derive their impetus from religious sentiments based on the imagined reward proffered to the ‘perfect’ and the elite. This ‘desire’ for the Second Uomem of Jesus to usher in the New Millennium, where everything will be ‘perfect’ cakus the true cause for dissatisfaction in the people, especially those used and abused by the hierarchy of the Middle Ages.
This book goes immediately into my ‘to-be-reread-someday’ pile.