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Review of the book “Life is Hard”

Review of the book “Life is Hard”

“We have to imagine Sisyphus as a happy person,” this is how the famous essay “The Myth of Sisyphus” by the French philosopher Albert Camus (1913-1960) ends, in which he examines how to deal with what he calls the absurd. The absurd is – briefly and by no means exhaustively – the contradiction between people's desire for goodness, meaning, and the reality of life, which often lacks both. The concept therefore includes concrete negative events as well as abstract feelings of the meaninglessness of existence. According to Camus, the only way to deal with this is “revolution.” This term describes the mental attitude that derives comfort and even happiness from the fact that there is freedom in one's decision to accept what is given to him.