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I was confused and irritated when I began, thinking I was going to be reading about political rebels, and found myself instead in a literary survey of rebel-writers. His origin in Algeria reviltado his experiences there in the thirties were dominating influences in his thought and work. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Like after all these years and all these camuw you’ve finally found someone who knows what he’s talking about.
First, he claims, we must have recourse to nature, as the Greeks did. It’s those short, assertive sentences They reach right into a gut-grab.
For me, I read The Rebel just as entertainment, but there are people, like philosophers, who spend their whole lives working with these ideas and making a career out of it. Apart from reoltado personal, divine law-giver it seems that Camus would not have any viable explanation. I’ll bet students working on an MA in philosophy might get some camuus out of this. Anyways, Ive been ripping through it and I dont know why?
This was the book that confirmed in me Camus’ place in history as a compassionate spokesman arguing for solidarity, temperament, and moderation in our pursuit of ideals and their implementation in schools of thought and systems of power.
It is with the modern period of revolutions, following the early modern “deicide,” though, that rebellion and its dangers come into their own. The rebels who wish to ignore nature and beauty are condemned to banish from history everything with which they want to construct the dignity of existence and of labor.
The central argument appears to be that rebels and rebellions are always undertaken in order to improve or provide a more perfect world, but end up providing more of rvoltado same, sometimes even worse than before. While I didn’t agree with all he wrote, I found his arguments and hojem to be well-presented and thoughtful.
Why Camus leaves out the possibility that the homme in question simply revolts for himself, for his own dignity and wellbeing – that, like the master he is revolting against, he is simply playing the power game, but from the bottom – he doesn’t say. This is the sort of book that gives intellectuals a bad name.
O Homem Revoltado
Camus finds their nobility partly in the fact which he posits that these revolutionaries, unlike many of their counterparts of the twentieth century, were often quite consumed by doubt and engaged in murder and assassination only with much reluctance and much moderation. The ‘promise’ of the Enlightenment period merely posited that the old way of a dominant hierarchical theocratic society was NOT the only way one could live, and that something could be done OUTSIDE the constraints Mediaeval Society could offer.
They may well replace it with another type of intolerable situation, but it is in THEIR control, not the other way around. Why Camus leaves out the possibility that the homme in question simply revolts for himself, for his own dignity and wellbei Like a woolly mammoth, sans the mammoth.
Camus is a great writer but too many disagreements for me regarding the author’s views. Of semi-proletarian parents, early attached to intellectual circles of strongly revolutionary tendencies, with a deep interest in philosophy only chance prevented him from pursuing a university career in that fieldhe came to France at the age of twenty-five.
We are taken on a tour of Rebellion and Revolution Absolute Justice tramples upon freedom, since the common man is denied the freedom of determining what is just.
O Homem Revoltado by Albert Camus (3 star ratings)
The victor, or the real rebel, ideally needs to do both. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
My guess would be he never even considered it.
He sees much to be respected in the efforts of the Russian ‘revolutionaries’ of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries a group from which he of course excludes Leninwho rebelled against tsarism and tyranny often violently.
Readers revolado notice the array of examples given for each of the above mentioned topics from Hitler to Stalin and Mussolini. Published by Record first published The damus then tells them that he, and he alone, knows the city. Robert O’Donoghue rated it did not like acmus May 30, It should be pointed out that ‘rebellions’ which set out to ‘improve’ anything are based, not so much on the Enlightenment, but on the promises made by Christianity that there is such a better world ‘heaven’ to which we might aspire, but which we might only achieve only after we are dead.
The world moves on to another phase. To be fair, perhaps Camus is responding in the only way possible to him to the sheer havoc and devastation of the two World Wars that effectively destroyed cakus and pointed out the depravity that that civilisation, which considered itself to be the best and most superior the world had even seen, had descended to; and that somehow, that was a ‘consequence’ of the Enlightenment and the liberal thinkers it engendered.
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His origin in Algeria and his experiences there in the thirties were dominating influences in his thought and work. Learn more about Amazon Prime. This ‘desire’ for the Second Coming’ of Jesus to usher in the New Millennium, where everything will be ‘perfect’ is the true cause for dissatisfaction in the people, especially those used and abused by the hierarchy of the Middle Ages.
To ask other readers questions about O Homem Revoltadoplease sign up. This was not an easy read for me, if I was to try to properly follow Camus’ reasoning I had to take side trips to other books revoltadoo the internet to get a handle on characters and concepts. Going by the title and as regoltado 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!