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myth of sysiphus http://www.nyu.edu/ classes/keefer/hell/camus.html
http://www.sparknotes.com/philosophy/ sisyphus/summary.html Camus identifies three characteristics of the absurd life: revolt (we must not accept any answer or reconciliation in our struggle), freedom (we are absolutely free to think and behave as we choose), and passion (we must pursue a life of rich and diverse experiences). Camus gives four examples of the absurd life: the seducer, who pursues the passions of the moment; the actor, who compresses the passions of hundreds of lives into a stage career; the conqueror, or rebel, whose political struggle focuses his energies; and the artist, who creates entire worlds. Absurd art does not try to explain experience, but simply describes it. It presents a certain worldview that deals with particular matters rather than aiming for universal themes.
the existential problem of books. the naive fighters of those wanting to be in control and make their own paperdigital natives versus the older generation- the generation jumps the irrationality of the older generation- belief in collapse of the computer world, the need for physical books, accessible hardware to our sense. no mediator of the computer.