Corbic Arnaud ,
I fondamenti di una filosofia dell’uomo senza Dio nella triplice prospettiva di Albert Camus: L’assurdo, la rivolta, l’amore,
Antonianum, 81/3 (2006) p. 509-523
Summary: To identify the inhuman (the absurd, nihilism, resentment, evil), to establish the human (rebellion, love), to lay the foundations for a philosophy without God, this was the philosophical and literary undertaking of Albert Camus. To propose an as yet unknown wisdom, one that is at the same time individual, collective and cosmic, against all that would deny the human being, that would mutilate him and that would tend to crush him, this guides his entire oeuvre. A tragic lucidity that does not exclude the demands of humanity.