Albert Camus quote about will from The Myth of Sisyphus - In truth the way matters but little; the will to arrive suffices.
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In truth the way matters but little; the will to arrive suffices.
 Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus (1942). copy citation

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Author Albert Camus
Source The Myth of Sisyphus
Topic will goal way
Date 1942
Language English
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Note Translated by Justin O'Brien
Weblink http://www2.hawaii.edu/~freeman/courses/phil360/16.%20Myth%20of%20Sisyph...

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“It is futile to be amazed by the apparent paradox that leads thought to its own negation by the opposite paths of humiliated reason and triumphal reason. From the abstract god of Husserl to the dazzling god of Kierkegaard the distance is not so great. Reason and the irrational lead to the same preaching. In truth the way matters but little; the will to arrive suffices. The abstract philosopher and the religious philosopher start out from the same disorder and support each other in the same anxiety. But the essential is to explain. Nostalgia is stronger here than knowledge.” source
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