Critical Lens Essay, “The Stranger” by Albert Camus

Critical Lens Essay, “The Stranger” by Albert Camus
Prompt: How does “THE STRANGER” by ALBERT CAMUS address some of the seven (7) qualities of existential philosophy?

—Seven Qualities of Existentialism:

1. a philosophy that views the individual as being unique and alone in an indifferent and even hostile environment
2. man has anxiety because the world around him is meaningless
3. since man doesn’t have the ability to explain his existence, all he can do is try to face his experiences in a responsible way or escape them in weakness
4. existentialists insist that the future is not fixed and humans are free to determine their own future
5. in so doing, man does not have any absolute values to guide him
6. the negative aspect: as man tries to act and make his experience meaningful, he feels absurd and, consequently, feels greater despair
7. the positive aspect: man can challenge accepted principles and change society, if he acts from within and refuses to accept the assumptions of his society

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