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L'Ordre Libertaire: LA Vie Philosophique D'Albert Camus (French) Paperback – 1 Feb 2013

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EXCELLENT BOOK...Great Insight Into Camus' Philosophy and Beliefs 14 Mar. 2013
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Camus is revealed like never before by a professional and famous contemporary French philosopher who is widely published and read. Not only Camus, but the revealing comparisons with other Philosophers is panoramic. Excellent high level French language with sentences that read like songs. I have studied and loved Camus for 10 years, having read even Camus' Carnets (Notebooks) I, II, and III with personal notes, and this is the DEFINITIVE work on Albert Camus -- One of the great Humanists and Philosophers of the 20th Century. No Sysiphus here...the Boulder goes Over The Top and never rolls back down -- only moves higher.
Professor Daniel Pierre REMY
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