• Yes

  • No

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17% 1 votes
  • He would reject the label, but his thought was centered around the rejection of philosophical systems and focused on the individual experience. Even if he wasn't a an existentialist in name, he was one in practice.

  • more a nihilist

  • He was actually an advocate of his 'Philosophy of the Absurd'.It is different from Existentialism in some minor ways.

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tylergraham95 says2014-04-29T09:09:07.4032130-05:00
Well he was a self-proclaimed absurdist, and The Stranger tended towards nihilism. I suppose these are considered branches of existentialism though...
guntherstauffenberg says2014-05-03T21:42:23.6892301-05:00
WE live in the theater of the absurd

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