In absurdist philosophy, the Absurd arises out of the fundamental disharmony between the individual’s search for meaning(Existentialist) and the meaninglessness(Nihilist) of the universe. As beings looking for meaning in a meaningless world, humans have three ways of resolving the dilemma. Kierkegaard and Camus describe the solutions…
- Religious, spiritual, or abstract belief in a transcendent realm, being, or idea.
- Acceptance of the Absurd
- Christianity => grace, humility, and love.
- God => Love.
- Evil => consequence of action.
- Life is without objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value.
- Knowledge is not possible.
- Reality does not actually exist.