In a world without meaning, what is the point of living?

So we’ve explored existentialism and nihilism before and at least some of us have found it beautiful and fascinating. However, what we failed at the time to cover was absurdism as presented by Albert Camus, the French-Algerian author, that serves as somewhat of an outgrowth of existentialism if not an answer to it. You might look at this philosophy and think it was simply Camus’ excuse to enjoy the lifestyle he decided he wanted, and maybe it was, but even so it’s managed to morph into a being all its own.

Ehnemark, Jan [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

The Beer:

Mr. Wiggles Double Dank IPA – Rahr & Sons Brewing Company

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