Caligula & The Myth of Sisyphus

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Department
Victoria College Courses
Course
VIC101H1
Professor
David Cook
Semester
Fall

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rdVIC103Y1 Ideas and Fine ThoughtsOctober 3 2011 CaligulaRole of bad philosopher kingHow he tried to educate populationHis actions leads to rebellionRevelation in education failedEvery political regime must have some control over violenceRebellion is important theme for CamusHe is divineemanations of the divinityThe Myth of SisyphusCamus does not believe in God believes in godsGod no imperfectionsGreek gods perfectly unjustSet in more human reenactment in levels of godsSet against Christian answer of what gods are aboutChristianity has difficulty w evil if God is just why does he allow evil FreewillCamus writing differently
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