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Albert Camus (7 November 1913 4 January 1960) was a French philosopher, author, and journalist. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature at the age of 44 in 1957, the second-youngest recipient in history. Camus was born in Algeria (a French colony at the time) to French Pieds Noirs parents. His citizenship was French. He spent his childhood in a poor neighborhood and later studied philosophy at the University of Algiers. He was in Paris when the Germans invaded France during World War II in 1940. Camus tried to flee but finally joined the French Resistance where he served as editor-in-chief at Combat, an outlawed newspaper. After the war, he was a celebrity figure and gave many lectures around the world. He married twice but had many extramarital affairs. Camus was politically active; he was part of the Left that opposed the Soviet Union because of its totalitarianism. Camus was a moralist and leaned towards anarcho-syndicalism. He was part of many organizations seeking European integration. During the Algerian War (1954 1962), he kept a neutral stance, advocating for a multicultural and pluralistic Algeria, a position that caused controversy and was rejected by most parties. Philosophically, Camus's views contri buted to the rise of the philosophy known as absurdism. He is also considered to be an existentialist, even though he firmly rejected the term throughout his lifetime.

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1:Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee?
   ~ Albert Camus,
2:The need to be right - the sign of a vulgar mind.
   ~ Albert Camus,
3:Peace is the only battle worth waging. ~ Albert Camus, @JoshuaOakley,
4:Charm is getting the answer yes without asking a clear question. ~ Albert Camus,
5:'Life is a sum of all your choices'. So, what are you doing today?
   ~ Albert Camus,
6:But in the end one needs more courage to live than to kill himself.
   ~ Albert Camus,
7:The only serious question in life is whether to kill yourself or not.
   ~ Albert Camus,
8:I don't want to be a genius, I have enough problems just trying to be a man. ~ Albert Camus,
9:Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. ~ Albert Camus,
10:In the middle of winter I at last discovered that there was in me an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus,
11:The truth is that everyone is bored, and devotes himself to cultivating habits. ~ Albert Camus, The Plague,
12:Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. ~ Albert Camus, @JoshuaOakley,
13:In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer." ~ Albert Camus, @Draw_and_Wings,
14:The literal meaning of life is whatever you're doing that prevents you from killing yourself
   ~ Albert Camus,
15:Whoever gives nothing, has nothing. The greatest misfortune is not to be unloved, but not to love.
   ~ Albert Camus,
16:In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus, @JoshuaOakley,
17:
   Don't walk in front of me... I may not follow
   Don't walk behind me... I may not lead
   Walk beside me... just be my friend
   ~ Albert Camus,
18:Those who prefer their principles over their happiness, they refuse to be happy outside the conditions they seem to have attached to their happiness. ~ Albert Camus, @JoshuaOakley,
19:Always go too far because that is where you will find the truth." ~ Albert Camus, (1913 - 1960) French philosopher, author, and journalist, won the Nobel Prize in Literature at the age of 44 in 1957, the second youngest recipient in history, Wikipedia., @aax9,
20:And he knew, also, what the old man was thinking as his tears flowed, and he, Rieux, thought it too: that a loveless world is a dead world, and always there comes an hour when one is weary of prisons, of one's work, and of devotion to duty, and all one craves for is a loved face, the warmth and wonder of a loving heart. ~ Albert Camus, The Plague,
21:In that daily effort in which intelligence and passion mingle and delight each other, the absurd man discovers a discipline that will make up the greatest of his strengths. The required diligence and doggedness and lucidity thus resemble the conqueror's attitude. To create is likewise to give a shape to one's fate. For all these characters, their work defines them at least as much as it is defined by them. The actor taught us this: There is no frontier between being and appearing. ~ Albert Camus, @JoshuaOakley,
22:Weariness comes at the end of the acts of a mechanical life, but at the same time it inaugurates the impulse of consciousness. It awakens consciousness and provokes what follows. What follows is the gradual return into the chain or it is the definitive awakening. At the end of the awakening comes, in time, the consequence: suicide or recovery. In itself weariness has something sickening about it. Here, I must conclude that it is good. For everything begins with consciousness and nothing is worth anything except through it.
   ~ Albert Camus, Myth Of Sisyphus,
23:Any limiting categorization is not only erroneous but offensive, and stands in opposition to the basic human foundations of the therapeutic relationship. In my opinion, the less we think (during the process of psychotherapy) in terms of diagnostic labels, the better. (Albert Camus once described hell as a place where one's identity was eternally fixed and displayed on personal signs: Adulterous Humanist, Christian Landowner, Jittery Philosopher, Charming Janus, and so on.8 To Camus, hell is where one has no way of explaining oneself, where one is fixed, classified-once and for all time.) ~ Irvin D Yalom,
1:We are all special cases. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
2:A fate is not a punishment. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
3:Life is the sum of all your choices. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
4:Peace is the only battle worth waging. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
5:How hard, how bitter it is to become a man! ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
6:Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
7:Having money is a way of being free of money. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
8:If the world were clear, art would not exist. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
9:I know of only one duty, and that is to love. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
10:Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee? ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
11:To govern means to pillage, as everyone knows. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
12:Can this be happiness, this terrifying freedom? ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
13:Violence is both unavoidable and unjustifiable. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
14:No cause justifies the deaths of innocent people. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
15:We turn toward God only to obtain the impossible. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
16:At the heart of all beauty lies something inhuman. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
17:You cannot create experience. You must undergo it. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
18:Heroism is accessible. Happiness is more difficult. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
19:There is no fate that cannot be surmounted by scorn. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
20:An intellectual is someone whose mind watches itself. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
21:It is not your paintings I like, it is your painting. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
22:Man is the only animal that refuses to be what he is. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
23:Men must live and create. Live to the point of tears. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
24:Utopia is that which is in contradiction with reality. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
25:We rarely confide in those who are better than we are. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
26:The real passion of the twentieth century is servitude. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
27:We have exiled beauty; the Greeks took up arms for her. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
28:The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
29:Art is the activity that exalts and denies simultaneously. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
30:Where there is no hope, it is incumbent on us to invent it. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
31:A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
32:Do not wait for the Last Judgment. It takes place every day. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
33:Everything considered, a determined soul will always manage. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
34:The opposite of an idealist is too often a man without love. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
35:We call first truths those we discover after all the others. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
36:I hope the dogs don't bark tonight. I always think it's mine. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
37:Friendship often ends in love, but love in friendship - never. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
38:The only real progress lies in learning to be wrong all alone. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
39:Alas, after a certain age every man is responsible for his face. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
40:A taste for truth at any cost is a passion which spares nothing. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
41:Why should it be essential to love rarely in order to love much? ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
42:To be happy, we must not be too concerned with what others think. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
43:All great deeds and all great thoughts have a ridiculous beginning. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
44:I should like to be able to love my country and still love justice. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
45:When the soul suffers too much, it develops a taste for misfortune. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
46:A guilty conscience needs to confess. A work of art is a confession. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
47:One leader, one people, signifies one master and millions of slaves. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
48:Real nobility is based on scorn, courage, and profound indifference. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
49:Artistic creation is a demand for unity and a rejection of the world. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
50:Nothing can discourage the appetite for divinity in the heart of man. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
51:The day when I am no more than a writer I shall cease to be a writer. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
52:Too many have dispensed with generosity in order to practice charity. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
53:Maman used to say that you can always find something to be happy about. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
54:Every revolutionary ends up either by becoming an oppressor or a heretic. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
55:Man is an idea, and a precious small idea once he turns his back on love. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
56:Some people talk in their sleep; lecturers talk while other people sleep. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
57:What is called a reason for living is also an excellent reason for dying. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
58:A punishment that penalizes without forestalling is indeed called revenge. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
59:Since we're all going to die, it's obvious that when and how don't matter. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
60:I don't want to be a genius-I have enough problems just trying to be a man. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
61:In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
62:At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
63:It is normal to give away a little of one's life in order not to lose it all. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
64:The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
65:Only a philosophy of eternity, in the world today, could justify non-violence. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
66:When you have really exhausted an experience you always reverence and love it. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
67:All modern revolutions have ended in a reinforcement of the power of the State. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
68:In order to exist just once in the world, it is necessary never again to exist. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
69:Those who write clearly have readers, those who write obscurely have commentators. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
70:Outside of that single fatality of death, everything, joy or happiness, is liberty. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
71:Happiness implied a choice, and within that choice a concerted will, a lucid desire. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
72:In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
73:What is a rebel? A man who says no: but whose refusal does not imply a renunciation. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
74:Without work, all life goes rotten. But when work is soulless, life stifles and dies. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
75:He who despairs of the human condition is a coward, but he who has hope for it is a fool. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
76:It is always easy to be logical. It is almost impossible to be logical to the bitter end. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
77:Rebellion cannot exist without the feeling that somewhere, in some way, you are justified. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
78:A nihilist is not one who believes in nothing, but one who does not believe in what exists. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
79:God is not needed to create guilt or to punish. Our fellow men suffice, aided by ourselves. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
80:It is a kind of spiritual snobbery that makes people think they can be happy without money. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
81:Man wants to live, but it is useless to hope that this desire will dictate all his actions. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
82:Every great work makes the human face more admirable and richer, and that is its whole secret. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
83:Conscious of not being able to separate myself from my time, I have decided to become part of it. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
84:Every act of rebellion expresses a nostalgia for innocence and an appeal to the essence of being. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
85:Sometimes at night I would sleep open-eyed underneath a sky dripping with stars. I was alive then. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
86:The myth of unlimited production brings war in its train as inevitably as clouds announce a storm. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
87:Martyrs must choose between being forgotten, mocked, or made use of. As for being understood—never! ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
88:The important thing isn't the soundness or otherwise of the argument, but for it to make you think. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
89:No human being, even the most passionately loved and passionately loving, is ever in our possession. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
90:You are forgiven for your happiness and your successes only if you generously consent to share them. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
91:I am not made for politics because I am incapable of wanting or accepting the death of the adversary. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
92:The absurd depends as much on man as on the world. For the moment, it is all that links them together. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
93:Without freedom, no art; art lives only on the restraints it imposes on itself and dies of all others. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
94:Ah, mon cher, for anyone who is alone, without God and without a master, the weight of days is dreadful. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
95:I have never been able to renounce the light, the pleasure of being, and the freedom in which I grew up. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
96:I may not have been sure about what really did interest me, but I was absolutely sure about what didn't. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
97:The role of the intellectual cannot be to excuse the violence of one side and condemn that of the other. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
98:Martyrs, my friend, have to choose between being forgotten, mocked or used. As for being understood - never. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
99:Men are convinced of your arguments, your sincerity, and the seriousness of your efforts only by your death. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
100:There will be no lasting peace either in the heart of individuals or in social customs until death is outlawed. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
101:How can sincerity be a condition of friendship? A taste for truth at any cost is a passion which spares nothing. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
102:We always deceive ourselves twice about the people we love - first to their advantage, then to their disadvantage. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
103:Retaliation is related to nature and instinct, not to law. Law, by definition, cannot obey the same rules as nature. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
104:To abandon oneself to principles is really to die - and to die for an impossible love which is the contrary of love. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
105:A character is never the author who created him. It is quite likely, however, that an author may be all his characters. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
106:Men are never really willing to die except for the sake of freedom: therefore, they do not believe in dying completely. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
107:Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
108:It is necessary to fall in love... if only to provide an alibi for all the random despair you are going to feel anyway. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
109:The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
110:Against eternal injustice, man must assert justice, and to protest against the universe of grief, he must create happiness. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
111:Believe me, there is no such thing as great suffering, great regret, great memory... Everything is forgotten, even great love. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
112:All men have a sweetness in their life. That is what helps them go on. It is towards that they turn when they feel too worn out. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
113:I do not want to found anything on the incomprehensible. I want to know whether I can live with what I know and with that alone. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
114:No matter what cause one defends, it will suffer permanent disgrace if one resorts to blind attacks on crowds of innocent people. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
115:Our civilization survives in the complacency of cowardly or malignant minds - a sacrifice to the vanity of aging adolescents. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
116:Absolute freedom mocks at justice. Absolute justice denies freedom. To be fruitful, the two ideas must find their limits in each other. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
117:For centuries the death penalty, often accompanied by barbarous refinements, has been trying to hold crime in check; yet crime persists. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
118:We used to wonder where war lived, what it was that made it so vile. And now we realize that we know where it lives... inside ourselves. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
119:The absurd does not liberate; it binds. It does not authorize all actions. "Everything is permitted" does not mean that nothing is forbidden. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
120:After all, every murderer when he kills runs the risk of the most dreadful of deaths, whereas those who kill him risk nothing except promotion. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
121:Art, at least, teaches us that man cannot be explained by history alone and that he also finds a reason for his existence in the order of nature. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
122:Those who weep for the happy periods which they encounter in history acknowledge what they want; not the alleviation but the silencing of misery. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
123:If the only significant history of human thought were to be written, it would have to be the history of its successive regrets and its impotences. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
124:I was born poor and without religion, under a happy sky, feeling harmony, not hostility, in nature. I began not by feeling torn, but in plenitude. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
125:Now the only moral value is courage, which is useful here for judging the puppets and chatterboxes who pretend to speak in the name of the people. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
126:I would rather live my life as if there is a God and die to find out there isn't, than live as if there isn't and to die to find out that there is. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
127:Note, besides, that it is no more immoral to directly rob citizens than to slip indirect taxes into the price of goods that they cannot do without. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
128:In every rebellion is to be found the metaphysical demand for unity, the impossibility of capturing it, and the construction of a substitute universe. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
129:The desire for possession is insatiable, to such a point that it can survive even love itself. To love, therefore, is to sterilize the person one loves. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
130:Beauty is unbearable, drives us to despair, offering us for a minute the glimpse of an eternity that we should like to stretch out over the whole of time. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
131:Don't believe your friends when they ask you to be honest with them. All they really want is to be maintained in the good opinion they have of themselves. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
132:Methods of thought which claim to give the lead to our world in the name of revolution have become, in reality, ideologies of consent and not of rebellion. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
133:Mistaken ideas always end in bloodshed, but in every case, it is someone else’s blood. That is why some of our thinkers feel free to say just about anything. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
134:The human heart has a tiresome tendency to label as fate only what crushes it. But happiness likewise, in its way, is without reason, since it is inevitable. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
135:The only really committed artist is he who, without refusing to take part in the combat, at least refuses to join the regular armies and remains a freelance. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
136:In order to exist, man must rebel, but rebellion must respect the limits that it discovers in itself - limits where minds meet, and in meeting, begin to exist. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
137:I don’t know whether this world has a meaning that transcends it. But I know that I cannot know that meaning and that it is impossible for me just now to know it. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
138:Accepting the absurdity of everything around us is one step, a necessary experience: it should not become a dead end. It arouses a revolt that can become fruitful. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
139:We get into the habit of living before acquiring the habit of thinking. In that race which daily hastens us towards death, the body maintains its irreparable lead. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
140:If there is a sin against life, it consists perhaps not so much in despairing of life as in hoping for another life and in eluding the implacable grandeur of this life. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
141:A man's work is nothing but this slow trek to rediscover, through the detours of art, those two or three great and simple images in whose presence his heart first opened. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
142:Every artist preserves deep within him a single source from which, throughout his lifetime, he draws what he is, and what he says. When the source dries up, the work withers and crumbles. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
143:There is no longer a single idea explaining everything, but an infinite number of essences giving a meaning to an infinite number of objects. The world comes to a stop, but also lights up. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
144:We turn our backs on nature; we are ashamed of beauty. Our wretched tragedies have a smell of the office clinging to them, and the blood that trickles from them is the color of printer's ink. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
145:Sometimes it is easier to see clearly into the liar than into the man who tells the truth. Truth, like light, blinds. Falsehood, on the contrary, is a beautiful twilight that enhances every object. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
146:This world in itself is not reasonable, that is all that can be said. But what is absurd is the confrontation of this irrational and the wild longing for clarity whose call echoes in the human heart. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
147:Each generation doubtless feels called upon to reform the world. Mine knows that it will not reform it, but its task is perhaps even greater. It consists in preventing the world from destroying itself. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
148:All systems of morality are based on the idea that an action has consequences that legitimize or cancel it. A mind imbued with the absurd merely judges that those consequences must be considered calmly. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
149:There are some individuals who have too strong a craving, a will, and a nostalgia for happiness ever to reach it. They always retain a bitter and passionate aftertaste, and that's the best they can hope for. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
150:To assert in any case that a man must be absolutely cut off from society because he is absolutely evil amounts to saying that society is absolutely good, and no-one in his right mind will believe this today. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
151:At 30 a man should know himself like the palm of his hand, know the exact number of his defects and qualities, know how far he can go, foretell his failures - be what he is. And, above all, accept these things. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
152:In order to speak about all and to all, one has to speak of what all know and of the reality common to us all. The sea, rains, necessity, desire, the struggle against death... these are things that unite us all. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
153:Man stands face to face with the irrational. He feels within him his longing for happiness and for reason. The absurd is born of this confrontation between the human need and the unreasonable silence of the world. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
154:The world is never quiet, even its silence eternally resounds with the same notes, in vibrations which escape our ears. As for those that we perceive, they carry sounds to us, occasionally a chord, never a melody. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
155:Basically, at the very bottom of life, which seduces us all, there is only absurdity, and more absurdity. And maybe that's what gives us our joy for living, because the only thing that can defeat absurdity is lucidity. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
156:If I think that happiness is possible, I know all too well its hidden nature&
157:A living man can be enslaved and reduced to the historic condition of an object. But if he dies in refusing to be enslaved, he reaffirms the existence of another kind of human nature which refuses to be classified as an object. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
158:Art advances between two chasms, which are frivolity and propaganda. On the ridge where the great artist moves forward, every step is an adventure, an extreme risk. In that risk, however, and only there, lies the freedom of art. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
159:The aim of art, the aim of a life can only be to increase the sum of freedom and responsibility to be found in every man and in the world. It cannot, under any circumstances, be to reduce or suppress that freedom, even temporarily. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
160:The artist forges himself to the others, midway between the beauty he cannot do without and the community he cannot tear himself away from. That is why true artists scorn nothing: they are obliged to understand rather than to judge. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
161:Truth is mysterious, elusive, always to be conquered. Liberty is dangerous, as hard to live with as it is elating. We must march toward these two goals, painfully but resolutely, certain in advance of our failings on so long a road. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
162:The realization that life is absurd and cannot be an end, but only a beginning. This is a truth nearly all great minds have taken as their starting point. It is not this discovery that is interesting, but the consequences and rules of action drawn from it. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
163:Whatever we may do, excess will always keep its place in the heart of man, in the place where solitude is found. We all carry within us our places of exile, our crimes and our ravages. But our task is not to unleash them on the world; it is to fight them in ourselves and in others. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
164:For those of us who have been thrown into hell, mysterious melodies and the torturing images of a vanished beauty will always bring us, in the midst of crime and folly, the echo of that harmonious insurrection which bears witness, throughout the centuries, to the greatness of humanity. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
165:Don't let them tell us stories. Don't let them say of the man sentenced to death "He is going to pay his debt to society," but: "They are going to cut off his head." It looks like nothing. But it does make a little difference. And then there are people who prefer to look their fate in the eye. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
166:Great feelings take with them their own universe, splendid or abject. They light up with their passion an exclusive world in which they recognize their climate. There is a universe of jealousy, of ambition, of selfishness or generosity. A universe — in other words a metaphysic and an attitude of mind. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
167:When you have once seen the glow of happiness on the face of a beloved person, you know that a man can have no vocation but to awaken that light on the faces surrounding him; and you are torn by the thought of the unhappiness and night you cast, by the mere fact of living, in the hearts you encounter. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
168:We must stitch up what has been torn apart, render justice imaginable in the world which is so obviously unjust, make happiness meaningful for nations poisoned by the misery of this century. Naturally, it is a superhuman task. But tasks are called superhuman when men take a long time to complete them, that is all. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
169:There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. All the rest - whether or not the world has three dimensions, whether the mind has nine or twelve categories - comes afterward. These are games; one must first answer. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
170:Who would dare speak the word "happiness" in these tortured times? Yet millions today continue to seek happiness. These years have been for them only a prolonged postponement, at the end of which they hope to find that the possibility for happiness has been renewed. Who could blame them? And who could say that they are wrong? What would justice be without the chance for happiness? What purpose would freedom serve, if we had to live in misery? ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
171:Don't lies eventually lead to the truth? And don't all my stories, true or false, tend toward the same conclusion? Don't they all have the same meaning? So what does it matter whether they are true or false if, in both cases, they are significant of what I have been and what I am? Sometimes it is easier to see clearly into the liar than into the man who tells the truth. Truth, like light, blinds. Falsehood, on the contrary, is a beautiful twilight that enhances every object. ~ albert-camus, @wisdomtrove
172:To be loved by someone is to realize how much they share the same needs that lie at the heart of our own attraction to them. Albert Camus suggested that we fall in love with people because, from the outside, they look so whole, physically whole and emotionally &

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1:La besé, pero mal. ~ Albert Camus,
2:Liberty is dangerous. ~ Albert Camus,
3:Please stop trifling. ~ Albert Camus,
4:No ends, simply means. ~ Albert Camus,
5:vociferating optimism. ~ Albert Camus,
6:Time drips, heavy, slow… ~ Albert Camus,
7:We're all special cases. ~ Albert Camus,
8:Integrity needs no rules. ~ Albert Camus,
9:Kurt insanın yüreğindedir ~ Albert Camus,
10:Tout cela manque de sang. ~ Albert Camus,
11:We are all special cases. ~ Albert Camus,
12:I rebel; therefore I exist ~ Albert Camus,
13:It is immoral not to tell. ~ Albert Camus,
14:Man isn't an idea, Rambert ~ Albert Camus,
15:A fate is not a punishment. ~ Albert Camus,
16:A pure love is a dead love. ~ Albert Camus,
17:I rebel; therefore I exist. ~ Albert Camus,
18:Live to the point of tears. ~ Albert Camus,
19:Natura mă neagă fără mânie. ~ Albert Camus,
20:To create is to live twice. ~ Albert Camus,
21:True artists scorn nothing. ~ Albert Camus,
22:Happiness too is inevitable. ~ Albert Camus,
23:I rebel — therefore we exist ~ Albert Camus,
24:This is the century of fear. ~ Albert Camus,
25:Art does not tolerate reason. ~ Albert Camus,
26:Créer, c'est vivre deux fois. ~ Albert Camus,
27:...luck is not to be coerced. ~ Albert Camus,
28:there are truths but no truth ~ Albert Camus,
29:To-day the truth is a command ~ Albert Camus,
30:A work of art is a confession. ~ Albert Camus,
31:Don't let them tell us stories ~ Albert Camus,
32:Life is the sum of all choices ~ Albert Camus,
33:Murder is terribly exhausting. ~ Albert Camus,
34:The absurd is sin without God. ~ Albert Camus,
35:there are truths but no truth. ~ Albert Camus,
36:To-day the truth is a command. ~ Albert Camus,
37:Don't let them tell us stories. ~ Albert Camus,
38:Integrity has no need of rules. ~ Albert Camus,
39:Men die and they are not happy. ~ Albert Camus,
40:Men die:and they are not happy. ~ Albert Camus,
41:Men die; and they are not happy ~ Albert Camus,
42:Morality, when formal, devours. ~ Albert Camus,
43:The soul of a murderer is blind ~ Albert Camus,
44:Yes, I'm happy, in human terms. ~ Albert Camus,
45:Find your happiness in yourself. ~ Albert Camus,
46:Il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux ~ Albert Camus,
47:Liberty is the right not to lie. ~ Albert Camus,
48:Life is the sum of your choices. ~ Albert Camus,
49:Obstinacy alone is not a virtue. ~ Albert Camus,
50:One must imagine Sisyphus happy. ~ Albert Camus,
51:¿Pero qué es el amor? Poca cosa. ~ Albert Camus,
52:The act of love is a confession. ~ Albert Camus,
53:Vivre, c'est ne pas se résigner. ~ Albert Camus,
54:Without freedom there is no art. ~ Albert Camus,
55:You're never altogether unhappy. ~ Albert Camus,
56:A loveless world is a dead world. ~ Albert Camus,
57:Fate is not in man but around him ~ Albert Camus,
58:With rebellion, awareness is born ~ Albert Camus,
59:In order to exist, man must rebel. ~ Albert Camus,
60:Mon malheur est de tout comprendre ~ Albert Camus,
61:Vivre, c'est faire vivre l'absurde ~ Albert Camus,
62:We all have a weakness for beauty. ~ Albert Camus,
63:We are condemned to live together. ~ Albert Camus,
64:Without work all life goes rotten. ~ Albert Camus,
65:E în regulă. Vom înnebuni cu toții. ~ Albert Camus,
66:la barbarie n'est jamais provisoire ~ Albert Camus,
67:Living is keeping the absurd alive. ~ Albert Camus,
68:Mediocre times beget empty prophets ~ Albert Camus,
69:One cannot be a part-time nihilist. ~ Albert Camus,
70:Sujet : la mort. Délai : une minute ~ Albert Camus,
71:We are all born mad, some remain so ~ Albert Camus,
72:What is a rebel? A man who says no. ~ Albert Camus,
73:Give up the tyranny of female charm. ~ Albert Camus,
74:Mistakes are joyful, truth infernal. ~ Albert Camus,
75:Am fit. Always thinking of you. Love. ~ Albert Camus,
76:Am well. Thinking of you always. Love ~ Albert Camus,
77:Ma patrie, c'est la langue française. ~ Albert Camus,
78:My heart talks about nothing but you. ~ Albert Camus,
79:On est jamais tout à fait malheureux. ~ Albert Camus,
80:Stupidity always carries doggedly on. ~ Albert Camus,
81:Suffering gives us no special rights. ~ Albert Camus,
82:The truth, as the light, makes blind. ~ Albert Camus,
83:Those who write clearly have readers. ~ Albert Camus,
84:What is a rebel? The one who says No. ~ Albert Camus,
85:a small room that smelled of darkness. ~ Albert Camus,
86:Peace is the only battle worth waging. ~ Albert Camus,
87:Why must one love rarely to love well? ~ Albert Camus,
88:Idleness is fatal only to the mediocre. ~ Albert Camus,
89:I meet with my soulmate but she didn't. ~ Albert Camus,
90:It is better to burn than to disappear. ~ Albert Camus,
91:Life is the result of all your choices. ~ Albert Camus,
92:The absurd does not liberate; it binds. ~ Albert Camus,
93:Es más fácil matar a quién no se conoce. ~ Albert Camus,
94:Everybody knows life isn't worth living. ~ Albert Camus,
95:Everything is true, and nothing is true! ~ Albert Camus,
96:Existence is illusory and it is eternal. ~ Albert Camus,
97:Hiç kimse zevklerinde ikiyüzlü değildir. ~ Albert Camus,
98:Kendini öldürmek, içindekini söylemektir ~ Albert Camus,
99:Le suicide est une solution à l'absurde. ~ Albert Camus,
100:One grows out of pity when it's useless. ~ Albert Camus,
101:One must imagine that Sisyphus is happy. ~ Albert Camus,
102:We have art in order not to die of life. ~ Albert Camus,
103:A crown of kisses to the queen of dreams. ~ Albert Camus,
104:A life, whose purpose is money, is death. ~ Albert Camus,
105:But memory is less disposed to compromise ~ Albert Camus,
106:...everthing is true and nothing is true! ~ Albert Camus,
107:Here lives a free man. Nobody serves him. ~ Albert Camus,
108:It is easier to kill what we do not know. ~ Albert Camus,
109:L’asile est à deux kilomètres du village. ~ Albert Camus,
110:Les idées sont le contraire de la pensée. ~ Albert Camus,
111:O censor é a propaganda do que proscreve. ~ Albert Camus,
112:On certain mornings, as we turn a corner, ~ Albert Camus,
113:So,' said Cornery, 'we never know anyone. ~ Albert Camus,
114:Stupidity has a knack of getting its way. ~ Albert Camus,
115:Stupidity has a knack of getting its way; ~ Albert Camus,
116:We are not certain, we are never certain. ~ Albert Camus,
117:We're going forward, but nothing changes. ~ Albert Camus,
118:Déclarez l'état de peste. Fermez la ville. ~ Albert Camus,
119:El amor que me tienen no me obliga a nada. ~ Albert Camus,
120:For ever, I shall be a stranger to myself. ~ Albert Camus,
121:For the existentials negation is their God ~ Albert Camus,
122:Freedom is the right to never have to lie. ~ Albert Camus,
123:In the long run one gets used to anything. ~ Albert Camus,
124:It may be shameful to be happy by oneself. ~ Albert Camus,
125:Knowing we all gonna die makes life a joke ~ Albert Camus,
126:Life should be lived to the point of tears ~ Albert Camus,
127:Poverty is a fortress without drawbridges. ~ Albert Camus,
128:Sade médite l'attentat contre la création: ~ Albert Camus,
129:Stupidity has a knack for getting its way. ~ Albert Camus,
130:That's all for today, Monsieur Antichrist. ~ Albert Camus,
131:There is no shame in preferring happiness. ~ Albert Camus,
132:Uostalom, čovjek je
uvijek pomalo kriv. ~ Albert Camus,
133:Where there is no hope, we must invent it. ~ Albert Camus,
134:Çabalamaya değmez demektir kendini öldürmek ~ Albert Camus,
135:Et quand on a perdu, il faut toujours payer ~ Albert Camus,
136:Every rebellion implies some kind of unity. ~ Albert Camus,
137:Everything is true and yet nothing is true! ~ Albert Camus,
138:Finally, and most of all, words failed him. ~ Albert Camus,
139:Ningún hombre es hipócrita en sus placeres. ~ Albert Camus,
140:To know oneself, one should assert oneself. ~ Albert Camus,
141:Um homem é sempre a presa de suas verdades. ~ Albert Camus,
142:When the body is sad, the heart languishes. ~ Albert Camus,
143:Yes, be patient with me. My heart is heavy. ~ Albert Camus,
144:After awhile you could get used to anything. ~ Albert Camus,
145:A true masterpiece does not tell everything. ~ Albert Camus,
146:But everybody knows life isn't worth living. ~ Albert Camus,
147:Doğru olanı aramak isteneni aramak değildir. ~ Albert Camus,
148:Having money is a way of being free of money ~ Albert Camus,
149:When there is no hope, one must invent hope. ~ Albert Camus,
150:You can't create experience, you undergo it. ~ Albert Camus,
151:after a while you could get used to anything. ~ Albert Camus,
152:Bugün annem öldü veya dün tam hatırlamıyorum. ~ Albert Camus,
153:Etre privé d'espoir, ce n'est pas désespérer. ~ Albert Camus,
154:Even if the mind were not, its laws would be! ~ Albert Camus,
155:Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better. ~ Albert Camus,
156:Having money is a way of being free of money. ~ Albert Camus,
157:If the world were clear, art would not exist. ~ Albert Camus,
158:I know of only one duty, and that is to love. ~ Albert Camus,
159:İnanmış kişi" başarısızlığında yengiyi bulur. ~ Albert Camus,
160:Ironic philosophies produce passionate works. ~ Albert Camus,
161:La vie ne vaut rien, mais rien vaut la vie... ~ Albert Camus,
162:Les lois sanglantes ensanglantent les mœurs . ~ Albert Camus,
163:The absurd is lucid reason noting its limits. ~ Albert Camus,
164:There are accidents that last the whole life. ~ Albert Camus,
165:There is something divine in mindless beauty. ~ Albert Camus,
166:Uvijek se preuveličava ono što se ne poznaje. ~ Albert Camus,
167:All I know of morality I learned from football ~ Albert Camus,
168:Any authentic creation is a gift to the future ~ Albert Camus,
169:as long as you are alive your case is doubtful ~ Albert Camus,
170:Gouverner, c'est voler. Tout le monde sait ça. ~ Albert Camus,
171:Maybe Christ died for somebody but not for me. ~ Albert Camus,
172:Poichè nulla viene provato, tutto può esserlo. ~ Albert Camus,
173:Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee? ~ Albert Camus,
174:To govern means to pillage, as everyone knows. ~ Albert Camus,
175:toute société a les criminels qu'elle désire . ~ Albert Camus,
176:Yes, plague, like abstraction, was monotonous; ~ Albert Camus,
177:Art and revolt will die only with the last man. ~ Albert Camus,
178:De todos modos, uno es siempre un poco culpable ~ Albert Camus,
179:Every ideology is contrary to human psychology. ~ Albert Camus,
180:Happiness and absurd are the sons of same earth ~ Albert Camus,
181:It is forbidden to spit on cats in plague-time. ~ Albert Camus,
182:Je ne sais plus si je vis ou si je me souviens. ~ Albert Camus,
183:La révolte fait le procès de la liberté totale. ~ Albert Camus,
184:Love is injustice, but justice doesn't suffice. ~ Albert Camus,
185:Poverty is a state whose feature is generosity. ~ Albert Camus,
186:The act of love, for instance, is a confession. ~ Albert Camus,
187:The innocent is the person who explains nothing ~ Albert Camus,
188:There is scarcely any passion without struggle. ~ Albert Camus,
189:Une vie où je pourrais me souvenir de celle-ci. ~ Albert Camus,
190:Violence is both unavoidable and unjustifiable. ~ Albert Camus,
191:Commencer à penser, c'est commencer d'être miné. ~ Albert Camus,
192:[E]verything contributes to spreading confusion. ~ Albert Camus,
193:I do not believe in God and I am not an atheist. ~ Albert Camus,
194:Si le monde était clair, l’art n'existerait pas. ~ Albert Camus,
195:There is always a philosophy for lack of courage ~ Albert Camus,
196:There is do much sttuborn hope in a human heart. ~ Albert Camus,
197:There is so much sttuborn hope in a human heart. ~ Albert Camus,
198:To stay or to go, it amounted to the same thing. ~ Albert Camus,
199:We moeten ons Sisyphus voorstellen als gelukkig. ~ Albert Camus,
200:Women are all we know of paradise on this earth. ~ Albert Camus,
201:All healthy men have thought of their own suicide ~ Albert Camus,
202:Apsipratimas su neviltim blogiau už pačią neviltį ~ Albert Camus,
203:Beginning to think is beginning to be undermined. ~ Albert Camus,
204:But above all, in order to be, never try to seem. ~ Albert Camus,
205:Culture: the cry of men in face of their destiny. ~ Albert Camus,
206:How hard it is, how bitter it is to become a man! ~ Albert Camus,
207:I know myself too well to believe in pure virtue. ~ Albert Camus,
208:Il n'y a que l'amour qui nous rende à nous-mêmes. ~ Albert Camus,
209:İnsan her şeyi kaybetmeli ki, her şeyi alabilsin. ~ Albert Camus,
210:It is easier to cut off heads than to have ideas. ~ Albert Camus,
211:It's better to bet on this life than on the next. ~ Albert Camus,
212:Je réclame l'indépendance dans l'interdépendance. ~ Albert Camus,
213:No cause justifies the deaths of innocent people. ~ Albert Camus,
214:Psychology is action, not thinking about oneself. ~ Albert Camus,
215:Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee?
   ~ Albert Camus,
216:Si juzgo que una cosa es cierta debo preservarla. ~ Albert Camus,
217:The need to be right - the sign of a vulgar mind. ~ Albert Camus,
218:There is always a philosophy for lack of courage. ~ Albert Camus,
219:There is no frontier between being and appearing. ~ Albert Camus,
220:There is no love of life without despair of life. ~ Albert Camus,
221:Well, Mr. Antichrist, that’s all for the present! ~ Albert Camus,
222:We turn toward God only to obtain the impossible. ~ Albert Camus,
223:Words that come from the heart are always simple. ~ Albert Camus,
224:Youth is above all a collection of possibilities. ~ Albert Camus,
225:...Any authentic creation is a gift to the future. ~ Albert Camus,
226:At the heart of all beauty lies something inhuman. ~ Albert Camus,
227:Freedom is nothing else but a chance to be better. ~ Albert Camus,
228:It's not your pictures I like; it's your painting. ~ Albert Camus,
229:Le monde est beau, et hors de lui, point de salut. ~ Albert Camus,
230:Les doutes, c'est ce que nous avons de plus intime ~ Albert Camus,
231:Nous finissons par avoir le visage de nos vérités. ~ Albert Camus,
232:Piuttosto morire in piedi che vivere in ginocchio. ~ Albert Camus,
233:Style, like poplin, all too often conceals eczema. ~ Albert Camus,
234:The absurd does not liberate; it binds. —ALBERT CAMUS ~ Anonymous,
235:The need to be right is the sign of a vulgar mind. ~ Albert Camus,
236:There is so much stubborn hope in the human heart. ~ Albert Camus,
237:To grow old is to move from passion to compassion. ~ Albert Camus,
238:To grow old is to pass from passion to compassion. ~ Albert Camus,
239:You cannot create experience. You must undergo it. ~ Albert Camus,
240:Aimer un être, c'est accepter de vieillir avec lui. ~ Albert Camus,
241:But crushing truths perish from being acknowledged. ~ Albert Camus,
242:Every excess decreases vitality and thus suffering. ~ Albert Camus,
243:Fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth. ~ Albert Camus,
244:Great ideas come into the world as gently as doves. ~ Albert Camus,
245:Heroism is accessible. Happiness is more difficult. ~ Albert Camus,
246:I know simply that the sky will last longer than I. ~ Albert Camus,
247:La pensée d'un homme est avant tout sa nostalgie... ~ Albert Camus,
248:Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don't know. ~ Albert Camus,
249:No rīta viņi atkal atgriezās postā, tas ir, rutīnā. ~ Albert Camus,
250:To create is likewise to give a shape to one's fate ~ Albert Camus,
251:but perhaps we should love what we cannot understand ~ Albert Camus,
252:Cuando el cuerpo está triste, el corazón languidece. ~ Albert Camus,
253:Gândirea unui om este,înainte de orice nostalgia sa. ~ Albert Camus,
254:History only exists, in the final analysis, for God. ~ Albert Camus,
255:I was absent at the moment I took up the most space. ~ Albert Camus,
256:Joutilaisuus on kohtalokasta vain keskinkertaisille. ~ Albert Camus,
257:Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday, I don't know. ~ Albert Camus,
258:Öyle görünmek, öyle olmayı ne ölçüde gerçekleştirir. ~ Albert Camus,
259:Solitude must be accepted with all its difficulties. ~ Albert Camus,
260:The absurd does not liberate; it binds. —ALBERT CAMUS ~ Donna Tartt,
261:The need to be right - the sign of a vulgar mind.
   ~ Albert Camus,
262:There is no fate that cannot be surmounted by scorn. ~ Albert Camus,
263:There is only one class of men, the privileged class ~ Albert Camus,
264:what doesn't kill you make you stronger and stronger ~ Albert Camus,
265:Absurdul e rațiunea lucidă care-și constată limitele. ~ Albert Camus,
266:An intellectual is someone whose mind watches itself. ~ Albert Camus,
267:An intellectual is someone who's mind watches itself. ~ Albert Camus,
268:Cuando no se tiene carácter hay que seguir un método. ~ Albert Camus,
269:Empires and churches are born under the sun of death. ~ Albert Camus,
270:Have pity, Lord, on those who love and are separated. ~ Albert Camus,
271:It is not your paintings I like, it is your painting. ~ Albert Camus,
272:Keyfinin kralı olmak, koca hayvanların ayrıcalığıdır. ~ Albert Camus,
273:Men cry because things are not what they ought to be. ~ Albert Camus,
274:Men must live and create. Live to the point of tears. ~ Albert Camus,
275:Some are created to love, while the others - to live. ~ Albert Camus,
276:Still, obviously, one can't be sensible all the time. ~ Albert Camus,
277:That’s why I like you so much. Your heart isn’t dead. ~ Albert Camus,
278:...the habit of despair is worse than despair itself. ~ Albert Camus,
279:The harshest winter finds an invincible summer in us. ~ Albert Camus,
280:There is no fate which cannot be surmounted by scorn. ~ Albert Camus,
281:There is not love of life without despair about life. ~ Albert Camus,
282:There is only one class of men, the privileged class. ~ Albert Camus,
283:To feel absolutely right is the beginning of the end. ~ Albert Camus,
284:Tout le monde ment. Bien mentir, voilà ce qu'il faut. ~ Albert Camus,
285:A man with who one cannot reason is a man to be feared ~ Albert Camus,
286:Anyway, it hardly mattered; I already felt worlds away ~ Albert Camus,
287:Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. ~ Albert Camus,
288:Do not wait for the last judgment. It comes every day. ~ Albert Camus,
289:En una vida con la que sin embargo no sabía qué hacer. ~ Albert Camus,
290:I’d been right, I was still right, I was always right. ~ Albert Camus,
291:Je demande aux être plus qu'ils ne peuvent m'apporter. ~ Albert Camus,
292:La vida debe ser vivida hasta el punto de las lágrimas ~ Albert Camus,
293:Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is. ~ Albert Camus,
294:Nothing is more despicable than respect based on fear. ~ Albert Camus,
295:Rebellion cannot exist without a strange form of love. ~ Albert Camus,
296:Rule: Start by looking for what is valid in every man. ~ Albert Camus,
297:Seeking what is true is not seeking what is desirable. ~ Albert Camus,
298:The loves we share with a city are often secret loves. ~ Albert Camus,
299:the ridiculous impression of being “one of the family. ~ Albert Camus,
300:To be famous, in fact, one has to kill one's landlady. ~ Albert Camus,
301:To be happy, we must not be too concerned with others. ~ Albert Camus,
302:To stay, or to make a move — it came to much the same. ~ Albert Camus,
303:Utopia is that which is in contradiction with reality. ~ Albert Camus,
304:We rarely confide in those who are better than we are. ~ Albert Camus,
305:When a conscious being appeared, the world went blank. ~ Albert Camus,
306:But everyone knows that life isn't really worth living. ~ Albert Camus,
307:Capital punishment is the most premeditated of murders. ~ Albert Camus,
308:Don't wait for the Last Judgment. It happens every day. ~ Albert Camus,
309:El mundo no puede ofrecer ya nada al hombre angustiado. ~ Albert Camus,
310:El mundo no puede ya ofrecer nada al hombre angustiado. ~ Albert Camus,
311:Every action today leads to murder, direct or indirect. ~ Albert Camus,
312:If it were sufficent to love, things would be too easy. ~ Albert Camus,
313:Il n'est pas de destin qui ne se surmonte par le mépris ~ Albert Camus,
314:I’ve seen a lot of beautiful things with a heavy heart. ~ Albert Camus,
315:Je ne connais qu'un seul devoir et c'est celui d'aimer. ~ Albert Camus,
316:Man is the only creature that refuses to be what he is. ~ Albert Camus,
317:Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday; I can't be sure. ~ Albert Camus,
318:Mother died today, or maybe yesterday. I can't be sure. ~ Albert Camus,
319:The real passion of the twentieth century is servitude. ~ Albert Camus,
320:There are more things to admire in men than to despise. ~ Albert Camus,
321:There are more things to admire in men then to despise. ~ Albert Camus,
322:The welfare of humanity is always the alibi of tyrants. ~ Albert Camus,
323:The world is what it is, which is to say, nothing much. ~ Albert Camus,
324:Women naturally prefer their ideas to their sensations. ~ Albert Camus,
325:Dans ce vaste pays qu’il avait tant aimé, il était seul. ~ Albert Camus,
326:Happiness is often only a pity for one's own misfortune. ~ Albert Camus,
327:I had the whole sky in my eyes and it was blue and gold. ~ Albert Camus,
328:In this vast country that he had so loved, he was alone. ~ Albert Camus,
329:I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world. ~ Albert Camus,
330:On good days, if you trust life, life has to answer you. ~ Albert Camus,
331:Start by looking for what is valid in every human being. ~ Albert Camus,
332:That must be wonderful; I have no idea of what it means. ~ Albert Camus,
333:The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth. ~ Albert Camus,
334:There is more in Man to admire than there is to despise. ~ Albert Camus,
335:without betraying any difference from the rest of us. In ~ Albert Camus,
336:Biraz güç benimser yürekler için hiçbir şeye izin yoktur. ~ Albert Camus,
337:But what does it mean, the plague? It's life, that's all. ~ Albert Camus,
338:...como un rey destronado, iba errante por los caminos... ~ Albert Camus,
339:Es que nunca tengo gran cosa que decir. Entonces me callo ~ Albert Camus,
340:For people like me, the face just says that we die alone. ~ Albert Camus,
341:I am alive again, now that I can no longer stand to live. ~ Albert Camus,
342:I like the night and the sky better than the gods of men. ~ Albert Camus,
343:Independence is earned by a few words of cheap confidence ~ Albert Camus,
344:İnsan ne kadar çok severse, uyumsuz o ölçüde sağlamlaşır. ~ Albert Camus,
345:No esperes por el juicio final. Se lleva a cabo cada día. ~ Albert Camus,
346:Pour être connu, il suffit en somme de tuer sa concierge. ~ Albert Camus,
347:Pourquoi faudrait-il aimer rarement pour aimer beaucoup ? ~ Albert Camus,
348:Style, like sheer silk underwear, sometimes hides eczema. ~ Albert Camus,
349:The anachronism is the worst thing to use at the theatre. ~ Albert Camus,
350:There are people who prefer to look their fate in the eye ~ Albert Camus,
351:Thoughts of suicide have got me through many a bad night. ~ Albert Camus,
352:To say that life is absurd, the conscience must be alive. ~ Albert Camus,
353:We must live and let live in order to create what we are. ~ Albert Camus,
354:Am I happy or unhappy? It’s not a very important question. ~ Albert Camus,
355:But this time is ours, and we cannot live hating ourselves ~ Albert Camus,
356:Don't wait for the Last Judgment--it takes place every day ~ Albert Camus,
357:Fancy language, like poplin, too often conceals an eczema. ~ Albert Camus,
358:Happiness is generous. It does not subsist on destruction. ~ Albert Camus,
359:He who, without negating it, does nothing for the eternal. ~ Albert Camus,
360:I feel more fellowship with the defeated than with saints. ~ Albert Camus,
361:If something is going to happen to me, I want to be there. ~ Albert Camus,
362:I have never seen anyone die for the ontological argument. ~ Albert Camus,
363:Le besoin d'avoir raison est une marque d'esprit vulgaire. ~ Albert Camus,
364:L'habitude du desepoir est pire que le desespoir lui-meme. ~ Albert Camus,
365:Quand l'imagination dort, les mots se vident de leur sens. ~ Albert Camus,
366:Şimdi ya da yirmi yıl sonra olsun, ölecek olan hep bendim. ~ Albert Camus,
367:Their guilt made me eloquent because I was not its victim. ~ Albert Camus,
368:The most destitute men often end up by accepting illusion. ~ Albert Camus,
369:Uno se forma siempre ideas exageradas de lo que no conoce. ~ Albert Camus,
370:Forever I shall be a stranger to myself. —Albert Camus ~ Anil Ananthaswamy,
371:Generally, I like all islands. There, it is easier to rule. ~ Albert Camus,
372:It's common knowledge that life isn't worth living, anyhow. ~ Albert Camus,
373:Le bien-être de l'humanité est toujours l'alibi des tyrans. ~ Albert Camus,
374:O sono dos homens é mais sagrado que a vida dos empestados. ~ Albert Camus,
375:Rien, rien n'avait d'importance et je savais bien pourquoi. ~ Albert Camus,
376:To be famous, in fact, one has only to kill one's landlady. ~ Albert Camus,
377:Where there is no hope, it is incumbent on us to invent it. ~ Albert Camus,
378:A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world. ~ Albert Camus,
379:A novel is never anything, but a philosophy put into images. ~ Albert Camus,
380:Compter la vie pour rien, quand on tient l'argent pour tout. ~ Albert Camus,
381:Do not wait for the Last Judgment. It takes place every day. ~ Albert Camus,
382:Don't wait for the last judgment - it takes place every day. ~ Albert Camus,
383:Every authentic work of art is a gift offered to the future. ~ Albert Camus,
384:Everything considered, a determined soul will always manage. ~ Albert Camus,
385:I hope the dogs don't bark tonight. I always think it's mine ~ Albert Camus,
386:In Holland, everyone is an expert in painting and in tulips. ~ Albert Camus,
387:Is one to die voluntarily or to hope in spite of everything? ~ Albert Camus,
388:le plus haut des tourments humains est d'être jugé sans loi. ~ Albert Camus,
389:life is a story and god is author.life is absurd.I think so. ~ Albert Camus,
390:Lo importante no es curarse sino vivir con sus enfermedades. ~ Albert Camus,
391:<...> kartais žmogus kenčia ilgai, kol suvokia kenčiąs ~ Albert Camus,
392:Men who have greatness within them don't go in for politics. ~ Albert Camus,
393:My moral code is no more or less than my likes and dislikes. ~ Albert Camus,
394:Myths are made for the imagination to breath life into them. ~ Albert Camus,
395:Nes meilei reikia rytojaus, o mūsų žinioj buvo tik akimirkos ~ Albert Camus,
396:– Non, dit-il. Pour devenir un saint, il faut vivre. Luttez. ~ Albert Camus,
397:People hasten to judge in order not to be judged themselves. ~ Albert Camus,
398:The last pages of a book are already contained in the first. ~ Albert Camus,
399:The opposite of an idealist is too often a man without love. ~ Albert Camus,
400:The real 19th century prophet was Dostoevsky, not Karl Marx. ~ Albert Camus,
401:There is nothing more despicable than respect based on fear. ~ Albert Camus,
402:The struggle to the top alone will make a human heart SWELL. ~ Albert Camus,
403:Uyumsuz bu bedenin ruhunun kendisini alabildiğine aşmasıdır. ~ Albert Camus,
404:We call first truths those we discover after all the others. ~ Albert Camus,
405:We have to live and let live in order to create what we are. ~ Albert Camus,
406:W ludziach więcej rzeczy zasługuje na podziw niż na pogardę. ~ Albert Camus,
407:Always go too far, because that's where you'll find the truth ~ Albert Camus,
408:But the heart has its own memory and I have forgotten nothing ~ Albert Camus,
409:Everything I know of morality, I learned on the soccer field. ~ Albert Camus,
410:He adoptado el rostro estúpido e incomprensible de los dioses ~ Albert Camus,
411:I have not stopped loving that which is sacred in this world. ~ Albert Camus,
412:Isn't that what Eden was, my dear sir: a direct line to life? ~ Albert Camus,
413:I want to know if I can live with what I know, and only than. ~ Albert Camus,
414:Myths are made for the imagination to breathe life into them. ~ Albert Camus,
415:Oamenii se grăbesc să judece spre a nu fi ei înşişi judecaţi. ~ Albert Camus,
416:One always has exaggerated ideas about what one doesn't know. ~ Albert Camus,
417:sucede a veces que se sufre durante mucho tiempo sin saberlo. ~ Albert Camus,
418:The absurd has meaning only in so far as it is not agreed to. ~ Albert Camus,
419:There are causes worth dying for, but none worth killing for. ~ Albert Camus,
420:The temptation shared by all forms of intelligence: cynicism. ~ Albert Camus,
421:The world is beautiful, and outside it there is no salvation. ~ Albert Camus,
422:Today we are always as ready to judge as we are to fornicate. ~ Albert Camus,
423:Truth is not a virtue, but a passion. It is never charitable. ~ Albert Camus,
424:When millions of people are starving, everyone is implicated. ~ Albert Camus,
425:Yes, everything is simple. It's people who complicate things. ~ Albert Camus,
426:Au milieu de l'hiver, j'ai découvert en moi un invincible été. ~ Albert Camus,
427:But the heart has its own memory and I have forgotten nothing. ~ Albert Camus,
428:C'est que je n'ai jamais grand chose à dire. Alors je me tais. ~ Albert Camus,
429:En no ser amado sólo hay mala suerte: en no amar hay desgracia ~ Albert Camus,
430:Healthy people have a natural skill of avoiding feverish eyes. ~ Albert Camus,
431:I lived with the only continuity, day to day, of the me-me-me. ~ Albert Camus,
432:Îţi faci întotdeauna idei exagerate despre ceea ce nu cunoşti. ~ Albert Camus,
433:Life should be lived to the point of tears.” —Albert Camus ~ Georgia Le Carre,
434:Nos hacemos siempre una idea exagerada de lo que no conocemos. ~ Albert Camus,
435:Officialdom can never cope with something really catastrophic. ~ Albert Camus,
436:The only real progress lies in learning to be wrong all alone. ~ Albert Camus,
437:To live is in itself a value judgment. To breathe is to judge. ~ Albert Camus,
438:Wandering seemed no more than the happiness of an anxious man. ~ Albert Camus,
439:You have to be very rich or very poor to live without a trade. ~ Albert Camus,
440:a taste for truth at any cost is a passion which spares nothing ~ Albert Camus,
441:Ce n'est pas qu'on soit mauvais homme, mais on perd la lumière. ~ Albert Camus,
442:El mundo solo dice siempre una cosa, e interesa, después cansa. ~ Albert Camus,
443:I laid my heart open to the benign indifference of the universe ~ Albert Camus,
444:My chief occupation, despite appearances, has always been love. ~ Albert Camus,
445:Nothing in life is worth, turning your back on, if you love it. ~ Albert Camus,
446:Pero a veces se necesita más valor para vivir que para matarse. ~ Albert Camus,
447:There may be responsible persons, but there are no guilty ones. ~ Albert Camus,
448:Truth and freedom, having few lovers, are demanding mistresses. ~ Albert Camus,
449:- Úgy is van - válaszolta -, most mindnyájan egyformák vagyunk. ~ Albert Camus,
450:You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life. ~ Albert Camus,
451:Acolo unde domneşte luciditatea, scara valorilor devine inutilă. ~ Albert Camus,
452:Alas, after a certain age every man is responsible for his face. ~ Albert Camus,
453:As in all religions, man is freed of the weight of his own life. ~ Albert Camus,
454:A taste for truth at any cost is a passion which spares nothing. ~ Albert Camus,
455:Aujourd'hui, maman est morte. Ou peut-etre heir, je ne sais pas. ~ Albert Camus,
456:Aujourd'hui, maman est morte. Ou peut-être hier, je ne sais pas. ~ Albert Camus,
457:beaucoup de ces honnêtes gens sont des criminels qui s’ignorent. ~ Albert Camus,
458:Celladın korkunç olması, insan yaşamının değerli olması demekti. ~ Albert Camus,
459:Ce n'est pas de mourir qui m'effraie mais de vivre dans la mort. ~ Albert Camus,
460:En el hombre hay más cosas dignas de admiración que de desprecio ~ Albert Camus,
461:For their heroism was that they had to conquer themselves first. ~ Albert Camus,
462:Greatness consists in trying to be great. There is no other way. ~ Albert Camus,
463:I don't want to represent man as he is, but only as he might be. ~ Albert Camus,
464:La separación siempre es algo para quienes se quieren de verdad. ~ Albert Camus,
465:L'homme diminue la force de l'homme. Le monde la laisse intacte. ~ Albert Camus,
466:The future is the only transcendental value for men without God. ~ Albert Camus,
467:There is a terrible emptiness in me, an indifference that hurts. ~ Albert Camus,
468:There is but one true philosophical problem and that is suicide. ~ Albert Camus,
469:True debauchery is liberating because it creates no obligations. ~ Albert Camus,
470:Whatever prevents you from doing your work has become your work. ~ Albert Camus,
471:Why should it be essential to love rarely in order to love much? ~ Albert Camus,
472:Abstract evidence retreats before the poetry of forms and colors. ~ Albert Camus,
473:Absurd- that is the light mind that establishes its own borders. ~ Albert Camus,
474:Ahimè, dopo una certa età ognuno è responsabile della sua faccia. ~ Albert Camus,
475:às vezes, é preciso mais coragem para viver do que para se matar. ~ Albert Camus,
476:Blessed are the hearts that can bend; they shall never be broken. ~ Albert Camus,
477:Chaque génération, sans doute, se croit vouée à refaire le monde. ~ Albert Camus,
478:Charm is getting the answer yes without asking a clear question. ~ Albert Camus,
479:Deepest thoughts and major works eventually become insignificant. ~ Albert Camus,
480:el hábito de la desesperación es peor que la desesperación misma. ~ Albert Camus,
481:I believe in justice, but I will defend my mother before justice. ~ Albert Camus,
482:Il choisirait de tout croire pour ne pas être réduit à tout nier. ~ Albert Camus,
483:Life is a sum of all your choices". So, what are you doing today? ~ Albert Camus,
484:Life is crammed with events that encourage us to want to get old. ~ Albert Camus,
485:Lo único que me interesa - le dije- es encontrar la paz interior. ~ Albert Camus,
486:No matter how the sun shone, the sea held forth no more promises. ~ Albert Camus,
487:Para luchar contra la abstracción es preciso parecérsele un poco. ~ Albert Camus,
488:Quand l'âme souffre trop, elle développe un goût pour le malheur. ~ Albert Camus,
489:Quando não se tem caráter, é preciso mesmo valer-se de um método. ~ Albert Camus,
490:Secret de mon univers: imaginer Dieu sans l'immortalité de l'âme. ~ Albert Camus,
491:The society based on production is only productive, not creative. ~ Albert Camus,
492:Để hiểu được thế giới, đôi khi người ta phải quay lưng lại với nó. ~ Albert Camus,
493:I never truly believed that human business was some serious thing. ~ Albert Camus,
494:L'automne est un deuxième ressort où chaque feuille est une fleur. ~ Albert Camus,
495:le mal qui est dans le monde vient presque toujours de l'ignorance ~ Albert Camus,
496:Liberty is dangerous, as hard to get along with as it is exciting. ~ Albert Camus,
497:Son yargı için kıyamet gününü beklemeyin. Kıyamet her gün kopuyor. ~ Albert Camus,
498:There is no more futile punishment than futile and hopeless labor. ~ Albert Camus,
499:We don’t have time to be ourselves. We only have time to be happy. ~ Albert Camus,
500:Absolute freedom mocks at justice. Absolute justice denies freedom. ~ Albert Camus,
501:All great deeds and all great thoughts have a ridiculous beginning. ~ Albert Camus,
502:But in the end one needs more courage to live than to kill himself. ~ Albert Camus,
503:But sometimes it takes more courage to live than to shoot yourself. ~ Albert Camus,
504:Comfortable optimism surely seems like a bad joke in today's world. ~ Albert Camus,
505:hay en los hombres más cosas dignas de admiración que de desprecio. ~ Albert Camus,
506:He had opened his heart to the sublime indifference of the universe ~ Albert Camus,
507:I earned my living by carrying on a dialogue with people I scorned. ~ Albert Camus,
508:I had only a little time left and I didn't want to waste it on God. ~ Albert Camus,
509:I longed to be forgotten in order to be able to complain to myself. ~ Albert Camus,
510:Întotdeauna preferăm nu omul, ci ideea pe care ne-o facem despre el ~ Albert Camus,
511:I should like to be able to love my country and still love justice. ~ Albert Camus,
512:I wasn't to have any say and my fate was to be decided out of hand. ~ Albert Camus,
513:L'histoire montre ... que moins on lit et plus on achète de livres. ~ Albert Camus,
514:Nothing in the world is worth turning one's back on what one loves. ~ Albert Camus,
515:One never changed his way of life; one life was as good as another. ~ Albert Camus,
516:The great courage is to stare as squarely at the light as at death. ~ Albert Camus,
517:There are very few large and many poor feelings in everyone's life. ~ Albert Camus,
518:Un calore di vita e un'immagine di morte, era questa la conoscenza. ~ Albert Camus,
519:When the soul suffers too much, it develops a taste for misfortune. ~ Albert Camus,
520:A guilty conscience needs to confess. A work of art is a confession. ~ Albert Camus,
521:An achievement is a bondage. It obliges one to a higher achievement. ~ Albert Camus,
522:Death will be my supreme protest against a world of tears and blood. ~ Albert Camus,
523:Đó là một nhân vật đang lớn lên" - Taru nhận định tổng quát về Cotta ~ Albert Camus,
524:Estar triste no es aburrirse. Yo estoy triste, pero me la paso bien. ~ Albert Camus,
525:If one could only say just once: 'this is clear', all would be saved ~ Albert Camus,
526:If we understood the enigmas of life there would be no need for art. ~ Albert Camus,
527:I’m not happy to go, but one needn’t be happy to make another start. ~ Albert Camus,
528:Intelligence in chains loses in lucidity what it gains in intensity. ~ Albert Camus,
529:je m’ouvrais pour la première fois à la tendre indifférence du monde ~ Albert Camus,
530:le jour, deja tout plein de soleil, m'a frappe comme une gifle. (52) ~ Albert Camus,
531:One leader, one people, signifies one master and millions of slaves. ~ Albert Camus,
532:Real generosity toward the future lies in giving all to the present. ~ Albert Camus,
533:Savoir si l'on peut vivre sans appel, c'est tout ce qui m'intéresse. ~ Albert Camus,
534:Sintió entonces de que modo la felicidad está cerca de las lágrimas. ~ Albert Camus,
535:The best revenge you can have on intellectuals is to be madly happy. ~ Albert Camus,
536:A man who has become conscious of the absurd is for ever bound to it. ~ Albert Camus,
537:And it was like knocking four quick times on the door of unhappiness. ~ Albert Camus,
538:Any fulfillment is a bondage. It obliges one to a higher fulfillment. ~ Albert Camus,
539:Artistic creation is a demand for unity and a rejection of the world. ~ Albert Camus,
540:Become so very free that your whole existence is an act of rebellion. ~ Albert Camus,
541:But, in certain cases, carrying on, merely continuing, is superhuman. ~ Albert Camus,
542:Great feelings take with them their own universe, splendid or abject. ~ Albert Camus,
543:History has shown that the less people read, the more books they buy. ~ Albert Camus,
544:I am too far away from what I love and my distance is without remedy. ~ Albert Camus,
545:Je m'ouvrais pour la première fois à la tendre indifférence du monde. ~ Albert Camus,
546:Je suis pour la justice, mais je choisirais ma mère avant la justice. ~ Albert Camus,
547:Jusque-là, j'avais toujours été aidé par un étonnant pouvoir d'oubli. ~ Albert Camus,
548:La costumbre de la desesperación es peor que la propia desesperación. ~ Albert Camus,
549:Les tristes ont deux raisons de l'être, ils ignorent ou ils espèrent. ~ Albert Camus,
550:'Life is a sum of all your choices'. So, what are you doing today?
   ~ Albert Camus,
551:Marxism is not scientific: at the best, it has scientific prejudices. ~ Albert Camus,
552:No haría de mi vida una experiencia. Sería la experiencia de mi vida. ~ Albert Camus,
553:Nothing can discourage the appetite for divinity in the heart of man. ~ Albert Camus,
554:Nothing in life is worth,
turning your back on,
if you love it. ~ Albert Camus,
555:Nothing is more despicable than respect based on fear. —Albert Camus ~ Erec Stebbins,
556:On se fait des maximes pour combler les trous de notre propre nature. ~ Albert Camus,
557:Postoji samo jedan istinski ozbiljan filozofski problem: samoubistvo. ~ Albert Camus,
558:Real generosity towards the future lies in giving all to the present. ~ Albert Camus,
559:The day when I am no more than a writer I shall cease to be a writer. ~ Albert Camus,
560:The only serious question in life is whether to kill yourself or not. ~ Albert Camus,
561:Too many have dispensed with generosity in order to practice charity. ~ Albert Camus,
562:Words always take on the color of the deeds or sacrifices they evoke. ~ Albert Camus,
563:Yes, and when the love of life disappears, no meaning can console us. ~ Albert Camus,
564:Any country where I am not bored is a country that teaches me nothing. ~ Albert Camus,
565:As soon as one does not kill oneself, one must keep silent about life. ~ Albert Camus,
566:But in the end one needs more courage to live than to kill himself.
   ~ Albert Camus,
567:Ce monde est sans importance et qui le reconnait conquiert sa liberté. ~ Albert Camus,
568:C'est cela l'amour, tout donner, tout sacrifier sans espoir de retour. ~ Albert Camus,
569:Fais servir alors ton pouvoir à mieux aimer ce qui peut l'être encore. ~ Albert Camus,
570:herkes bilir ki, hayat, yaşanmak zahmetine değmeyen bir şeydir.(s.107) ~ Albert Camus,
571:İnşallah bu gece köpekler havlamaz. Hep benimkiymiş gibi geliyor bana. ~ Albert Camus,
572:Je ne suis pas son confident, je suis son spectateur. C'est plus sage. ~ Albert Camus,
573:La vraie générosité envers l'avenir consiste à tout donner au présent. ~ Albert Camus,
574:Literatura. Desconfiar de esta palabra. No apresurarse a pronunciarla. ~ Albert Camus,
575:Ni siquiera tenía la certeza de estar vivo porque vivía como un muerto ~ Albert Camus,
576:On ne comprend pas le destin et c'est pourquoi je me suis fait destin. ~ Albert Camus,
577:There is no sun without shadow, and it is essential to know the night. ~ Albert Camus,
578:The urge to revolt is one of the essential dimensions of human nature. ~ Albert Camus,
579:We come into the world laden with the weight of an infinite necessity. ~ Albert Camus,
580:Who taught you all this, Doctor?” The reply came promptly: “Suffering. ~ Albert Camus,
581:Who taught you all this, doctor?" The reply came promptly: "Suffering. ~ Albert Camus,
582:Ama yeryüzü karanlıktır, aziz dostum, tahta kalın, kefen ışık geçirmez. ~ Albert Camus,
583:Birbirlerine dayanıp da bir türlü kucaklaşamayan bu benlik ile bu dünya ~ Albert Camus,
584:Cet hiver unique et tout éclatant de froid et de soleil. Du froid bleu. ~ Albert Camus,
585:He wasn't even sure he was alive because he was living like a dead man. ~ Albert Camus,
586:j'ai tres vite compris que tout cela etait sans importance reelle. (46) ~ Albert Camus,
587:Já que tinha necessidade de amar e de ser amado, julguei-me apaixonado. ~ Albert Camus,
588:Maman used to say that you can always find something to be happy about. ~ Albert Camus,
589:One recognizes one's course by discovering the paths that stray from it ~ Albert Camus,
590:That's love, giving everything, sacrificing all without hope of return. ~ Albert Camus,
591:The purpose of a writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself. ~ Albert Camus,
592:Those who lack the courage will always find a philosophy to justify it. ~ Albert Camus,
593:We get into the habit of living before acquiring the habit of thinking. ~ Albert Camus,
594:When the time to die comes, it does not matter how and when it happens. ~ Albert Camus,
595:Yaşama nedeni denilen şey aynı zamanda çok güzel bir ölme nedenidir de. ~ Albert Camus,
596:Actual freedom has not increased in proportion to man's awareness of it. ~ Albert Camus,
597:Every achievement is a servitude. It compels us to a higher achievement. ~ Albert Camus,
598:He wasn't even sure he was alive, because he was living like a dead man. ~ Albert Camus,
599:I have always loved everything about you. Even what I didn’t understand. ~ Albert Camus,
600:In the middle of Winter I discovered within myself an invincible Summer. ~ Albert Camus,
601:La vie de l'homme cesse d'être sacrée lorsque on croit utile de le tuer. ~ Albert Camus,
602:Lehetséges azonban, hogy szeretnünk kell azt, amit nem tudunk megérteni. ~ Albert Camus,
603:One recognizes one's course by discovering the paths that stray from it. ~ Albert Camus,
604:Perhaps it was more painful to think of a guilty man than of a dead man. ~ Albert Camus,
605:Some people talk in their sleep. Lecturers talk while other people sleep ~ Albert Camus,
606:Sometimes, carrying on, just carrying on, is the superhuman achievement. ~ Albert Camus,
607:the means one uses today shape the ends one might perhaps reach tomorrow ~ Albert Camus,
608:The only serious question in life is whether to kill yourself or not.
   ~ Albert Camus,
609:The struggle itself towards the heights is enough to fill a man's heart. ~ Albert Camus,
610:We are created to live side by side. However, we only die for ourselves. ~ Albert Camus,
611:A practical rule: a man which is wise in one area may be silly in others. ~ Albert Camus,
612:Au fond des prisons, le rêve est sans limites, la réalité ne freine rien. ~ Albert Camus,
613:Calamity has come on you, my brethren, and, my brethren, you deserved it, ~ Albert Camus,
614:Every revolutionary ends up either by becoming an oppressor or a heretic. ~ Albert Camus,
615:I’m going to tell you something: thoughts are never honest. Emotions are. ~ Albert Camus,
616:I wasn't even able to tell myself that it was hard to think those things. ~ Albert Camus,
617:Life is a sum of all your choices".

So, what are you doing today? ~ Albert Camus,
618:Man is an idea, and a precious small idea once he turns his back on love. ~ Albert Camus,
619:Some people talk in their sleep. Lecturers talk while other people sleep. ~ Albert Camus,
620:The loss of love is the loss of all rights, even though one had them all. ~ Albert Camus,
621:The moment when I am no longer more than a writer, I will cease to write. ~ Albert Camus,
622:There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide. ~ Albert Camus,
623:The struggle, itself, toward the summit suffices to fill the human heart. ~ Albert Camus,
624:To lose the touch of flowers and women's hands is the supreme separation. ~ Albert Camus,
625:What is called a reason for living is also an excellent reason for dying. ~ Albert Camus,
626:Death means nothing to men like me. It's the event that proves them right. ~ Albert Camus,
627:In medical science, as in daily life, it was unwise to jump to conclusions ~ Albert Camus,
628:In short, they were gambling on their luck, and luck is not to be coerced. ~ Albert Camus,
629:In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer ~ Albert Camus,
630:In zijn nederlaag', zegt Kierkegaard, 'vindt de gelovige zijn overwinning. ~ Albert Camus,
631:People always have exaggerated ideas about unfamiliar things'. - Meursault ~ Albert Camus,
632:Really hope no one uses this name for any type of sexual act or newspaper! ~ Albert Camus,
633:Since we're all going to die, it's obvious that when and how don't matter. ~ Albert Camus,
634:Since we’re all going to die, it’s obvious that when and how don’t matter. ~ Albert Camus,
635:The hardest thing is to go on living and not to believe in one's own lies. ~ Albert Camus,
636:There's the risk of being loved...and that would keep me from being happy. ~ Albert Camus,
637:The slave begins by demanding justice and ends by wanting to wear a crown. ~ Albert Camus,
638:The world is unimportant and whoever recognizes this conquers his liberty. ~ Albert Camus,
639:... We need the sweet pain of anticipation to tell us we are really alive. ~ Albert Camus,
640:What I know most surely about morality and the duty of man I owe to sport. ~ Albert Camus,
641:Works of art are not born in flashes of inspiration but in daily fidelity. ~ Albert Camus,
642:Charm is a way of getting the answer 'Yes' without asking a clear question. ~ Albert Camus,
643:Dabar žinau vienintelę konkrečią problemą: ar galima būti šventam be Dievo? ~ Albert Camus,
644:Da bi se čovek borio protiv apstrakcije, potrebno je da pomalo liči na nju. ~ Albert Camus,
645:El hombre es así, querido señor. Tiene dos fases: no puede amar sin amarse. ~ Albert Camus,
646:En medio del invierno aprendí por fin que había en mí un verano invencible. ~ Albert Camus,
647:Freedom is not constituted primarily of privileges but of responsibilities. ~ Albert Camus,
648:Here I understand what is meant by glory: the right to love without limits. ~ Albert Camus,
649:I don't want to be a genius-I have enough problems just trying to be a man. ~ Albert Camus,
650:I had lived my life one way and I could just as well have lived it another. ~ Albert Camus,
651:In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion. ~ Albert Camus,
652:İnsan böyledir, aziz bayım, iki yüzü vardır onun: Kendini sevmeden sevemez. ~ Albert Camus,
653:In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus,
654:I think my life is of great importance, but I also think it is meaningless. ~ Albert Camus,
655:It is not rebellion itself which is noble but the demands it makes upon us. ~ Albert Camus,
656:It is the job of thinking people not to be on the side of the executioners. ~ Albert Camus,
657:Kakav je to život u kome se ima mira samo ako se odbaci znanje i življenje. ~ Albert Camus,
658:Mais on passe ses journées sans difficultés aussitôt qu’on a des habitudes. ~ Albert Camus,
659:Only he who is uncompromising as to his rights maintains the sense of duty. ~ Albert Camus,
660:Still when abstraction sets to killing you, you've got to get busy with it. ~ Albert Camus,
661:The realization that life is absurd cannot be an end, but only a beginning. ~ Albert Camus,
662:You always get exaggerated notions of things you don't know anything about. ~ Albert Camus,
663:A morte nada é para os homens como eu. É um acontecimento que lhes dá razão. ~ Albert Camus,
664:Charm is a way of getting the answer 'Yes', without asking a clear question. ~ Albert Camus,
665:Democracy is not the law of the majority but the protection of the minority. ~ Albert Camus,
666:É assim o homem, caro senhor, com duas faces: não consegue amar sem se amar. ~ Albert Camus,
667:Et c'était comme quatre coups brefs que je frappais sur la porte du malheur. ~ Albert Camus,
668:... habit starts at the second crime. At the first one, something is ending. ~ Albert Camus,
669:In order to cease being a doubtful case, one has to cease being, that's all. ~ Albert Camus,
670:It's not the struggle that makes us artists, but Art that makes us struggle. ~ Albert Camus,
671:It takes time to live. Like any work of art, life needs to be thought about. ~ Albert Camus,
672:Let's not worry. It's too late now. It will always be too late, fortunately! ~ Albert Camus,
673:Love is the kind of illness that does not spare the intelligent or the dull. ~ Albert Camus,
674:Neste momento há lugares longínquos onde o mar é rosa na hora do crepúsculo. ~ Albert Camus,
675:Nuobodulys visiškai liovėsi mane kamavęs, kai išmokau gyventi prisiminimais. ~ Albert Camus,
676:Tener encanto es oír que te contestan sí sin haber hecho ninguna pregunta... ~ Albert Camus,
677:The greatness of man lies in his decision to be stronger than his condition. ~ Albert Camus,
678:There is only one really serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. ~ Albert Camus,
679:To write is to become disinterested. There is a certain renunciation in art. ~ Albert Camus,
680:Un hombre se define tan bien por sus comedias como por sus impulsos sinceros ~ Albert Camus,
681:Vous êtes jeune, et il me semble que c'est une vie qui doit vous plaire (46) ~ Albert Camus,
682:You only demand clarity because you’re too comfortable within your vagueness ~ Albert Camus,
683:All that I know most surely about morality and obligations I owe to football. ~ Albert Camus,
684:a man defines himself by his make-believe as well as by his sincere impulses. ~ Albert Camus,
685:Anacığım sık sık, "İnsan hiçbir zaman bütün bütün mutsuz olmaz," der dururdu. ~ Albert Camus,
686:At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face. ~ Albert Camus,
687:I don't want to be a genius, I have enough problems just trying to be a man. ~ Albert Camus,
688:I draw from the Absurd three consequences: my revolt, my liberty, my passion. ~ Albert Camus,
689:In the world today, only a philosophy of eternity could justify non-violence. ~ Albert Camus,
690:It is normal to give away a little of one's life in order not to lose it all. ~ Albert Camus,
691:It is not true that the heart wears out - but the body creates this illusion. ~ Albert Camus,
692:It is not true that the heart wears out — but the body creates this illusion. ~ Albert Camus,
693:La vie n'est qu'un mouvement qui court après sa forme sans la trouver jamais. ~ Albert Camus,
694:Não me sinto feliz por partir, mas não é necessário ser feliz para recomeçar. ~ Albert Camus,
695:Para un espíritu absurdo la razón es vana y no hay nada más allá de la razón. ~ Albert Camus,
696:[Paris] is dirty. It has pigeons and black yards. The people have white skin. ~ Albert Camus,
697:There was in Athens a temple dedicated to old age. Children were taken there. ~ Albert Camus,
698:The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants. ~ Albert Camus,
699:Tyrants conduct monologues above a million solitudes. —ALBERT CAMUS, THE REBEL ~ Clive James,
700:Un homme est plus un homme par les choses qu’il tait que par celles qu’il dit ~ Albert Camus,
701:You know very well that I no longer think. I am far too intelligent for that. ~ Albert Camus,
702:Bir insanı öldürmek, onun mükemmele ulaşma şansını ortadan kaldırmak demektir. ~ Albert Camus,
703:El privilegio de los grandes animales es ser muy dueños de su estado de humor. ~ Albert Camus,
704:From the evening breeze to this hand on my shoulder, everything has its truth. ~ Albert Camus,
705:Happiness and the absurd are two sons of the same earth. They are inseparable. ~ Albert Camus,
706:I thought about how peculiar she was but forgot about her a few minutes later. ~ Albert Camus,
707:I wasn’t good enough to forgive offenses, but eventually I always forgot them. ~ Albert Camus,
708:Melancholy people have two reasons for being so: they don’t know or they hope. ~ Albert Camus,
709:Nobody realises that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. ~ Albert Camus,
710:Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. ~ Albert Camus,
711:Our reason has driven all away. Alone at last, we end up ruling over a desert. ~ Albert Camus,
712:She turned towards me. Her hair had fallen over her eyes and she was laughing. ~ Albert Camus,
713:The look of success, when it is worn a certain way, would infuriate a jackass. ~ Albert Camus,
714:The revolutionary government was required to become the government of the war. ~ Albert Camus,
715:When I look at my life and its secret colors, I feel like bursting into tears. ~ Albert Camus,
716:You always get exaggerated notions about things you don't know anything about. ~ Albert Camus,
717:All modern revolutions have ended in a reinforcement of the power of the State. ~ Albert Camus,
718:Au milieu de l'hiver, j'apprenais enfin qu'il y avait en moi un été invincible. ~ Albert Camus,
719:Cruel irony, the poor man tormented with hunger feeds those who plead his case. ~ Albert Camus,
720:Do you know why Albert Camus was so prolific? He wrote to keep from screaming. ~ Henry Rollins,
721:Dünyanın saçmalığı nerede? Bu parıltıda mı, yoksa onun yokluğunu düşünmemde mi? ~ Albert Camus,
722:In order to exist just once in the world, it is necessary never again to exist. ~ Albert Camus,
723:Je suis venu pour tuer un homme, non pour l'aimer ni pour saluer sa différence. ~ Albert Camus,
724:Le malheur c'est comme le mariage.On croit qu'on choisit et puis on est choisi. ~ Albert Camus,
725:[Liberty] is a choreand a long-distance race, quite solitary, quite exhausting. ~ Albert Camus,
726:Life is meaningless, but worth living, provided you recognize it's meaningless. ~ Albert Camus,
727:Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. ~ Albert Camus,
728:Nous sommes devenus lucides. Nous avons remplacé le dialogue par le communiqué. ~ Albert Camus,
729:One fancies one is quite sure about something, when in point of fact one isn’t. ~ Albert Camus,
730:People can think only in images. If you want to be a philosopher, write novels. ~ Albert Camus,
731:Then came human beings, they wanted to cling but there was nothing to cling to. ~ Albert Camus,
732:The truth is that everyone is bored, and devotes himself to cultivating habits. ~ Albert Camus,
733:They deify what crushes them and find reason to hope in what impoverishes them. ~ Albert Camus,
734:True generosity toward the future consists in giving everything to the present. ~ Albert Camus,
735:Uyumsuzluk, anlaşıldığı andan sonra bir tutkudur, tutkuların en can alıcısıdır. ~ Albert Camus,
736:When I look at my life and its secret colours, I feel like bursting into tears. ~ Albert Camus,
737:A man defines
himself by his make-believe as well as by his sincere impulses. ~ Albert Camus,
738:At one time or another all normal people have wished their loved ones were dead. ~ Albert Camus,
739:But by then I had gotten used to not smoking and it wasn’t a punishment anymore. ~ Albert Camus,
740:C'est au moment du malheur qu'on s'habitue à la vérité, c'est-à-dire au silence. ~ Albert Camus,
741:I've got the guts to die. What I want to know is, have you got the guts to live? ~ Albert Camus,
742:La libertad es una cárcel mientras haya un solo hombre esclavizado en la tierra. ~ Albert Camus,
743:Le nombre de mauvais romans ne doit pas faire oublier la grandeur des meilleurs. ~ Albert Camus,
744:Old women even forget how to love their sons. The heart gets worn out, Monsieur. ~ Albert Camus,
745:Revolt and revolution both wind up at the same crossroads: the police, or folly. ~ Albert Camus,
746:Terminé por no aburrirme en absoluto desde el momento en que aprendí a recordar. ~ Albert Camus,
747:The most knowledgeable person in one domain may be the most ignorant in another. ~ Albert Camus,
748:They had no use for subtleties; they knew nothing and wanted to know everything. ~ Albert Camus,
749:Three years to make a book, five lines to ridicule it, and the quotations wrong. ~ Albert Camus,
750:True artists scorn nothing; they are obliged to understand rather than to judge. ~ Albert Camus,
751:Virtue cannot separate itself from reality without becoming a principle of evil. ~ Albert Camus,
752:what counts is to be true, and then everything fits in, humanity and simplicity. ~ Albert Camus,
753:Who taught you all this, doctor?"

The reply came promptly:
"Suffering. ~ Albert Camus,
754:You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of ~ Albert Camus,
755:Between history and the eternal I have chosen history because I like certainties. ~ Albert Camus,
756:Crime, too, means solitude, even if a thousand people join together to commit it. ~ Albert Camus,
757:I am too much in love with my lies and hypocrisies not to confess them fervently. ~ Albert Camus,
758:I conceived at least one great love in my life, of which I was always the object. ~ Albert Camus,
759:If a man can't help having slaves, isn't it better for him to call them free men? ~ Albert Camus,
760:I was managing simultaneously to love women and justice, which is no easy matter. ~ Albert Camus,
761:No tenemos tiempo para ser nosotros mismos. Solo tenemos tiempo para ser felices. ~ Albert Camus,
762:Person describes himself throughout life. To know oneself perfectly means to die. ~ Albert Camus,
763:Quand tout le monde est militaire, le crime est de ne pas tuer si l'order 'exige. ~ Albert Camus,
764:Todos los seres humanos habían, más o menos, deseado la muerte de los que amaban. ~ Albert Camus,
765:We spend our days in deliberating, and we end them without coming to any resolve. ~ Albert Camus,
766:Why I'm an artist, not a philosopher? Because I think in words rather than ideas. ~ Albert Camus,
767:All those who are struggling for freedom today are ultimately fighting for beauty. ~ Albert Camus,
768:A man devoid of hope and conscious of being so has ceased to belong to the future. ~ Albert Camus,
769:And I tried to listen again, because the prosecutor started talking about my soul. ~ Albert Camus,
770:Even in the prisoner’s dock it’s always interesting to hear people talk about you. ~ Albert Camus,
771:False judges are held up in the world's admiration and I alone know the true ones. ~ Albert Camus,
772:False judges are held up in the world’s admiration and I alone know the true ones. ~ Albert Camus,
773:God put self-pity by the side of despair like the cure by the side of the disease. ~ Albert Camus,
774:I have a good, hearty laugh and an energetic handshake, and those are trump cards. ~ Albert Camus,
775:Il faut du temps pour vivre. Comme toute oeuvre d'art, la vie exige qu'on y pense. ~ Albert Camus,
776:I was an idle king and my chariot dawdled; I waited for the sea but it never came. ~ Albert Camus,
777:Je ne pouvais rencontrer un homme d'esprit sans qu'aussitôt j'en fisse ma société. ~ Albert Camus,
778:La liberté est un bagne aussi longtemps qu'un seul homme est asservi sur la terre. ~ Albert Camus,
779:La muerte está ahí como una única realidad. Después de ella la suerte está echada. ~ Albert Camus,
780:[Love] is the type of disease that spares neither the intelligent nor the idiotic. ~ Albert Camus,
781:Madness such as this, its like trying to stop a fire with the moisture from a kiss ~ Albert Camus,
782:Only it takes time to be happy. A lot of time. Happiness, too, is a long patience. ~ Albert Camus,
783:Pisac koji odluči da piše jasno hoće čitaoce, pisac koji piše nejasno hoće tumače. ~ Albert Camus,
784:Proof is never definitive, after all; one has to begin again with each new person. ~ Albert Camus,
785:-Sí -dijo Rambert-, puede, puede uno tener vergüenza de ser el único en ser feliz. ~ Albert Camus,
786:...that inability to understand becomes the existence that illuminates everything. ~ Albert Camus,
787:There are more things in people that are rather worth of admiration than contempt. ~ Albert Camus,
788:There is a life and there is a death, and there are beauty and melancholy between. ~ Albert Camus,
789:There's something dripping in my head.
(Pause.)
A heart, a heart in my head. ~ Albert Camus,
790:Those who write clearly have readers, those who write obscurely have commentators. ~ Albert Camus,
791:Travel, which is like a greater and a graver science, brings us back to ourselves. ~ Albert Camus,
792:Un enfermo necesita alrededor blandura, necesita apoyarse en algo; eso es natural. ~ Albert Camus,
793:We love people not because for good they did for us, but for good we did for them. ~ Albert Camus,
794:We must learn how to lend ourselves to dreaming when dreams lend themselves to us. ~ Albert Camus,
795:You help far more when you depict a person favorably than instruct its weaknesses. ~ Albert Camus,
796:Camus himself described this work as 'an attempt to understand the time I live in'. ~ Albert Camus,
797:Every man, and for stronger reasons, every artist, wants to be recognized. So do I. ~ Albert Camus,
798:For there is merely bad luck in not being loved; there is misfortune in not loving. ~ Albert Camus,
799:From the moment that man submits God to moral judgment, he kills Him his own heart. ~ Albert Camus,
800:Like great works, deep feelings always mean more than they are conscious of saying. ~ Albert Camus,
801:lo que llamamos una razón de vivir es al mismo tiempo una excelente razón de morir. ~ Albert Camus,
802:No one realises that some individuals consume herculesque forces only to be normal. ~ Albert Camus,
803:Outside of that single fatality of death, everything, joy or happiness, is liberty. ~ Albert Camus,
804:The most important thing you do everyday you live is deciding not to kill yourself. ~ Albert Camus,
805:There can be no true goodness, nor true love, without the utmost clear-sightedness. ~ Albert Camus,
806:We turn toward God only to obtain the impossible. As for the possible, men suffice. ~ Albert Camus,
807:When I Look At My Life And Its Secret Colours,
I Feel Like Bursting Into Tears. ~ Albert Camus,
808:But what is happiness except the simple harmony between a man and the life he leads? ~ Albert Camus,
809:Cuando nos queríamos nos comprendíamos sin palabras. Pero nos siempre se quiere uno. ~ Albert Camus,
810:Great novelists are philosopher novelists - that is, the contrary of thesis-writers. ~ Albert Camus,
811:Happiness implied a choice, and within that choice a concerted will, a lucid desire. ~ Albert Camus,
812:If the descent is thus sometimes performed in sorrow, it can also take place in joy. ~ Albert Camus,
813:In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus,
814:May heaven protect us, cher monsieur, from being set on a pedestal by our friends!!! ~ Albert Camus,
815:Mutluluk bir yerde ve her yerde, hiçbir şey beklemeden dünyayı, insanları sevmektir. ~ Albert Camus,
816:My life was lucky so that I met, I loved (and disappointed) only outstanding people. ~ Albert Camus,
817:Que voulez-vouz, je ne m'intéresse pas aux idées, moi, je m'intéresse aux personnes. ~ Albert Camus,
818:There is a solitude in poverty, but a solitude that gives everything back its value. ~ Albert Camus,
819:The world I live in is loathsome to me, but I feel one with the men who suffer in it ~ Albert Camus,
820:Tous les êtres sains avaient plus ou moins souhaité la mort de ceux qu'ils aimaient. ~ Albert Camus,
821:Tous les êtres sains avaient plus ou moins souhaité la mort de ceux qu’ils aimaient. ~ Albert Camus,
822:Varlığı yaşaması için zorunlu olan uykudan yoksun bırakan bu çok önemli duygu nedir? ~ Albert Camus,
823:What is a rebel? A man who says no: but whose refusal does not imply a renunciation. ~ Albert Camus,
824:Without work, all life goes rotten, but when work is soulless, life stifles and dies ~ Albert Camus,
825:-A mi edad es uno sincero forzosamente. Mentir cansa mucho.

(Tarrou a Rambert) ~ Albert Camus,
826:And then came human beings; humans wanted to cling but there was nothing to cling to. ~ Albert Camus,
827:Ben kendim, bir insanın ne kadar ucuza sofuluk ünü kazanabileceğine örnek olabilirim. ~ Albert Camus,
828:Betrayal answers betrayal, the mask of love is answered by the disappearance of love. ~ Albert Camus,
829:But,' I reminded myself, 'it's common knowledge that life isn't worth living, anyhow. ~ Albert Camus,
830:But who would dare condemn me in this world with no judges, where no one is innocent! ~ Albert Camus,
831:Büyük duygular evrenlerini kendileriyle birlikte dolaştırırlar, görkemli ya da düşkün ~ Albert Camus,
832:He belongs to time, and by the horror that seizes him, he recognizes his worst enemy. ~ Albert Camus,
833:In magnificentia naturae, resurgit spiritus. ( Doğanın görkeminde , ruh ortaya çıkar) ~ Albert Camus,
834:Man cannot do without beauty, and this is what our era pretends to want to disregard. ~ Albert Camus,
835:We don't have the time to completely be ourselves. We only have the room to be happy. ~ Albert Camus,
836:What we call fundamental truths are simply the ones we discover after all the others. ~ Albert Camus,
837:Without work, all life goes rotten. But when work is soulless, life stifles and dies. ~ Albert Camus,
838:A man is more a man through the things he keeps to himself than through those he says. ~ Albert Camus,
839:At the present time, I long only to sleep and to remain silent. I am sick of humanity. ~ Albert Camus,
840:But a man's beauty represents inner, functional truths: his face shows what he can do. ~ Albert Camus,
841:Ce qu'on appelle une raison de vivre est en même temps une excellente raison de mourir ~ Albert Camus,
842:Gerçek sanatçılar hiçbir şeyi küçük görmezler; yargılamaya değil, anlamaya çalışırlar. ~ Albert Camus,
843:How do you put everyone in the pool, so you have the right to dry yourself in the sun? ~ Albert Camus,
844:il n'y a pas de justes mais des maîtres méchants qui font régner la vérité implacable. ~ Albert Camus,
845:Il vient un temps où l'arbre, après avoir beaucoup souffert, doit porter ses fruits. ~ Albert Camus,
846:In those quiet places where my heart once spoke to yours... I breathed eternal summer. ~ Albert Camus,
847:Kadang dibutuhkan lebih banyak keberanian untuk hidup daripada untuk mengakhiri hidup. ~ Albert Camus,
848:L'homme est ainsi, cher monsieur, il a deux faces : il ne peut pas aimer sans s'aimer. ~ Albert Camus,
849:Only the one who does not know what is life may believe that it is beautiful and easy. ~ Albert Camus,
850:Peu de gens comprennent qu'il y a un refus qui n'a rien de commun avec le renoncement. ~ Albert Camus,
851:Then she remarked that marriage was a serious matter.

To which I answered: "No. ~ Albert Camus,
852:There are people who vindicate the world, who help others live just by their presence. ~ Albert Camus,
853:There is a solitude in poverty, but a solitude which restores to each thing its value. ~ Albert Camus,
854:A craving for freedom and independence is generated only in a man still living on hope. ~ Albert Camus,
855:All is well, everything is permitted, and nothing is hateful—these are absurd judgments ~ Albert Camus,
856:Birdenbire düşlerden, ışıklardan yoksun kalmış bir dünyada insan kendini yabancı bulur. ~ Albert Camus,
857:Ce qu'on appelle une raison de vivre est en même temps une excellente raison de mourir. ~ Albert Camus,
858:Ceux qui [suscitent] l'amour,même déchus, sont les rois et les justificateurs du monde. ~ Albert Camus,
859:Human relationships always help us to carry on because they always presuppose a future. ~ Albert Camus,
860:If man realized that the universe like him can love and suffer, he would be reconciled. ~ Albert Camus,
861:Incluso en el banquillo de los acusados es siempre interesante oír hablar de uno mismo. ~ Albert Camus,
862:In the middle of winter I at last discovered that there was in me an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus,
863:It is good for a man to judge himself occasionally. He is alone in being able to do so. ~ Albert Camus,
864:Kaip čia yra,kad jos veidas,susijęs su šitiek kančių,vis dėlto tebėra man laimės veidu? ~ Albert Camus,
865:Không ai nhận ra có những người bỏ ra nỗ lực nhiều khủng khiếp chỉ để được bình thường. ~ Albert Camus,
866:That’s what men are like, sir: two-faced: they cannot love unless they love themselves. ~ Albert Camus,
867:The main thing is that everything become simple, easy enough for a child to understand. ~ Albert Camus,
868:What we do for ourselves dies with us, what we do for others remains in the world today ~ Albert Camus,
869:Where would his torture be, indeed, if at every step the hope of succeeding upheld him? ~ Albert Camus,
870:Even when one sits in the prisoner's dock, it is interesting to hear talk about oneself. ~ Albert Camus,
871:How many crimes are permitted simply because their authors could not endure being wrong. ~ Albert Camus,
872:In order to be created, a work of art must first make use of the dark forces of the soul ~ Albert Camus,
873:In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus,
874:J'espère que les chiens n'aboieront pas cette nuit. Je crois toujours que c'est le mien. ~ Albert Camus,
875:Life is not easy, but there would be religion, art, love that we sustain ourselves with. ~ Albert Camus,
876:Much unhappiness has come into the world because of bewilderment and things left unsaid. ~ Albert Camus,
877:One must place one's principles in big things. For the small, graciousness will suffice. ~ Albert Camus,
878:One realizes that he is born of this country where everything is given to be taken away. ~ Albert Camus,
879:That's the way man is, cher monsieur. He has two faces: he can't love without self-love. ~ Albert Camus,
880:Une certaine somme d'années vécues misérablement suffisent à construire une sensibilité. ~ Albert Camus,
881:What the world requires of the Christians is that they should continue to be Christians. ~ Albert Camus,
882:Bir insan söylediği şeylerden çok söylemedikleriyle insandır. Söylemeyeceğim çok şey var. ~ Albert Camus,
883:compreendi que toda a desgraça dos homens provinha de eles não terem uma linguagem clara. ~ Albert Camus,
884:Every minute of life carries with it its miraculous value, and its face of eternal youth. ~ Albert Camus,
885:Everyone would like to behave like a pagan, with everyone else behaving like a Christian. ~ Albert Camus,
886:He who despairs of the human condition is a coward, but he who has hope for it is a fool. ~ Albert Camus,
887:I felt the urge to reassure him that I was like everybody else, just like everybody else. ~ Albert Camus,
888:In a man's attachment to life there is something stronger than all the ills in the world. ~ Albert Camus,
889:In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus,
890:It is always easy to be logical. It is almost impossible to be logical to the bitter end. ~ Albert Camus,
891:Les soupirs et les sanglots de la femme se faisaient plus rares. Elle reniflait beaucoup. ~ Albert Camus,
892:Tabii umut, koşup giderken bir sokağın köşesinde, daha kurşun havadayken vurulup ölmekti. ~ Albert Camus,
893:Tanrı olmak bu yeryüzünde özgür olmaktır yalnızca, ölümsüz bir varlığa hizmet etmemektir. ~ Albert Camus,
894:The end of their passion consists of loving uselessly at the moment when it is pointless. ~ Albert Camus,
895:The future is the only kind of property that the masters willingly concede to the slaves. ~ Albert Camus,
896:The great novelists are philosophical novelists--that is, the contrary of thesis-writers. ~ Albert Camus,
897:the one who doesnt play, doesnt win anything, but he actually looses somehting, {playing} ~ Albert Camus,
898:The principles which men give to themselves end by overwhelming their noblest intentions. ~ Albert Camus,
899:Understanding the world for a man is reducing it to the human, stamping it with his seal. ~ Albert Camus,
900:Without giving up anything on the plane of justice, yeild nothing on the plane of freedom ~ Albert Camus,
901:Büyük sorunlara ancak küçük taşkınlıklarım arasında kalan boş vakitlerde ilgi duymuşumdur. ~ Albert Camus,
902:He comprendido que todas las desgracias del hombre provienen de no usar un lenguaje claro. ~ Albert Camus,
903:In a world that has ceased to believe in sin, the artist is responsible for the preaching. ~ Albert Camus,
904:I opened myself up to the gentle indifference of the world. Finding it so much like myself ~ Albert Camus,
905:I people the universe with forms in my own likeness. For I have not yet spoken of the sun. ~ Albert Camus,
906:It's a kind of spiritual snobbery that makes people think they can be happy without money. ~ Albert Camus,
907:Nadie descifraba mejor que ella el lenguaje profundo de los árboles, del mar y del viento. ~ Albert Camus,
908:One finds many injustices in the world, but there is one that is never mentioned, climate. ~ Albert Camus,
909:Politics and the fate of mankind are formed by men without ideals and without greatness... ~ Albert Camus,
910:Pregunta: ¿Qué hacer para no perder el tiempo?
Respuesta: Sentirlo en toda su lentitud. ~ Albert Camus,
911:Quand je regarde ma vie et sa couleur secrète, j'ai en moi comme un tremblement de larmes. ~ Albert Camus,
912:Rebellion cannot exist without the feeling that somewhere, in some way, you are justified. ~ Albert Camus,
913:Si tuviera que volver a comenzar mi vida", pues bien, la volvería a empezar igual que fue. ~ Albert Camus,
914:So all a man could win in the conflict between plague and life was knowledge and memories. ~ Albert Camus,
915:The most elementary form of rebellion, paradoxically , expresses an aspiration for order . ~ Albert Camus,
916:There are places where the mind dies so that a truth which is its very denial may be born. ~ Albert Camus,
917:By definition, a government has no conscience. Sometimes it has a policy, but nothing more. ~ Albert Camus,
918:Everything I know about morality and the obligations of men, I owe it to football (soccer). ~ Albert Camus,
919:I have always felt I lived on the high seas, threatened, at the heart of a royal happiness. ~ Albert Camus,
920:I said that people never change their lives that in any case on life was as good as another ~ Albert Camus,
921:It is a kind of spiritual snobbery that makes people think they can be happy without money. ~ Albert Camus,
922:Love asks something of the future, and nothing was left us but a series of present moments. ~ Albert Camus,
923:Man wants to live, but it is useless to hope that this desire will dictate all his actions. ~ Albert Camus,
924:Oh, it must be an epidemic,' the priest said; and his eyes were smiling behind his glasses. ~ Albert Camus,
925:Once one's up against it, the precise manner of one's death has obviously small importance. ~ Albert Camus,
926:Para el que ama, el modo de emplear el tiempo del amado es manantial de todas sus alegrias. ~ Albert Camus,
927:Your successes and happiness are forgiven you only if you generously consent to share them. ~ Albert Camus,
928:And as far as he was concerned, he needed to be listened to in order to believe in his life. ~ Albert Camus,
929:And real nobility (that of the heart) is based on scorn, courage, and profound indifference. ~ Albert Camus,
930:A nihilist is not one who believes in nothing , but one who does not believe in what exists. ~ Albert Camus,
931:Can one be a saint if God does not exist? That is the only concrete problem I know of today. ~ Albert Camus,
932:El carácter finito y limitado de la existencia humana es más primordial que el hombre mismo. ~ Albert Camus,
933:Happiness is not everything and men have their duties. Mine is to find my mother, a homeland ~ Albert Camus,
934:I cling like a miser to the freedom that disappears as soon as there is an excess of things. ~ Albert Camus,
935:Old married people look so much alike that they have the same number of hairs in their ears. ~ Albert Camus,
936:Paris est un vrai trompe-l'oeil, un superbe décor habité par quatre millions de silhouettes. ~ Albert Camus,
937:Sí, el hombre es un propio fin. Y es su único fin.
Si quiere hacer algo, es en esta vida. ~ Albert Camus,
938:The first concern of any dictatorship is, consequently, to subjugate both labor and culture. ~ Albert Camus,
939:Theo định nghĩa, chính phủ không có lương tâm. Đôi khi nó có chính sách, nhưng không gì hơn. ~ Albert Camus,
940:There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide.” -Albert Camus ~ Andersen Prunty,
941:The truth is that everyone is bored, and devotes himself to cultivating habits. ~ Albert Camus, The Plague,
942:Un bărbat are întotdeauna două caractere, al său și pe acela pe care i-l atribuie femeia sa. ~ Albert Camus,
943:Whether the earth or the sun revolves around the other is a matter of profound indifference. ~ Albert Camus,
944:But in the end one needs more courage to live than to kill himself. —Albert Camus, A Happy Death ~ Matt Haig,
945:he llegado a comprender que todas las desgracias de los hombres provienen de no hablar claro. ~ Albert Camus,
946:I'd have given ten conversations with Einstein for a first meeting with a pretty chorus girl. ~ Albert Camus,
947:In den Tiefen des Winters erfuhr ich schließlich, dass in mir ein unbesiegbarer Sommer liegt. ~ Albert Camus,
948:I said that people never change their lives, that in any case one life was as good as another ~ Albert Camus,
949:I thought the traveler pretty much deserved what he got and that you should never play games. ~ Albert Camus,
950:L'absurde naît de la confrontation entre l'appel humain et le silence déraisonnable du monde. ~ Albert Camus,
951:La liberté illimitée du désir signifie la négation de l'autre, et la suppression de la pitié. ~ Albert Camus,
952:La plus grande célébrité, aujourd'hui, consiste à être admiré ou détesté
sans avoir été lu ~ Albert Camus,
953:Mais, en vérité, le changement était-il dans le climat ou dans les coeurs, voilà la question. ~ Albert Camus,
954:Nihilism is not only despair and negation, but above all the desire to despair and to negate. ~ Albert Camus,
955:Para el que ama el modo de emplear el tiempo del amado es el manantial de todas sus alegrías. ~ Albert Camus,
956:The blasphemy is reverent, since every blasphemy is, ultimately, a participation in holiness. ~ Albert Camus,
957:The literal meaning of life is whatever you're doing that prevents you from killing yourself. ~ Albert Camus,
958:There is but one freedom, to put oneself right with death. After that everything is possible. ~ Albert Camus,
959:There is something divine in mindless beauty, and Mersault was particularly responsive to it. ~ Albert Camus,
960:A partir do momento em que é reconhecido, o absurdo é uma paixão, a mais dilacerante de todas. ~ Albert Camus,
961:A sub-clerk in the post office is the equal of a conqueror if consciousness is common to them. ~ Albert Camus,
962:A sub-clerk in the post-office is the equal of a conqueror if consciousness is common to them. ~ Albert Camus,
963:Din clipa în care a fost cunosută,absurditatea devine o pasiune,cea mai sfîșietoare din toate. ~ Albert Camus,
964:Every great work makes the human face more admirable and richer, and this is its whole secret. ~ Albert Camus,
965:I cannot stand the company of men. They flatter or they judge. I can stand neither of the two. ~ Albert Camus,
966:Il m'a toujours semblé que nos concitoyens avaient deux fureurs : les idées et la fornication. ~ Albert Camus,
967:Man is always prey to his truths. Once he has admitted them, he cannot free himself from them. ~ Albert Camus,
968:Once my solitude was thoroughly proved, I could surrender to the charms of a virile self-pity. ~ Albert Camus,
969:There are always reasons for murdering a man. But there is no justification for his existence. ~ Albert Camus,
970:The true work of art is always on the human scale. It is essentially the one that says, 'less. ~ Albert Camus,
971:We have no need of God to create guilt or to punish. Our fellow men are enough, with our help. ~ Albert Camus,
972:As if a familiar journey under a summer sky could as easily end in prison as in innocent sleep. ~ Albert Camus,
973:Either this stripped-down solitude or the storm of love–nothing else in the world interests me. ~ Albert Camus,
974:He wanted to diminish the surface he offered the world, to sleep until everything was consumed. ~ Albert Camus,
975:He was conscious of the disastrous fact that love and desire must be expressed in the same way. ~ Albert Camus,
976:I caught myself thinking what an agreeable walk I could have had, if it hadn’t been for Mother. ~ Albert Camus,
977:In every guilty man, there is some innocence. This makes every absolute condemnation revolting. ~ Albert Camus,
978:I shall be here tomorrow, as I am every evening, and I’ll be pleased to accept your invitation. ~ Albert Camus,
979:It is natural to give a clear view of the world after accepting the idea that it must be clear. ~ Albert Camus,
980:Nincs hajlamom, azt hiszem, a hősiességhez meg a szentséghez. Embernek lenni, ez érdekel engem. ~ Albert Camus,
981:The literal meaning of life is whatever you're doing that prevents you from killing yourself
   ~ Albert Camus,
982:When you have an elevated spirit and a miserable heart, you write great things and do the poor. ~ Albert Camus,
983:Ama sevmenin sınırı yoktur ve ben her şeyi kucaklayabildikten sonra, iyi sarılmasam da ne çıkar? ~ Albert Camus,
984:And in his corner Rambert savored that bitter sense of freedom which comes of total deprivation. ~ Albert Camus,
985:An intense feeling carries with it its own universe, magnificent or wretched as the case may be. ~ Albert Camus,
986:[A writer] cannot serve today those who make history; he must serve those who are subject to it. ~ Albert Camus,
987:Cînd o mamă nu mai e în stare să-şi recunoască fiul înseamnă că şi-a isprăvit menirea pe pâmînt. ~ Albert Camus,
988:Et jamais je n’ai senti, si avant, à la fois mon détachement de moi-même et ma présence au monde ~ Albert Camus,
989:If nothing had any meaning, you would be right. But there is something that still has a meaning. ~ Albert Camus,
990:İnsanın genel olarak insanlığı sevmesi, yaratıkları özel olarak sevmek zorunda kalmamak içindir. ~ Albert Camus,
991:It is in the thick of a calamity that one gets hardened to the truth, in other words to silence. ~ Albert Camus,
992:It is in the thick of calamity that one gets hardened to the truth - in other words, to silence. ~ Albert Camus,
993:L'absurde naît de cette confrontation entre l'appel humain et le silence déraisonnable du monde. ~ Albert Camus,
994:La estupidez insiste siempre, uno se daría cuenta de ello si uno no pensara siempre en sí mismo. ~ Albert Camus,
995:Los que escriben con claridad tienen lectores, los que escriben oscuramente tienen comentaristas ~ Albert Camus,
996:Nella profondità dell'inverno, ho imparato alla fine che dentro di me c'è un'estate invincibile. ~ Albert Camus,
997:on ne peut pas bien vivre en sachant que l'homme n'est rien et que la face de Dieu est affreuse. ~ Albert Camus,
998:They fancied
themselves free, and no one will ever be free so long as there are pestilences. ~ Albert Camus,
999:We are rebels for a cause, poets with a dream , and we won't let this world die without a fight. ~ Albert Camus,
1000:You know what charm is: a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question. ~ Albert Camus,
1001:And then he knew that war is no good, because vanquishing a man is as bitter as being vanquished. ~ Albert Camus,
1002:At a certain level of suffering or injustice no one can do anything for anyone. Pain is solitary. ~ Albert Camus,
1003:Bize gönül esenliği verecek bildik ve durgun yüzeyini yeniden kurabilmekten umuduu kesmek gerekir ~ Albert Camus,
1004:Ceci n'ira pas sans de terribles conséquences, dont nous ne connaissons encore que quelques-unes. ~ Albert Camus,
1005:Conscious of not being able to separate myself from my time, I have decided to become part of it. ~ Albert Camus,
1006:Every act of rebellion expresses a nostalgia for innocence and an appeal to the essence of being. ~ Albert Camus,
1007:For lack of time and
thinking, people have to love one another without knowing much about it. ~ Albert Camus,
1008:I couldn't imagine that this faint throbbing which had been with me for so long would ever cease. ~ Albert Camus,
1009:I have a very old and very faithful attachment for dogs. I like them because they always forgive. ~ Albert Camus,
1010:I'll see you off," Daru said. "No," said Balducci. "There's no use being polite. You insulted me. ~ Albert Camus,
1011:I’ll tell you a big secret, mon cher. Don’t wait for the Last Judgment. It takes place every day. ~ Albert Camus,
1012:In fact, other people create for lack of power. I, on the other hand, do not need a work: I live. ~ Albert Camus,
1013:La vie est plus cruelle que nous. C'est peut-être pour cela que j'ai du mal à me sentir coupable. ~ Albert Camus,
1014:Once in the midst of a seemingly endless winter, I discovered within myself an invincible spring. ~ Albert Camus,
1015:One can sometimes see more clearly in a person who is lying than in one who is telling the truth. ~ Albert Camus,
1016:...the play of the toughest and most lucid mind are at the same time both lavished andsquandered. ~ Albert Camus,
1017:There are crimes of passion and crimes of logic. The boundary between them is not clearly defined ~ Albert Camus,
1018:We continue to shape our personality all our life. If we knew ourselves perfectly, we should die. ~ Albert Camus,
1019:Ah, this dear old planet! All is clear now. We know ourselves; we now know of what we are capable. ~ Albert Camus,
1020:a man is always a prey to his truths. Once he has admitted them, he cannot free himself from them. ~ Albert Camus,
1021:au milieu des fléaux, qu'il y a dans les hommes plus de choses à admirer que de choses à mépriser. ~ Albert Camus,
1022:A world remains of which man is the sole master. What bound him was the illusion of another world. ~ Albert Camus,
1023:Forever I shall be a stranger to myself. In psychology as in logic, there are truths but no truth. ~ Albert Camus,
1024:I have always mocked greed which, in our society, takes the place of ambition. I was aiming higher ~ Albert Camus,
1025:I make myself strict rules in order to correct my nature. But it is my nature that I finally obey. ~ Albert Camus,
1026:I make myself strict rules in order to correct my nature. But it is my nature that i finally obey. ~ Albert Camus,
1027:I’m filled with a desire for clarity and meaning within a world and condition that offers neither. ~ Albert Camus,
1028:It would be better to try to awake the reader’s critical instincts than to appeal to his laziness. ~ Albert Camus,
1029:Mais quoi! la mort n'est rien pour les hommes comme moi. c'est un événement qui leur donne raison. ~ Albert Camus,
1030:None of the evils which totalitarianism ... claims to remedy is worse than totalitarianism itself. ~ Albert Camus,
1031:Por eso resulta tan desgarrador el amor de los hombres. No pueden evitar separarse de lo que aman. ~ Albert Camus,
1032:Sometimes at night I would sleep open-eyed underneath a sky dripping with stars. I was alive then. ~ Albert Camus,
1033:The myth of unlimited production brings war in its train as inevitably as clouds announce a storm. ~ Albert Camus,
1034:...the play of the toughest and most lucid mind are at the same time both lavished and squandered. ~ Albert Camus,
1035:There are crimes of passion and crimes of logic. The boundary between them is not clearly defined. ~ Albert Camus,
1036:Whoever gives nothing, has nothing. The greatest misfortune is not to be unloved, but not to love. ~ Albert Camus,
1037:…A city deprived of everything, devoid of light and devoid of heat, starved, and still not crushed. ~ Albert Camus,
1038:A partir du moment où elle est reconnue, l'absurdité est une passion, la plus déchirante de toutes. ~ Albert Camus,
1039:Believe me, the hardest thing for a man to give up is that which he really doesn't want, after all. ~ Albert Camus,
1040:Bir intiharın pek çok nedeni vardır, genel olarak da en çok göze çarpanları en etkenleri olmamıştır ~ Albert Camus,
1041:Et pierre parmi les pierres, il retourna dans la joie de son coeur à la vérité des mondes immobiles ~ Albert Camus,
1042:Freedom is nothing else but a chance to be better, whereas enslavement is a certainty of the worst. ~ Albert Camus,
1043:Hay algo todavía más abyecto que ser un criminal: forzar al crimen a quien no ha nacido para serlo. ~ Albert Camus,
1044:How far is one to go to elude nothing? Is one to die voluntarily or to hope in spite of everything? ~ Albert Camus,
1045:ils étaient entrés dans l'ordre même de la peste, d'autant plus efficace qu'il était plus médiocre. ~ Albert Camus,
1046:In our society, any man who doesn't cry at his mother's funeral is liable to be condemned to death. ~ Albert Camus,
1047:Mitten im tiefen Winter wurde mir endlich bewusst, dass ich einen unbesiegbaren Sommer in mir trug. ~ Albert Camus,
1048:Qu'est-ce que l'homme ? Il est cette force qui finit toujours par balancer les tyrans et les dieux. ~ Albert Camus,
1049:The absurd hero's refusal to hope becomes his singular ability to live in the present with passion. ~ Albert Camus,
1050:The important thing isn't the soundness or otherwise of the argument, but for it to make you think. ~ Albert Camus,
1051:Truth, like light is dazzling. By contrast, untruth is a beautiful sunset that enhances everything. ~ Albert Camus,
1052:When I was first imprisoned, the hardest thing was that my thoughts were still those of a free man. ~ Albert Camus,
1053:Absolute justice is achieved by the suppression of all contradiction, therefore it destroys freedom. ~ Albert Camus,
1054:Anche la lotta verso la cima basta a riempire il cuore di un uomo. Bisogna immaginare Sisifo felice. ~ Albert Camus,
1055:And with pain and joy, their hearts learned to hear that double lesson which leads to a happy death. ~ Albert Camus,
1056:As I usually do when I want to get rid of someone whose conversation bores me, I pretended to agree. ~ Albert Camus,
1057:Even men without a gospel have their Mount of Olives. And one must not fall asleep on theirs either. ~ Albert Camus,
1058:...he was conscious of the disastrous fact that love and desire must be expressed in the same way... ~ Albert Camus,
1059:If God did not exist, we should have to invent him. If God did exist, we should have to abolish Him. ~ Albert Camus,
1060:If it adapts itself to what the majority of our society wants, art will be a meaningless recreation. ~ Albert Camus,
1061:Il restait, bien entendu, l’égalité irréprochable de la mort, mais de celle-là, personne ne voulait. ~ Albert Camus,
1062:Imagination offers people consolation for what they cannot be, and humor for what they actually are. ~ Albert Camus,
1063:In het echte scheppen der kunst voltooit en vereeuwigt zich het verzet, niet in kritisch commentaar. ~ Albert Camus,
1064:In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. —ALBERT CAMUS ~ Kristin Hannah,
1065:It is a well-known fact that we always recognize our homeland at the moment we are about to lose it. ~ Albert Camus,
1066:La Grande Duchess: Il n'y a pas d'amour loin de Dieu.

Kaliayev: Si. L'amour pour la créature. ~ Albert Camus,
1067:Mais il n'y a pas de limites pour aimer et que m'importe de mal étreindre si je peux tout embrasser. ~ Albert Camus,
1068:Mais imaginez, je vous prie, un homme dans la force de l'âge, de parfaite santé, généreusement doué, ~ Albert Camus,
1069:No human being, even the most passionately loved and passionately loving, is ever in our possession. ~ Albert Camus,
1070:Ölüm herkesin başında, ama herkesin ölümü kendine göre. Olsun, güneş gene de ısıtıyor kemiklerimizi. ~ Albert Camus,
1071:Uno no puede ponerse del lado de quienes hacen la historia, sino al servicio de quienes la padecen". ~ Albert Camus,
1072:You are forgiven for your happiness and your successes only if you generously consent to share them. ~ Albert Camus,
1073:Bundan böyle bu yapmacıklığı sürdürmeye gücümüz yetmediğine göre, bir saniye için onu anlamaz oluruz. ~ Albert Camus,
1074:Como siempre que siento deseos de librarme de alguien a quien apenas escucho, puse cara de aprobación ~ Albert Camus,
1075:En las profundidades del invierno finalmente aprendí que en mi interior habitaba un verano invencible ~ Albert Camus,
1076:Evet, cehennem böyle olmalı: Tabelalı caddeler ve düşüncesini anlatma olanaksızlığı.

Sayfa: 37 ~ Albert Camus,
1077:I am not made for politics because I am incapable of wanting or accepting the death of the adversary. ~ Albert Camus,
1078:«Il y a toujours plus prisonnier que moi» était la phrase qui résumait alors le seul espoir possible. ~ Albert Camus,
1079:It is almost impossible to watch a clockwise direction - it gets extremely boring and causes despair. ~ Albert Camus,
1080:Je vais vous dire un grand secret ... . N'attendez pas le Jugement dernier. Il a lieu tous les jours. ~ Albert Camus,
1081:La lucha que mantenemos posee la certeza de la victoria porque tiene la obstinación de las primaveras ~ Albert Camus,
1082:No coração desta casa cheia de sonos, o queixume subiu lentamente, como uma flor nascida do silêncio. ~ Albert Camus,
1083:O my soul, do not aspire to immortal life, but exhaust the limits of the possible Pindar, Pythian iii ~ Albert Camus,
1084:One dies if necessary, one breaks rather than bending. But I bend, because I continue to love myself. ~ Albert Camus,
1085:Time flies so fast because it does not have any guidance. Like the moon in its zenith or the horizon. ~ Albert Camus,
1086:We live in a world where one needs to choose - to be the victim or the executioner, and nothing else. ~ Albert Camus,
1087:Whoever gives nothing, has nothing. The greatest misfortune is not to be unloved, but not to love.
   ~ Albert Camus,
1088:You must have a love, a great love, to ensure an alibi at unjustified despairs that conquer all of us ~ Albert Camus,
1089:Albert Camus. “Return to Tipasa,” The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays. Random House: New York, 1961, ~ Stephen Cope,
1090:Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable. ~ Albert Camus,
1091:Apoi a cerut voie să plece. Dorea să se culce. Viaţa lui se schimbase acum şi nu prea ştia ce să facă. ~ Albert Camus,
1092:I didn’t like having to explain to them, so I just shut up, smoked a cigarette, and looked at the sea. ~ Albert Camus,
1093:Je puis nier une chose sans me croire obligé de la salir ou de retirer aux autres le droit d'y croire. ~ Albert Camus,
1094:Naturally they don’t eschew such simpler pleasures as love-making, sea-bathing, going to the pictures. ~ Albert Camus,
1095:On my way out I was even going to shake his hand, but I remembered just in time that I'd killed a man. ~ Albert Camus,
1096:The absurd depends as much on man as on the world. For the moment, it is all that links them together. ~ Albert Camus,
1097:Tümüyle tinsel görünen, açık bir olgu vardır: İnsanın her zaman kendi gerçeklerinin pençesinde olduğu. ~ Albert Camus,
1098:You continue making the gestures commanded by existence for many reasons, the first of which is habit. ~ Albert Camus,
1099:Doubts are the innermost corner of our souls. One must not talk about his doubts, whatever they may be. ~ Albert Camus,
1100:Há sempre alguém mais prisioneiro que eu”, era a frase que resumia então a única
esperança possível. ~ Albert Camus,
1101:I shall tell you a great secret my friend. Do not wait for the last judgment, it takes place every day. ~ Albert Camus,
1102:La lutte elle-même vers les sommets suffit à remplir un cœur d'homme. Il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux. ~ Albert Camus,
1103:Likewise, every time somebody interjects to speak of my honesty there is someone who quivers inside me. ~ Albert Camus,
1104:l'immense majorité des meurtriers ne savaient pas, en se rasant le matin, qu'ils allaient tuer le soir. ~ Albert Camus,
1105:Mon mérite était nul : l'avidité qui, dans notre société, tient lieu d'ambition, m'a toujours fait rire ~ Albert Camus,
1106:Nous vivons avec des idées qui, si nous les éprouvions vraiment, devraient bouleverser toute notre vie. ~ Albert Camus,
1107:O my soul, do not aspire to immortal life, but exhaust the limits of the possible. —Pindar, Pythian iii ~ Albert Camus,
1108:This divorce between man and his life, the actor and his setting, is properly the feeling of absurdity. ~ Albert Camus,
1109:Without freedom, no art; art lives only on the restraints it imposes on itself, and dies of all others. ~ Albert Camus,
1110:Yes, we have lost track of the light, the mornings, the holy innocence of those who forgive themselves. ~ Albert Camus,
1111:You cannot acquire experience by making experiments. You cannot create experience. You must undergo it. ~ Albert Camus,
1112:Ah, mon cher, for anyone who is alone, without God and without a master, the weight of days is dreadful. ~ Albert Camus,
1113:Demekê yê were ku di navbera temaşevanbûn û piratîkê de divê yekê bibêjêrî...
Ev pîvana mirovbûnê ye! ~ Albert Camus,
1114:Forever I shall be a stranger to myself, kupo. In psychology as in logic, there are truths but no truth. ~ Albert Camus,
1115:For who would dare to assert that eternal happiness can compensate for a single moment's human suffering ~ Albert Camus,
1116:I am strangely tired, not from having talked so much but at the mere thought of what I still have to say ~ Albert Camus,
1117:I have never been able to renounce the light, the pleasure of being, and the freedom in which I grew up. ~ Albert Camus,
1118:I may not have been sure about what really did interest me, but I was absolutely sure about what didn't. ~ Albert Camus,
1119:In Oran, as elsewhere, for want of time and thought, people have to love one another without knowing it. ~ Albert Camus,
1120:Le jour finissait et c'était l'heure dont je ne veux pas parler, l'heure sans nom, où les bruits du soir ~ Albert Camus,
1121:Qu'importait si, accusé de meurtre, il était exécuté pour n'avoir pas pleuré à l'enterrement de sa mère. ~ Albert Camus,
1122:That is how I explained myself to the strange impression I had of being odd man out, a kind of intruder. ~ Albert Camus,
1123:The role of the intellectual cannot be to excuse the violence of one side and condemn that of the other. ~ Albert Camus,
1124:The struggle itself toward the heights is enough to fill a man's heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy. ~ Albert Camus,
1125:To think is first of all to create a world (or to limit one's own world, which comes to the same thing). ~ Albert Camus,
1126:VOINOV. — Comprendí que no bastaba denunciar la injusticia. Era
menester dar la vida para combatirla. ~ Albert Camus,
1127:What would become of the world if the condemned started to confide their heartaches to the executioners? ~ Albert Camus,
1128:You do not have to unburden your soul for everyone; it will be enough if you do that for those you love. ~ Albert Camus,
1129:Besides, I have to admit that whatever interest you can get people to take in you doesn’t last very long. ~ Albert Camus,
1130:Dans notre société tout homme qui ne pleure pas à l’enterrement de sa mère risque d’être condamné à mort. ~ Albert Camus,
1131:Diyebilirim ki size, gelecek yaşam üzerine bir konuşma, ölüme götürülen insanlar için hiçbir işe yaramaz. ~ Albert Camus,
1132:« Il y a toujours plus prisonnier que moi » était la phrase qui résumait alors le seul espoir possible. ~ Albert Camus,
1133:I'm embarrassed to receive you lying down. It's nothing: a slight temperature that I'm treating with gin. ~ Albert Camus,
1134:In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion."

[The Minotaur] ~ Albert Camus,
1135:I shall tell you a great secret, my friend. Do not wait for the last judgement, it takes place every day. ~ Albert Camus,
1136:… I suppose that it is not so easy to go home and it takes a bit of time to make a son out of a stranger. ~ Albert Camus,
1137:Meslek ya da eğilim gereği insan üzerinde çok düşündüğümüz zaman primat maymunlara özlem duyduğumuz olur. ~ Albert Camus,
1138:On my way out I was even going to shake his hand, but just in time, I remembered that I had killed a man. ~ Albert Camus,
1139:The struggle itself towards the heights is enough to fill a man's heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy. ~ Albert Camus,
1140:Thus each of us had to be content to live only for the day, alone under the vast indifference of the sky. ~ Albert Camus,
1141:What did it matter if he existed for two or for twenty years? Happiness was the fact that he had existed. ~ Albert Camus,
1142:Albert Camus wrote, “In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. ~ Martha N Beck,
1143:Al principio y al final de una catástrofe se suele hacer retórica. En medio, uno se acostumbra a la verdad ~ Albert Camus,
1144:If it were sufficient to love, things would be too easy. The more one loves the stronger the absurd grows. ~ Albert Camus,
1145:No one who lives in the sunlight of gratitude that things aren't worse makes a failure of his or her life. ~ Albert Camus,
1146:Solo se embellece lo que se ama, y la muerte nos repugna y nos cansa. También a ella hay que conquistarla. ~ Albert Camus,
1147:The absurd is born of this confrontation between the human need and the unreasonable silence of the world. ~ Albert Camus,
1148:The beginning of war is similar to the beginning of peace — the world and the heart know nothing about it. ~ Albert Camus,
1149:The fountain-head of rebellion, on the contrary, is the principle of
superabundant activity and energy. ~ Albert Camus,
1150:They knew now that if there is one thing one can always yearn for, and sometimes attain, it is human love. ~ Albert Camus,
1151:They were assured, of course, of the inerrable equality of death, but nobody wanted that kind of equality. ~ Albert Camus,
1152:Together again, Marie and I swam out a ways, and we felt a closeness as we moved in unison and were happy. ~ Albert Camus,
1153:Truth, like light, blinds. Falsehood, on the contrary, is a beautiful twilight that enhances every object. ~ Albert Camus,
1154:Una manera cómoda de conocer una ciudad es averiguar cómo se trabaja en ella, cómo se ama y cómo se muere. ~ Albert Camus,
1155:You know that even very intelligent people glory in being able to empty one bottle more than the next man. ~ Albert Camus,
1156:Albert Camus once said that ‘Real generosity toward the future consists in giving all to what is present. ~ Robin S Sharma,
1157:as if familiar paths traced in summer skies could lead as easily to prison as to the sleep of the innocent. ~ Albert Camus,
1158:A writer writes to a great extent to be read (let's admire those who say they don't, but not believe them). ~ Albert Camus,
1159:Beauty, no doubt, does not make revolutions. But a day will come when revolutions will have need of beauty. ~ Albert Camus,
1160:Believe me, for certain men at least, not taking what one doesn't desire is the hardest thing in the world. ~ Albert Camus,
1161:Dünyada hiçbir şey insanın sevdiğinden vazgeçmesine değmez. Oysa nedenini bilmeden ben de bundan vazgeçtim. ~ Albert Camus,
1162:El modo más cómodo de conocer una ciudad es averiguar cómo se trabaja en ella, cómo se ama y cómo se muere. ~ Albert Camus,
1163:En donnant trop d'importance aux belles actions, on rend finalement un hommage indirect et puissant au mal. ~ Albert Camus,
1164:I loved them, according to the hallowed expression, which amounts to saying that I never loved any of them. ~ Albert Camus,
1165:I love life - that’s my real weakness. I love it so much that I am incapable of imagining what is not life. ~ Albert Camus,
1166:In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.—Albert Camus ~ Mary Ellen Taylor,
1167:... I suppose that it is not so easy to go home and it takes a bit of time to make a son out of a stranger. ~ Albert Camus,
1168:Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. ~ Albert Camus,
1169:Liberty coincides with heroism. It is the asceticism of the great man, "the bow bent to the breaking-point. ~ Albert Camus,
1170:My dear friend, we mustn't give them even the slightest excuse to judge us! Otherwise, we end up in pieces. ~ Albert Camus,
1171:...this precisely was the most disheartening thing: that the habit of despair is worse than despair itself. ~ Albert Camus,
1172:We are like he who the gods have condemned to push the boulder up the hill only to watch it roll back down. ~ Albert Camus,
1173:What’s true of all the evils in the world is true of plague as well. It helps men to rise above themselves. ~ Albert Camus,
1174:Ce silence intérieur qui m’accompagne, il naît de la course lente qui mène la journée à cette autre journée. ~ Albert Camus,
1175:comment faire comprendre d'ailleurs qu'un enfant pauvre puisse avoir parfois honte sans jamais rien envier ? ~ Albert Camus,
1176:I asked what sort of 'trouble' we might expect. That he couldn't say; disasters always come out of the blue. ~ Albert Camus,
1177:I felt as though I was partly unlearning what i had never learned and yet knew so well: I mean, how to live. ~ Albert Camus,
1178:I knew that I had shattered the harmony of the day, the exceptional silence of a beach where I'd been happy. ~ Albert Camus,
1179:Il rêvait et il voulait mentir, on lui a coupé la langue pour que sa parole ne vienne plus tromper le monde. ~ Albert Camus,
1180:In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer. —Albert Camus ~ Mary Ellen Taylor,
1181:In the middle of winter I at last discovered that there was in me an invincible summer,” wrote Albert Camus, ~ Stephen Cope,
1182:Kita tidak pernah punya waktu untuk menjadi diri kita sendiri. Kita hanya punya waktu untuk menjadi bahagia. ~ Albert Camus,
1183:La lucha por llegar a las cumbres basta para llenar un corazón de hombre. Hay que imaginarse a Sísifo feliz. ~ Albert Camus,
1184:Martyrs, my friend, have to choose between being forgotten, mocked or used. As for being understood - never. ~ Albert Camus,
1185:Men are convinced of your arguments, your sincerity, and the seriousness of your efforts only by your death. ~ Albert Camus,
1186:There are plagues, and there are victims, and it's the duty of good men not to join forces with the plagues. ~ Albert Camus,
1187:And never have I felt so deeply at one and the same time so detached from myself and so present in the world. ~ Albert Camus,
1188:how hard it must be to live only with what one knows and what one remembers, cut off from what one hopes for! ~ Albert Camus,
1189:Humans are creatures, who spent their lifes trying to convince themselves, that their existence is not absurd ~ Albert Camus,
1190:I have a liking for energy and conquests. But I soon tire of what I have obtained. This is my great weakness. ~ Albert Camus,
1191:I know that man is capable of great deeds. But if he isn't capable of great emotion, well, he leaves me cold. ~ Albert Camus,
1192:In art, rebellion is consummated and perpetuated in the act of real creation, not in criticism or commentary. ~ Albert Camus,
1193:I was comfortable in all, I admit, but at the same time, nothing satisfied me. Each joy made me seek another. ~ Albert Camus,
1194:Singurul lucru care mă interesează, i-am spus, este să-mi găsesc liniştea interioară.
M-a înţeles perfect. ~ Albert Camus,
1195:The Four Conditions of Happiness: Life in the open air, Love for another being,Freedom from ambition,Creation ~ Albert Camus,
1196:The moment of despair is alone, pure, sure of itself, pitiless in its consequences. It has a merciless power. ~ Albert Camus,
1197:Un homme est plus un homme par les choses qu’il tait que par celles qu’il dit.
(le mythe de sisyphe,1942). ~ Albert Camus,
1198:Uyumsuz tanınmış, benimsenmiştir, insan ona boyun eğer, ama biliriz ki, bu andan sonra, uyumsuz yoktur artık. ~ Albert Camus,
1199:All who, while unable to be saints but refusing to bow down to pestilences, strive their utmost to be healers. ~ Albert Camus,
1200:A part ces ennuis, je n'étais pas trop malheureux. Toute la question, encore une fois, était de tuer le temps. ~ Albert Camus,
1201:As always, whenever I want to get rid of someone I'm not really listening to, I made it appear as if I agreed. ~ Albert Camus,
1202:As a remedy to life in society I would suggest the big city. Nowadays, it is the only desert within our means. ~ Albert Camus,
1203:...as if familiar paths traced in summer skies could lead as easily to prison as to the sleep of the innocent. ~ Albert Camus,
1204:Certaines personnes parlent pendant leur sommeil, les conférenciers eux parlent pendant le sommeil des autres. ~ Albert Camus,
1205:Compreendi então que um homem que houvesse vivido um único dia, poderia sem custo passar cem anos numa prisão. ~ Albert Camus,
1206:I realized, through it all, that.. in the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus,
1207:O cansaço está no final dos atos de uma vida mecânica, mas inaugura ao mesmo tempo o movimento da consciência. ~ Albert Camus,
1208:O mundo nos escapa porque volta a ser ele mesmo. Esses cenários mascarados pelo hábito tornam a ser o que são. ~ Albert Camus,
1209:There was a worried little smile on her face. But my heart felt nothing, and I couldn’t even return her smile. ~ Albert Camus,
1210:These are facts the heart can feel; yet they call for careful study before they become clear to the intellect. ~ Albert Camus,
1211:They always think one commits suicide for a reason. But it’s quite possible to commit suicide for two reasons. ~ Albert Camus,
1212:They considered themselves free and no one will ever be free as long as there is plague, pestilence and famine ~ Albert Camus,
1213:A lot of jobs don't allow you to be who you are. There is dignity in work only when it is work freely accepted. ~ Albert Camus,
1214:But every
kind of socialism is Utopian, most of all scientific socialism. Utopia replaces God by the future. ~ Albert Camus,
1215:Ce que je sais de la morale, c'est au football que je le dois. (I know of morality, it is football that I owe.) ~ Albert Camus,
1216:I cannot believe that everything must be subordinated to a single end. There are means which cannot be excused. ~ Albert Camus,
1217:In the end, man is not entirely guilty — he did not start history. Nor is he wholly innocent — he continues it. ~ Albert Camus,
1218:On entendait alors les véhicules cahoter encore dans la nuit d’été, avec leur chargement de fleurs et de morts. ~ Albert Camus,
1219:the mind that aims to understand reality can consider itself satisfied only by reducing it to terms of thought. ~ Albert Camus,
1220:There always comes a time when one must choose between contemplation and action. This is called becoming a man. ~ Albert Camus,
1221:There will be no lasting peace either in the heart of individuals or in social customs until death is outlawed. ~ Albert Camus,
1222:Toujours est-il qu’après de longues études sur moi-même, j’ai mis au jour la duplicité profonde de la créature. ~ Albert Camus,
1223:And never have I felt so deeply
at one and the same time so detached from myself and so present in the world. ~ Albert Camus,
1224:An intellectual is someone whose mind watches itself. I am happy to be both halves, the watcher and the watched. ~ Albert Camus,
1225:Anyway it was an idea of mother's and she often used to repeat it, that you ended up getting used to everything. ~ Albert Camus,
1226:A profound thought is in a constant state of becoming; it adopts the experience of a life and assumes its shape. ~ Albert Camus,
1227:As always, when I want to get rid of people I'm barely listening to, I try to look as if I'm agreeing with them. ~ Albert Camus,
1228:But deep in my heart I know that the most wretched among you have seen a divine face emerge from their darkness. ~ Albert Camus,
1229:I explained to him, however, that my nature was such that my physical needs often got in the way of my feelings. ~ Albert Camus,
1230:In this flowering of air this fertility of the heavens it seemed as if a mans one duty was to live and be happy. ~ Albert Camus,
1231:[...] mindig van egy órája a napnak meg az éjszakának, amikor valaki gyáva, s hogy ő csupán ettől az órától fél. ~ Albert Camus,
1232:No longer were there individual destinies; only a collective destiny, made of plague and emotions shared by all. ~ Albert Camus,
1233:Non è a forza di scrupoli che un uomo diventerà grande. La grandezza arriva, a Dio piacendo, come un bel giorno. ~ Albert Camus,
1234:Norint susipažinti su kuriuo nors miestu, pravartu pasidairyti, kaip ten dirbama, kaip mylimasi ir kaip mirštama ~ Albert Camus,
1235:O absurdo é essencialmente um divórcio. Não está num nem outro dos elementos comparados. Nasce do seu confronto. ~ Albert Camus,
1236:So the thing that bothered me most was that the condemned man had to hope the machine would work the first time. ~ Albert Camus,
1237:stupidity has a knack of getting its way; as we should see if we were not always so much wrapped up in ourselves ~ Albert Camus,
1238:There have been as many plagues as wars in history; yet always plagues and wars take people equally by surprise. ~ Albert Camus,
1239:When love ceases to be tragic it is something else and the individual again throws himself in search of tragedy. ~ Albert Camus,
1240:And just then it crossed my mind that one might fire, or not fire—and it would come to absolutely the same thing. ~ Albert Camus,
1241:Anyway, it was one of Maman's ideas, and she often repeated it, that after a while you could get used to anything ~ Albert Camus,
1242:A writer has some hope even if he is not appreciated. He assumes that his works will bear witness to what he was. ~ Albert Camus,
1243:Every artist thus keeps within himself a single source which nourishes during his lifetime what he is and what he ~ Albert Camus,
1244:How intoxicating to feel like God the Father and to hand out definitive testimonials of bad character and habits. ~ Albert Camus,
1245:It is necessary to fall in love – the better to provide an alibi for all the despair we are going to feel anyway. ~ Albert Camus,
1246:L'uomo non è del tutto colpevole, poiché non ha cominciato la storia; né del tutto innocente, poiché la continua. ~ Albert Camus,
1247:-Nada en el mundo merece que se aparte uno de los que ama. Y sin embargo, yo también me aparto sin saber por qué. ~ Albert Camus,
1248:Ou não somos livres e o responsável pelo mal é Deus todo-poderoso, ou somos livres, mas Deus não é todo-poderoso. ~ Albert Camus,
1249:To impoverish that reality whose inhumanity constitutes man’s majesty is tantamount to impoverishing him himself. ~ Albert Camus,
1250:Vetëm ekuilibri midis të vërtetave dhe lirizmit mund të na lejojë të përfitojmë njëkohësisht emocion dhe qartësi. ~ Albert Camus,
1251:What does eternity matter to me? To lose the touch of flowers and women's hands - that is the supreme separation! ~ Albert Camus,
1252:You will always win if you make an effort, no matter how much. However, if you failed it means you were too lazy. ~ Albert Camus,
1253:As Albert Camus put it: “In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. ~ Joan D Chittister,
1254:At times I feel myself overtaken by an immense tenderness for these people around me who live in the same century. ~ Albert Camus,
1255:Ce que je sais de la morale, c'est au football que je le dois.
(I know of morality, it is football that I owe.) ~ Albert Camus,
1256:Each of us insists on being innocent at all cost, even if he has to accuse the whole human race and heaven itself. ~ Albert Camus,
1257:Germany collapsed as a result of having engaged in a struggle for empire with the concepts of provincial politics. ~ Albert Camus,
1258:God is not necessary to create culpability, or to punish. Our fellow men are enough for that, helped by ourselves. ~ Albert Camus,
1259:J'écoutais mon cœur. Je ne pouvais imaginer que ce bruit qui m'accompagnait depuis si longtemps pût jamais cesser. ~ Albert Camus,
1260:Mind you, do not think that my affection for you is blind. You have great, very great faults, at least in my eyes. ~ Albert Camus,
1261:Remembrance of things past is just for the rich. For the poor it only marks the faint traces on the path to death. ~ Albert Camus,
1262:Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee? But in the end one needs more courage to live than to kill himself. ~ Albert Camus,
1263:Si es necesario morir se muere, antes romperse que doblegarse. Yo, en cambio, me doblego, porque sigo queriéndome. ~ Albert Camus,
1264:Thanks. I don’t want to die, and I shall put up a fight. But if I lose the match, I want to make a good end of it. ~ Albert Camus,
1265:The absurd enlightens me on this point: there is no future.
Henceforth this is the reason for my inner freedom. ~ Albert Camus,
1266:There is nothing abstract about pain. It is specific, it is real, and, when it is intense, it is world destroying. ~ Albert Camus,
1267:The work of art is born of the intelligence's refusal to reason the concrete. It marks the triumph of the carnal. ~ Albert Camus,
1268:We always deceive ourselves twice about the people we love - first to their advantage, then to their disadvantage. ~ Albert Camus,
1269:We do not know how to eliminate evil, but we do know how to feed some of the hungry and heal some of the infirmed. ~ Albert Camus,
1270:What I believe to be true I must therefore preserve. What seems to me so obvious, even against me, I must support. ~ Albert Camus,
1271:When leaving, I very nearly held out my hand and said, “Good-by”; just in time I remembered that I’d killed a man. ~ Albert Camus,
1272:But now the artist is in the amphitheatre. Of necessity, his voice is not quite the same; it is not nearly so firm. ~ Albert Camus,
1273:I didn't say anything, and he asked me again if i wanted to be pals. I said it was fine with me: he seemed pleased. ~ Albert Camus,
1274:If, after all, men cannot always make history have a meaning, they can always act so that their own lives have one. ~ Albert Camus,
1275:If there were a party of those who aren't sure they're right, I'd belong to it.
(as quoted by Tony Judt) ~ Albert Camus,
1276:There lay the real danger; for the energy they devoted to fighting the disease made them all the more liable to it. ~ Albert Camus,
1277:To insure the adoration of a theorem for any length of time, faith is not enough, a police force is needed as well. ~ Albert Camus,
1278:Viene sempre il momento in cui bisogna scegliere fra la contemplazione e l'azione. Ciò si chiama diventare un uomo. ~ Albert Camus,
1279:We refuse to despair of mankind. Without having the unreasonable ambition to save men, we still want to serve them. ~ Albert Camus,
1280:At Oran, as elsewhere, for lack of time and thinking, people have to love one another without knowing much about it. ~ Albert Camus,
1281:A writer cannot put himself today in service of those who make history; he is at the service of those who suffer it. ~ Albert Camus,
1282:C'est que les rats meurent dans la rue et les hommes dans leur chambre. Et les journaux ne s'occupent que de la rue. ~ Albert Camus,
1283:How many crimes have been committed for no other reason than that the perpetrator could not bear being in the wrong! ~ Albert Camus,
1284:I feel like getting married, or committing suicide, or subscribing to L'Illustration. Something desperate, you know. ~ Albert Camus,
1285:I used to advertise my loyalty and I don't believe there is a single person I loved that I didn't eventually betray. ~ Albert Camus,
1286:Kalbimi dinliyordum. Bu kadar uzun zamandan beri bana yoldaşlık eden bu gürültünün kesilebileceğini aklım almıyordu. ~ Albert Camus,
1287:N'avez vous donc aucun espoir et vivez vous avec la pensée que vous allez mourir tout entier ? – Oui, ai-je répondu. ~ Albert Camus,
1288:Perché un pensiero cambi il mondo, bisogna che cambi prima la vita di colui che lo esprime. Che si cambi in esempio. ~ Albert Camus,
1289:Retaliation is related to nature and instinct, not to law. Law, by definition, cannot obey the same rules as nature. ~ Albert Camus,
1290:She had put on a white linen dress and let her hair down. I told her she was beautiful and she laughed with delight. ~ Albert Camus,
1291:The absurd is essentially a divorce. It lies in neither of the elements compared; it is born of their confrontation. ~ Albert Camus,
1292:The best are led to make greater demands upon themselves. As for those who succumb, they did not deserve to survive. ~ Albert Camus,
1293:The most exhausting effort in my life has been to suppress my own nature in order to make it serve my biggest plans. ~ Albert Camus,
1294:The political movements, or ideologies, inspired by Hegel are all united in
the ostensible abandonment of virtue. ~ Albert Camus,
1295:The struggle to reach the top is itself enough to fulfill the heart of man. One must believe that Sisyphus is happy. ~ Albert Camus,
1296:To abandon oneself to principles is really to die - and to die for an impossible love which is the contrary of love. ~ Albert Camus,
1297:Vous savez ce qu'est le charme:
une manière de s'entendre répondre oui
sans avoir posé aucune question claire. ~ Albert Camus,
1298:What must be remembered in any case is that secret complicity that joins the logical and the everyday to the tragic. ~ Albert Camus,
1299:Alles wat de mens kon winnen in het spel van de pest en het leven was iets te leren kennen en het zich te herinneren. ~ Albert Camus,
1300:Las plagas, en efecto, son una cosa común pero es difícil creer en las plagas cuando las ve uno caer sobre su cabeza. ~ Albert Camus,
1301:Le chrétien saurait s'abandonner à la volonté divine, même incompréhensiblement: on ne pouvait dire, cela je comprend ~ Albert Camus,
1302:No puede haber absurdo por fuera de un espíritu humano. Así, lo absurdo termina, como todas las cosas, con la muerte. ~ Albert Camus,
1303:Stupidity has a knack of getting its way; as we should see if we were
not always so much wrapped up in ourselves. ~ Albert Camus,
1304:There is a moral to it. It teaches that a man defines himself by his make-believe as well as by his sincere impulses. ~ Albert Camus,
1305:The world in which we were called to exist was an absurd world, and there was no other in which we could take refuge. ~ Albert Camus,
1306:The young don't know that experience is a defeat and that we must lose everything in order to win a little knowledge. ~ Albert Camus,
1307:The young don’t know that experience is a defeat and that we must lose everything in order to win a little knowledge. ~ Albert Camus,
1308:Acabou-se o jogo, acabou-se o teatro, eu me encontrava, sem dúvida, com a verdade. Mas a verdade, caro amigo, assusta. ~ Albert Camus,
1309:Albert Camus dijo una vez que «la verdadera generosidad para con el futuro consiste en entregarlo todo al presente». ~ Robin S Sharma,
1310:And indeed it could be said that once the faintest stirring of hope became possible, the dominion of plague was ended. ~ Albert Camus,
1311:for the first time, in that night alive with signs and stars, I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world. ~ Albert Camus,
1312:History is distinguished
from nature precisely by the fact that it transforms science and passion by means of will. ~ Albert Camus,
1313:How unbearable, for women, is the tenderness which a man can give them without love. For men, how bittersweet this is. ~ Albert Camus,
1314:I know that heaven, which was indifferent to your horrible victories, will be equally indifferent to your just defeat. ~ Albert Camus,
1315:I was very fond of you, but now I’m so, so tired. I’m not happy to go, but one needn't be happy to make another start. ~ Albert Camus,
1316:I would listen to my heartbeat. I couldn’t imagine that this sound which had been with me for so long could ever stop. ~ Albert Camus,
1317:Men are never really willing to die except for the sake of freedom: therefore they do not believe in dying completely. ~ Albert Camus,
1318:Nature is a burning and frigid, transparent and limited universe in which nothing is possible but everything is given. ~ Albert Camus,
1319:Politics and the fate of mankind are shaped by men without greatness. Those who possess greatness are not in politics. ~ Albert Camus,
1320:Somebody has to have the last word. If not, every argument could be opposed by another and we'd never be done with it. ~ Albert Camus,
1321:The primordial sea indefatigably repeats the same words and casts up the same astonished beings on the same sea-shore. ~ Albert Camus,
1322:The world is never quiet, even its silence eternally resounds with the same notes, in vibrations that escape our ears. ~ Albert Camus,
1323:Tout re volutionnaire finit en oppresseur ou en he re tique. Every revolutionary ends as an oppressor or a heretic. ~ Albert Camus,
1324:A existência inteira, para um homem afastado do eterno, não passa de uma imitação desmesurada sob a máscara do absurdo. ~ Albert Camus,
1325:After that, everything seemed to happen so fast, so deliberately, so naturally that I don't remember any of it anymore. ~ Albert Camus,
1326:Every artist thus keeps within himself a single source which nourishes during his lifetime what he is and what he says. ~ Albert Camus,
1327:Friendship is not so easy: it’s long and hard to win, but when it’s there, you can’t get rid of it, you have to made do ~ Albert Camus,
1328:Here is the faithful night, the cool night which I called for amid the noise of lights, drink and the tumult of desire. ~ Albert Camus,
1329:If pimps and thieves everywhere were always punished, honest people would all believe themselves always to be innocent. ~ Albert Camus,
1330:I lived from day to day with no continuity other than me-me-me. (...) The only thing that I ever remembered was myself. ~ Albert Camus,
1331:În orice caz, eu poate nu eram sigur de ceea ce mă interesează cu adevărat, dar ştiam precis ceea ce nu mă interesează. ~ Albert Camus,
1332:is essential to be sure of these facts in order to be able to question oneself subsequently on the primordial question. ~ Albert Camus,
1333:It is necessary to fall in love... if only to provide an alibi for all the random despair you are going to feel anyway. ~ Albert Camus,
1334:Logic founded on passions reverses the traditional sequence of reasoning and places the conclusion before the premises. ~ Albert Camus,
1335:Our purpose is to find out whether innocence, the moment it becomes involved in an action, can avoid committing murder. ~ Albert Camus,
1336:To state quite simply what we learn in time of pestilence: that there are more things to admire in men than to despise. ~ Albert Camus,
1337:Truth, like light, is blinding. Lies, on the other hand, are a beautiful dusk, which enhances the value of each object. ~ Albert Camus,
1338:We are at home in our games because it is the only place we know just what we are supposed to do,” Albert Camus once said. ~ Anonymous,
1339:A symbol always transcends the one who makes use of it and makes him say in reality more than he is aware of expressing. ~ Albert Camus,
1340:Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. ~ Albert Camus,
1341:Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. ~ Albert Camus,
1342:Don’t walk in front of me… I may not follow
Don’t walk behind me… I may not lead
Walk beside me… just be my friend ~ Albert Camus,
1343:...he broke in and wanted to know how I imagined this other life. So I shouted: 'A life that would remind me of this one ~ Albert Camus,
1344:I couldn't quite understand how an ordinary man's good qualities could become crushing accusations against a guilty man. ~ Albert Camus,
1345:Ils parlent pour ne pas s'écouter. S'ils s'écouteraient, ils sauraient qu'ils ne sont rien et ne pourraient plus parler. ~ Albert Camus,
1346:In any case, the one man paved the way for the deeds of the other, in a sense foreshadowed and even legitimized by them. ~ Albert Camus,
1347:J'étais à l'aise en tout, il est vrai, mais en même temps satisfait de rien. Chaque joie m'en faisait désirer une autre. ~ Albert Camus,
1348:L'absurde est la notion essentielle et la premie' re ve? rite? . The absurd is the fundamental idea and the first truth. ~ Albert Camus,
1349:Likewise the mind that aims to understand reality can consider itself satisfied only by reducing it to terms of thought. ~ Albert Camus,
1350:Living this way, in his own presence, time took on its most extreme dimensions, and each hour seemed to contain a world. ~ Albert Camus,
1351:Love is never strong enough to find the words befitting it. Thus he and his mother would always love eachother silently. ~ Albert Camus,
1352:Men are never convinced of your reasons, of your sincerity, of the seriousness of your sufferings, except by your death. ~ Albert Camus,
1353:Revolutionary criticism condemns the novel in its pure form as being simply a means of escape for an idle
imagination ~ Albert Camus,
1354:Tevoren waren zij, die leden om een afwezige, niet werkelijk ongelukkig geweest; over hun leed viel een glans van licht. ~ Albert Camus,
1355:That is love, to give away everything, to sacrifice everything, without the slightest desire to get anything in return.3 ~ Albert Camus,
1356:Thinking is learning all over again how to see, directing one's consciousness, making of every image a privileged place. ~ Albert Camus,
1357:..um homem se julga sempre pelo equilíbrio que obtém entre as necessidades de seu corpo e as exigências de seu espírito. ~ Albert Camus,
1358:A moment later she asked me if I loved her. I said that sort of question had no meaning, really; but I supposed I didn’t. ~ Albert Camus,
1359:At the same time she seemed to be recovering her roots, and the sap rose anew in her body, which was no longer trembling. ~ Albert Camus,
1360:El equilibrio de evidencia y lirismo es lo único que puede permitirnos llegar al mismo tiempo a la emoción y la claridad. ~ Albert Camus,
1361:Essay on tragedy.
(1) The silence of Prometheus.
(2) The Elizabethans.
(3) Moliere.
(4) The spirit of revolt. ~ Albert Camus,
1362:Faust dünyanın nimetlerini istiyordu; elini uzatması yeterdi zavallının. Ruhunu sevindirmesini bilmemek de onu satmaktır. ~ Albert Camus,
1363:In truth, I was so good at being a man, with such plenitude and simplicity, that I thought I was something of a superman. ~ Albert Camus,
1364:No code of ethics and no effort are justifiable a priori in the face of the cruel mathematics that command our condition. ~ Albert Camus,
1365:One plays at being immortal and after a few weeks one doesn't even know whether or not one can hang on till the next day. ~ Albert Camus,
1366:So I learned that after a single day's experience of the outside world a man could easily live a hundred years in prison. ~ Albert Camus,
1367:The moment despair is alone, pure, sure of itself, pitiless in its consequences, it has a merciless power. Albert Camus ~ Alistair Horne,
1368:The spirit of rebellion can exist only in a society where a theoretical equality conceals great factual inequalities. The ~ Albert Camus,
1369:Un fel comod de a face cunoștință cu un oraș este să cauți să afli cum se muncește în el, cum se iubește și cum se moare. ~ Albert Camus,
1370:What struck me most about their faces was that I couldn't see their eyes, just a faint, dull light in a nest of wrinkles. ~ Albert Camus,
1371:But the world itself has no reason, and I can say so, I who have experienced it all, from the creation to the destruction. ~ Albert Camus,
1372:Catherine!Şu beylik lafı bilirsin:'Dünyaya yeniden gelseydim,' işte ben de yaşamıma bugün olduğu yerden başlamak isterdim. ~ Albert Camus,
1373:Comprendí entonces que un hombre que no hubiera vivido más que un solo día podía vivir fácilmente cien años en una cárcel. ~ Albert Camus,
1374:Daru felt a sudden wrath against the man, against all men with their rotten spite, their tireless hates, their blood lust. ~ Albert Camus,
1375:Die Kraft haben, das zu wählen, was einem am wichtigsten ist, und dabei zu bleiben. Andernfalls ist es besser, man stirbt. ~ Albert Camus,
1376:every time it seems to me that I’ve grasped the deep meaning of the world, it is its simplicity that always overwhelms me. ~ Albert Camus,
1377:If those whom we begin to love could know us as we were before meeting them they could perceive what they have made of us. ~ Albert Camus,
1378:I like people who dream or talk to themselves interminably; I like them, for they are double. They are here and elsewhere. ~ Albert Camus,
1379:Il n’y a pas longtemps, c’étaient les mauvaises actions qui demandaient à être justifiées, aujourd’hui ce sont les bonnes. ~ Albert Camus,
1380:In our well-policed society we recognize that an illness is serious from the fact that we don't dare speak of it directly. ~ Albert Camus,
1381:Matarse es, en cierto sentido y como en el melodrama, confesar. Es confesar que la vida nos supera o que no la entendemos. ~ Albert Camus,
1382:Men like you and me who in the morning patted children on the head would a few hours later become meticulous executioners. ~ Albert Camus,
1383:The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion. ~ Albert Camus,
1384:The principle can be established that for a man who does not cheat what he believes to be true must determine his actions. ~ Albert Camus,
1385:We must all know that each mediocrity, each surrender, each act of complacency will harm us as much as the enemy's rifles. ~ Albert Camus,
1386:What is a rebel? Someone who says no. But saying no does not mean giving up: it also means saying yes, with every gesture. ~ Albert Camus,
1387:Why, because an author has more rights than ordinary people, as everybody
knows. People will stand much more from him. ~ Albert Camus,
1388:A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press will never be anything but bad. ~ Albert Camus,
1389:Against eternal injustice, man must assert justice, and to protest against the universe of grief, he must create happiness. ~ Albert Camus,
1390:Báo chí tự do, dĩ nhiên, có thể tốt cũng có thể xấu, nhưng hầu như chắc chắn nếu không có tự do, báo chí chỉ có thể là xấu. ~ Albert Camus,
1391:Beyond the curve of his days he glimpsed neither superhuman happiness nor eternity--happiness was human, eternity ordinary. ~ Albert Camus,
1392:El cansancio es una especie de locura. Y hay horas en esta ciudad en las que no siento más que rebeldía. (Rieux a Paneloux) ~ Albert Camus,
1393:Freedom of the press is perhaps the freedom that has suffered the most from the gradual degradation of the idea of liberty. ~ Albert Camus,
1394:From Paul to Stalin, the popes who have chosen Caesar have prepared the way for Caesars who quickly learn to despise popes. ~ Albert Camus,
1395:He had been unfair: while his imagination and vanity had given her too much importance, his pride had given her too little. ~ Albert Camus,
1396:I do not have much liking for the too famous existential philosophy, and, to tell the truth, I think its conclusions false. ~ Albert Camus,
1397:...I had never been able to truly feel remorse for anything. My mind was always on what was coming next, today or tomorrow. ~ Albert Camus,
1398:Poverty kept me from thinking all was well under the sun and in history; the sun taught me that history was not everything. ~ Albert Camus,
1399:The act of love . . . is a confession. Selfishness screams aloud, vanity shows off, or else true generosity reveals itself. ~ Albert Camus,
1400:Tomorrow, he was longing for tomorrow, whereas everything in him ought to reject it. That revolt of the flesh is the absurd ~ Albert Camus,
1401:Ale zawsze nadchodzi godzina w historii, kiedy ten, co ośmiela się powiedzieć, że dwa i dwa to cztery, jest karany śmiercią. ~ Albert Camus,
1402:As the death of the writer exaggerates the role of his work, the death of a person exaggerates the role of his effect on us. ~ Albert Camus,
1403:If those whom we begin to love could know us as we were before meeting them … they could perceive what they have made of us. ~ Albert Camus,
1404:If those whom we begin to love could know us as we were before meeting them...they could perceive what they have made of us. ~ Albert Camus,
1405:La urma urmei, mint când spun că n-am iubit niciodată. Toată viaţa am avut totuşi o mare dragoste: dragostea de mine însumi. ~ Albert Camus,
1406:La vérité c'est comme la lumière, aveugle. Le mensonge, au contraire, est un beau crépuscule qui met chaque objet en valeur. ~ Albert Camus,
1407:« L'homme n'est pas entièrement coupable : il n'a pas commencé l'histoire ; ni tout à fait innocent, puisqu'il la continue » ~ Albert Camus,
1408:Likewise and during every day of an unillustrious life, time carries us. But a moment always comes when we have to carry it. ~ Albert Camus,
1409:Öteki hayat hakkında ne düşündüğümü sordu. Ben de ona "öyle bir hayat ki, onu yaşarken, bu hayatımı hatırlayabileyim" dedim. ~ Albert Camus,
1410:Tell me about yourselves and describe the sun to a miserable wretch who has no roots anywhere and who remains your faithful. ~ Albert Camus,
1411:The danger of lectures is that they create the illusion of teaching for teachers, and the illusion of learning for learners. ~ Albert Camus,
1412:As for me, I longed to love as some people long to cry. I felt that every hour I slept now would be an hour stolen from life. ~ Albert Camus,
1413:friendship is a knowledge acquired by free men. And there is no freedom without intelligence or without mutual understanding. ~ Albert Camus,
1414:Human rebellion ends in metaphysical revolution. It progresses from appearances to acts, from the dandy to the revolutionary. ~ Albert Camus,
1415:I know. I’m sorry. But weariness is a kind of madness. And there are times when the only feeling I have is one of mad revolt. ~ Albert Camus,
1416:In the world there is, parallel to the force of death and constraint, an enormous force of persuasion that is called culture. ~ Albert Camus,
1417:I was assailed by memories of a life that wasn't mine anymore, but one in which I'd found the simplest and most lasting joys. ~ Albert Camus,
1418:La lutte elle-même vers les sommets suffit à remplir un cœur d'homme. Il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux. (Le Mythe de Sisyphe) ~ Albert Camus,
1419:Le explique, sin embargo, que yo era de tal naturaleza que mis necesidades físicas alteraban con frecuencia mis sentimientos. ~ Albert Camus,
1420:Our civilization survives in the complacency of cowardly or malignant minds -- a sacrifice to the vanity of aging adolescents ~ Albert Camus,
1421:Von den Küsten Afrikas aus, wo ich geboren wurde, sieht man das Gesicht Europas besser. Und man weiß, dass es nicht schön ist ~ Albert Camus,
1422:You will never be able to experience everything. So, please, do poetical justice to your soul and simply experience yourself. ~ Albert Camus,
1423:Absolute virtue is impossible and the republic of forgiveness leads, with implacable logic, to the republic of the guillotine. ~ Albert Camus,
1424:Don't walk behind me, I may not lead.
Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow.
Just walk beside me and be my friend. ~ Albert Camus,
1425:If absolute truth belongs to anyone in this world, it certainly does not belong to the man or party that claims to possess it. ~ Albert Camus,
1426:It is worth noting that the language peculiar to totalitarian doctrines is always: a scholastic or
administrative language. ~ Albert Camus,
1427:Quanto a mim, não queria que ninguém me ajudasse e justamente faltava-me tempo para me interessar pelo que não me interessava. ~ Albert Camus,
1428:Revolution, in order to be creative, cannot do without either a moral or metaphysical rule to balance the insanity of history. ~ Albert Camus,
1429:Si une angoisse encore m'étreint, c'est de sentir cet impalpable instant glisser entre mes doigts comme les perles du mercure. ~ Albert Camus,
1430:Their pleasures are fierce and their sleep impenetrable. And they know that the body has a soul in which the soul has no part. ~ Albert Camus,
1431:There is the good and the bad, the great and the low, the just and the unjust. I swear to you that all that will never change. ~ Albert Camus,
1432:To a man devoid of blinders, there is no finer sight than that of the intelligence at grips with a reality that transcends it. ~ Albert Camus,
1433:What made me run away was doubtless not so much the fear of settling down, but of settling down permanently in something ugly. ~ Albert Camus,
1434:When one has once had the good luck to love intensely, life is spent in trying to recapture that ardour and that illumination. ~ Albert Camus,
1435:All normal people -I added as on afterthought- had more or less desired the death of those they loved, at some time or another. ~ Albert Camus,
1436:No camines delante de mí, puede que no te siga. No camines detrás de mí, puede que no te guíe. Camina junto a mí y sé mi amigo. ~ Albert Camus,
1437:Real fulfillment, for the man who allows absolutely free rein to his desires, and who much dominate everything, lies in hatred. ~ Albert Camus,
1438:Tenacity and acumen are privileged spectators of this inhuman show in which absurdity, hope, and death carry on their dialogue. ~ Albert Camus,
1439:There had been as many plagues in the world as there had been wars, yet plagues and wars always find people equelly unprepared. ~ Albert Camus,
1440:Whoever today speaks of human existence in terms of power, efficiency, and historical tasks is an actual or potential assassin. ~ Albert Camus,
1441:Al final es falso que yo no haya amado nunca. En mi vida he experimentado al menos un gran amor, y su objeto siempre he sido yo. ~ Albert Camus,
1442:All men have a sweetness in their life. That is what helps them go on. It is towards that they turn when they feel too worn out. ~ Albert Camus,
1443:Es lo mismo para todos: la gente se casa, se quiere todavía un poco de tiempo, trabaja. Trabaja tanto que se olvida de quererse. ~ Albert Camus,
1444:For nothing in the world is it worth turning one's back on what one loves. Yet that is what I'm doing —though why I do not know. ~ Albert Camus,
1445:...her şeyi,yaratıklar olsun, yaratılış olsun her şeyi kendi güçsüzlüğümün ağırlığı altında eziyorum ve yeniden güç kazanıyorum. ~ Albert Camus,
1446:I always hope, in fact, that my interlocutor will be a policeman and that he will arrest me for the theft of ‘The Just Judges’”. ~ Albert Camus,
1447:I do not want to found anything on the incomprehensible. I want to know whether I can live with what I know and with that alone. ~ Albert Camus,
1448:Ils savaient maintenant que s'il est une chose qu'on puisse désirer toujours et obtenir quelquefois, c'est la tendresse humaine. ~ Albert Camus,
1449:Just as all thought, and primarily that of non-signification, signifies something, so there is no art that has no signification. ~ Albert Camus,
1450:Tersine, onsuz edemeyişim, onun beni herkesle bir etmesi ve olduğumdan başka türlü olmaksızın herkesle bir düzeyde yaşatmasıdır. ~ Albert Camus,
1451:Whereas, once again, the machine destroyed everything: you were killed discreetly, with a little shame and with great precision. ~ Albert Camus,
1452:All normal people, I added as an after thought, had more or less desired the death of those they loved, at some point or another. ~ Albert Camus,
1453:Düşünmeye başlamak, için için yenmeye başlamaktır. Bu başlangıçlarda toplumun fazla bir etkisi yoktur. Kurt insanın yüreğindedir. ~ Albert Camus,
1454:Esta muerte que había mirado con el enloquecimiento de una bestia, comprendía que tener miedo de ella era tener miedo de la vida. ~ Albert Camus,
1455:Have you no hope at all? And do you really live with the thought that when you die, you die, and nothing remains?" "Yes," I said. ~ Albert Camus,
1456:If pimps and thieves were invariably sentenced, all decent people would get to thinking they themselves were constantly innocent. ~ Albert Camus,
1457:I grew up with the sea, and poverty for me was sumptuous; then I lost the sea and found all luxuries gray and poverty unbearable. ~ Albert Camus,
1458:I grew up with the sea, and poverty for me was sumptuous; then I lost the sea and found all luxuries grey and poverty unbearable. ~ Albert Camus,
1459:No camines detrás de mi, puedo no guiarte. No andes delante de mi, puedo no seguirte. Simplemente camina a mi lado y sé mi amigo. ~ Albert Camus,
1460:No matter what cause one defends, it will suffer permanent disgrace if one resorts to blind attacks on crowds of innocent people. ~ Albert Camus,
1461:Non, ce n'était pas moi qui comptais, ni le monde, mais seulement l'accord et le silence qui de lui à moi faisait naître l'amour. ~ Albert Camus,
1462:The laws of nature may be operative up to a certain limit, beyond which they turn against themselves to give birth to the absurd. ~ Albert Camus,
1463:The mind, when it reaches its limits, must make a judgment and choose its conclusions. This is where suicide and the reply stand. ~ Albert Camus,
1464:The more I accuse myself, the more right I have to judge you. Even better, I make you judge yourself, which comforts me the more. ~ Albert Camus,
1465:I cut out an advertisement for Kruschen Salts and stuck it in an old notebook where I put things from the papers that interest me. ~ Albert Camus,
1466:In certain men, the fire of eternity consuming them is great enough for them to burn in it the very heart of those closest to them ~ Albert Camus,
1467:Kulağımı yüreğimin atışına veriyordum. Bunca zamandır bana arkadaşlık eden bu gürültünün durabileceğini bir türlü aklım almıyordu. ~ Albert Camus,
1468:Of course, true love is exceptional - two or three times a century, more or less. The rest of the time there is vanity or boredom. ~ Albert Camus,
1469:One of the only coherent philosophical positions is thus revolt. It is a constant confrontation between man and his own obscurity. ~ Albert Camus,
1470:
   Don't walk in front of me... I may not follow
   Don't walk behind me... I may not lead
   Walk beside me... just be my friend
   ~ Albert Camus,
1471:Therefore there is only one form of freedom for Stirner, "my power," and only
one truth, "the magnificent egotism of the stars. ~ Albert Camus,
1472:We must have one love, one great love in our life, since it gives us an alibi for all the moments when we are filled with despair. ~ Albert Camus,
1473:Amanhã, ele queria tanto amanhã, quando ele próprio deveria ter-se recusado inteiramente a isso. Essa revolta da carne é o absurdo. ~ Albert Camus,
1474:A novel is never anything but a philosophy expressed in images. And in a good novel the philosophy has disappeared into the images. ~ Albert Camus,
1475:I have always thought it would be easier to redeem a man steeped in vice and crime than a greedy, narrow-minded, pitiless merchant. ~ Albert Camus,
1476:In raining bullets on those silent faces, already turned away from this world, you think you are disfiguring the face of our truth. ~ Albert Camus,
1477:It is not humiliating to be unhappy. Physical suffering is sometimes humiliating, but the suffering of being cannot be, it is life. ~ Albert Camus,
1478:J’ai répondu qu’on ne changeait jamais de vie, qu’en tout cas toutes se valaient et que la mienne ici ne me déplaisait pas du tout. ~ Albert Camus,
1479:Perhaps the easiest way of making a town's acquaintance is to ascertain how the people in it work, how they love, and how they die. ~ Albert Camus,
1480:Perhaps the easiest way of making a town’s acquaintance is to ascertain how the people in it work, how they love, and how they die. ~ Albert Camus,
1481:To think the way you do,” he said smiling, “you have to be a man who lives either on a tremendous despair, or on a tremendous hope. ~ Albert Camus,
1482:De verveling die de doorsnee mens in zichzelf tracht te compenseren en te verdringen; de schrik van iemand die over de dood nadenkt. ~ Albert Camus,
1483:I’ve learned less about people, since their destiny interests me more than their reactions, and destinies tend to repeat each other. ~ Albert Camus,
1484:The evil in the world comes almost always from ignorance,and goodwill can cause as much damage as ill-will if it is not enlightened. ~ Albert Camus,
1485:... unhappiness is like marriage. We believe we chose it, but then it is choosing us. That is how it is, we can do nothing about it. ~ Albert Camus,
1486:What need had I of so many efforts? The soft lines of these hills and the hand of evening on this troubled heart teach me much more. ~ Albert Camus,
1487:Blogis pasaulyje beveik visada kyla iš nežinojimo, o geri norai gali pridaryti tiek pat žalos kiek ir pikta valia, jei nėra išmanymo, ~ Albert Camus,
1488:Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. Albert Camus ~ Albert Camus,
1489:Mais tuer des hommes ne mène a rien qu'a en tuer plus encore. Pour faire triompher un principe, c'est un principe qu'il faut abattre. ~ Albert Camus,
1490:Mon orgueil ne regarde que moi. Mais l'orgueil des hommes, leur révolte, l'injustice où ils vivent, cela, c'est notre affaire à tous. ~ Albert Camus,
1491:Only the sea, murmurous behind the dingy checkerboard of houses, told of the unrest, the precariousness, of all things in this world. ~ Albert Camus,
1492:Semua kerendahan dan kejahatan peradaban kita dapat diukur dengan sebuah aksioma bodoh bahwa bangsa yang bahagia tidak punya sejarah. ~ Albert Camus,
1493:The misery and greatness of this world: it offers no truths, but only objects for love. Absurdity is king, but love saves us from it. ~ Albert Camus,
1494:There is always a social explanation for what we see in art,” Albert Camus said in 1947. “Only it doesn’t explain anything important. ~ Greil Marcus,
1495:The truth is that nothing is less sensational than pestilence, and by reason of their very duration great misfortunes are monotonous. ~ Albert Camus,
1496:To remain a man in today's world, one must have not only unfailing energy and unwavering intensity, one must also have a little luck. ~ Albert Camus,
1497:When a man has learned how to remain alone with his suffering, how to overcome his longing to flee, then he has little left to learn. ~ Albert Camus,
1498:A character is never the author who created him. It is quite likely, however, that an author may be all his characters simultaneously. ~ Albert Camus,
1499:And so I learned that familiar paths traced in the dusk of summer evenings may lead as well to prison as to innocent untroubled sleep. ~ Albert Camus,
1500:Atheism is humanism mediated by the suppression of religion, communism is humanism mediated by
the suppression of private property. ~ Albert Camus,

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The noun albert camus has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
                
1. Camus, Albert Camus ::: (French writer who portrayed the human condition as isolated in an absurd world (1913-1960))




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Sense 1
Camus, Albert Camus
   INSTANCE OF=> writer, author
     => communicator
       => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
         => organism, being
           => living thing, animate thing
             => whole, unit
               => object, physical object
                 => physical entity
                   => entity
         => causal agent, cause, causal agency
           => physical entity
             => entity
   INSTANCE OF=> existentialist, existentialist philosopher, existential philosopher
     => philosopher
       => scholar, scholarly person, bookman, student
         => intellectual, intellect
           => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
             => organism, being
               => living thing, animate thing
                 => whole, unit
                   => object, physical object
                     => physical entity
                       => entity
             => causal agent, cause, causal agency
               => physical entity
                 => entity




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1 sense of albert camus                        

Sense 1
Camus, Albert Camus
   INSTANCE OF=> writer, author
   INSTANCE OF=> existentialist, existentialist philosopher, existential philosopher










--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun albert_camus

1 sense of albert camus                        

Sense 1
Camus, Albert Camus
  -> writer, author
   => abstractor, abstracter
   => alliterator
   => authoress
   => biographer
   => coauthor, joint author
   => commentator, reviewer
   => compiler
   => contributor
   => cyberpunk
   => drafter
   => dramatist, playwright
   => essayist, litterateur
   => folk writer
   => framer
   => gagman, gagster, gagwriter
   => ghostwriter, ghost
   => Gothic romancer
   => hack, hack writer, literary hack
   => journalist
   => librettist
   => lyricist, lyrist
   => novelist
   => pamphleteer
   => paragrapher
   => poet
   => polemicist, polemist, polemic
   => rhymer, rhymester, versifier, poetizer, poetiser
   => scenarist
   => scriptwriter
   => space writer
   => speechwriter
   => tragedian
   => wordmonger
   => word-painter
   => wordsmith
   HAS INSTANCE=> Aiken, Conrad Aiken, Conrad Potter Aiken
   HAS INSTANCE=> Alger, Horatio Alger
   HAS INSTANCE=> Algren, Nelson Algren
   HAS INSTANCE=> Andersen, Hans Christian Andersen
   HAS INSTANCE=> Anderson, Sherwood Anderson
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Hasek, Jaroslav Hasek
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Scott, Walter Scott, Sir Walter Scott
   HAS INSTANCE=> Service, Robert William Service
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Welty, Eudora Welty
   HAS INSTANCE=> Werfel, Franz Werfel
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Wilson, Harriet Wilson
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Wolfe, Tom Wolfe, Thomas Wolfe, Thomas Kennerly Wolfe Jr.
   HAS INSTANCE=> Wollstonecraft, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Wright, Richard Wright
   HAS INSTANCE=> Wright, Willard Huntington Wright, S. S. Van Dine
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Zweig, Stefan Zweig
  -> existentialist, existentialist philosopher, existential philosopher
   HAS INSTANCE=> Beauvoir, Simone de Beauvoir
   HAS INSTANCE=> Camus, Albert Camus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Heidegger, Martin Heidegger
   HAS INSTANCE=> Sartre, Jean-Paul Sartre










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