Albert Camus on Christian Metaphysics and Neoplatonism

J. Larson

Abstract


Albert Camus’ moral philosophy and his search for a humanistic ethics find their basic premises in the academic dissertation that he wrote on Christian metaphysics and Neoplatonism for the Diplo^me d’ eètudes in Algeria in 1936. This paper examines Camus’ ideas on Plotinus, Augustine, Pelagius, and Gnostic thought and focuses on the Christian themes that he continued to explore in his philosophical essays and his literary works.


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