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Albert Camus

But there is in every man a profound instinct which is neither that of destruction nor that of creation. It is merely a matter of resembling nothing. — Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus: And Other Essays. Published 1942 (Éditions Gallimard, in French),1955 (Hamish Hamilton, in English)

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