I have not been able to grasp these concepts. Specifically, I am referring to the third chapter of the Myth of Sisyphus: "The philosophical suicide".
I have understood that Camus's critic on Kierkegaard is relativa to the latter trying to escape the absurd, by divinizing the irrational, with his leap of fate. Is that correct?
About Husserl's phenomology, I interpreted that Camus considers Husserl's thought as very Platonic. I have not quite understood why he affirms that, though.
Last but not least, I have also not understood this passage:
"since a unifying principle is missing, the philosophical thought could still be able to find joy in trying to comprehend every aspect of the human experience."
If I am not wrong, Camus thinks that since there is no rational explanation for the world, then we cannot explain our experience of it. So, he is criticizing this specific aspect of Husserl's phenomenology. Am I wrong?