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Isn't Camus' philosophy just a violation of Occam's Razor?

No. Your logic seems to be suggesting that to present an argument from a starting position, via intermediate steps, to a conclusion is a violation of Occam's razor because it would be simpler to drop ...
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Isn't Camus' philosophy just a violation of Occam's Razor?

No. It should be: Q1: What is the meaning of life? A1: Life has no meaning. It is absurd. Q2: Then, why living? A2: But, why not live? A3: You decide.
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Why does Camus consider an absurd life better than suicide?

suicide is a statement of life „being not worth". Camus talks about the most important problem within philosophy: Is life worth living? It doesn't matter if the sun rotates around the earth or if ...
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Why does Camus consider an absurd life better than suicide?

In this particular case, Sisyphus has a completely meaningless life, and there is no point in continuing his existence. But, when we take this analogy to real life, the work we do is not meaningless (...
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