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What are some philosophical works that explore constructing meaning in life from an agnostic or atheist view?

(may I call you "Miss") I have read lots of psychology, and philosophy, etc., and what I am going to offer comes from neither field. I am going to talk about something I have discovered, and ...
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What are some philosophical works that explore constructing meaning in life from an agnostic or atheist view?

Modern philosophy is not generally very helpful at finding values and meaning. the best of the west for that are the existentialists, who you have already discovered. But existentialists are more ...
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What are some philosophical works that explore constructing meaning in life from an agnostic or atheist view?

The autobiography of Bertrand Russell (3 volumes) shows the different fields of interest Russell developed during his life. Russell gives a short prologue: What I Have Lived For Three passions, ...
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What are some philosophical works that explore constructing meaning in life from an agnostic or atheist view?

“There is only one really serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. Deciding whether or not life is worth living is to answer the fundamental question in philosophy. All other questions ...
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What are some philosophical works that explore constructing meaning in life from an agnostic or atheist view?

Disclaimer I am not a psychiatrist, and the distinction I made in the comments should be observed. Mainly: There's an unequivocal distinction among the presentation of suicidal ideation, generalized ...
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What are some philosophical works that explore constructing meaning in life from an agnostic or atheist view?

Evidently, this is not a common academic problem of philosophy (this forum is moreover about such academic side of philosophy), but it is a serious problem of personal philosophy. The following ...
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From which book is this quote? - “Nothing is more despicable than respect based on fear.”

It is in his autobiographical Carnets, more specifically in Carnets I, under November 39. Camus did not write this for any book though, these "Carnets" were notes he used to write in ...
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