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Note: I am writing a devil's advocate position in defense of positions that do not hold the party line.
During the 50s, Albert Camus, my favorite philosopher, lost many of his friends because of his silence on the Algerian war, his movement for 'civil truce' and his criticism of communism.
Camus felt that if he himself became outspoken like his former friends Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beav…
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