Into the Absurd

A philosophy podcast dedicated to expanding the minds, hearts, and souls of humanity through the love of wisdom! Listen here:

On Death and God

Below is the link to my online store where you can purchase my most recent novel, On Death and God, which details a young man’s journey through Hell to slay the gods and save everything he loves.

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#76: The Stranger by Albert Camus: An Analysis

It doesn’t hurt to be a stranger. The stranger is free to be anyone–including themselves. You’ve asked for an analysis on the Stranger, and here you go. Part 2 will come out in 2-3 weeks. In the mean time, don’t be a stranger…or do. ⁠The Stranger by Albert Camus⁠ ⁠The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert…


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This is the official Into the Absurd podcast, featuring live, unscripted philosophical discussions, explanatory narratives, and whatever else suits the purpose of philosophical discovery. Enjoy!

“To question reality and existence. To be stuck between meaning and non-meaning. To exist as both a unique human consciousness and a conglomerate of identical atoms. This is what it means to live within the absurd. To that regard, I say this: Question everything and dive deeper into the absurd.” – Nobody

“But I don’t want comfort. I want God, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want freedom, I want goodness. I want sin.” – John the Savage from Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World. Photo by Gerhard Lipold.


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Into the Absurd – 2021