Is Albert Camus the Moralist who can help us to ask the questions to address the chaos of our time?
What do you love that saves you from the Absurdity of life?
What childhood illusions are creating your inflated expectations of life?
Should society permit War and Violence when we know both will cause innocent people to be hurt and killed? Does the individual have a Right to life?
Do you try to understand others before judging?
Do we need a new embrace of Moderation which includes "pluralism, gradualism and toleration."
Will you permit the bureaucrats and ideologues to tell us what truth is or will you stand up for the concrete experience of everyday life?
Do you think means should be subordinated to a single end – for instance, the Covid crisis, the Climate crisis?
Can we build a world in which there is no more killing by killing?
Does the idea you cannot know everything prevent you from doing anything you want to others?
Are you against dehumanizing your former aggressor?
Should the suffering or death of a flesh and blood human be subordinate to the Abstractions of Ideologues?
Are we becoming a world without limits? How has this happened? How can it be reversed?
Recommended Reading: A Life Worth Living Albert Camus and the Quest for Meaning by Robert Zaretsky
Senator Lee: If the FBI can unfairly target a presidential campaign, imagine what it can do to regular Americans. Senator Durbin: To Attorney General under Bush, Michael Mukasey - the authority you enabled could result in the FBI conducting a "long-term physical surveillance of an innocent American citizen".