尽管如此，“荒诞”贯穿所有的 艾伯特 加缪的哲学写作的概念， 西西弗斯的神话是他对 课题的主要工作。在这， 作者 看起来在对抗，形成一种荒谬的联想，反驳，两原则离婚或 冲突。“人类和他们的生活之间的这种离婚，就像演员和他的背景之间的一次恰当的荒诞一样”（加缪13）。准确地说，他描述了人类的处境是荒谬的，因为男人的 之间的 冲突要 为价值， 即清晰的存在在一边和另一边的冷漠，无动于衷，无声的世界中，人类的存在。加缪进一步指出，似乎有某种人类经验诱导荒诞的原则。遭遇荒诞的实现使人有两种特定的选择，信仰的飞跃（宗教）或自杀或接受。加缪假设的认可和接受， 仅 无懈可击 可能性。加缪把自杀看作是对生活不值得活的事实的一种“忏悔”.。自杀的前概念认为，生活是一个很大的麻烦和自杀提供了最根本的道路，消除荒谬通过挑起即时解散的自我和它的附件与宇宙。
An alternative solution is a conception through which a person accepts the Absurd and continues living respite of such an acceptance. This solution was endorsed by Camus as he opined that acceptance of the Absurd can lead one to gain complete freedom and by accepting no other moral or religious constraints or fighting against the Absurd while simultaneously accepting the Absurd as unchangeable and unstoppable, a person can derive content via the personalized denotation derived during the process. However, this solution was regarded by Kierkegaard as ‘demonic madness’.
Camus’ and Nagel’s theoretical approaches to the Absurd
An argumentative analysis of the conflict between Camus’ concept of confrontation between a person’s search for sense/value/meaning/rationality and the universe’s inherent deficiency of the four aspects and Nagel’s proposition of the universe’s inherent meaninglessness, which in every way is observable yet unchangeable by humans.
Nonetheless the concept of the ‘absurd’ permeates all of Albert Camus’s philosophical writing, The Myth of Sisyphus is his principal work on the topic. In it, the author looks upon absurdity in the form of a confrontation, an association, refutation, divorce or conflict between two principles. “This divorce between humans and their lives alike the one between an actor and his setting is appropriately the sense of absurdity” (Camus 13). Precisely, he describes the human situation as absurd, because the conflict between men’s want for worthiness, i.e. clarity of existence on one side and on the other side the cold, irresponsive and silent world in which humans exist. Camus further states that there appears to be particular human experiences inducing absurdist principles. Encounter with the absurd of its realization leaves a person with two specific choices, leap of faith (religion) or suicide or acceptance. Camus assumes that recognition and acceptance is that the solely invulnerable possibility. Camus looks upon suicide as a form of ‘confession’ of the fact that life is not worth living. The pre-conception of suicide asserts that life is lot of troubles and that suicide provides the foremost basic path to eliminate absurdity through by provoking instant dissolution of the self and its attachment with the universe.