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The Myth of Sisyphus: How to Best Cast Camus' Skeptical Challenge that Life Lacks Meaning

Discover the sharpest way to press Camus's skeptical challenge: You don't know that your life is meaningful. The challenge is best cast as epistemological, not metaphysical.

Camus' challenge is like other skeptical challenges. They bring into your awareness a possibility of error you ignore in...

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Feeling Like The Daily Routine Is Meaningless: How to Fix and Avoid
Living through the Coronavirus pandemic feels like living through Groundhog Day the movie. Bill Murray's character (TV weatherman Phil Connors) got stuck in a time loop. He repeated the same day many times. Coronavirus feels like the same day on repeat.
 
Such monotony makes life feel...
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The Surprising Benefits of Feeling Like Your Life is Meaningful

 It's crazy how the Coronavirus has changed our everyday lives. Its changed how we communicate and relate to others.

Social distancing is good to prevent the spread of the disease, but it leads to social isolation and loneliness for many people.

Yet, there's good news...

As I talk about in...

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The Napoleon Dynamite View of Massive Meaning

Let me ask: Do you believe you can live a massively meaningful life?

Perhaps you're thinking like Napoleon Dynamite: "I don't have any skills...You know, like nunchuck skills, bo hunting skills, computer hacking skills." Only people with great skills can live massively meaningful lives. And I'm...

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What makes you feel like a kid again?
What makes you feel like a kid again?
 
For me, it's going to the cabin in the mountains I grew up going to as a child. My grandparents built a cabin in a ski town. You had to use a snowmobile to get to the cabin in the winter.
 
Every time I go back to that town I feel the rush. I...
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How I quit...

...longing for an old way of life.

About 20 years ago I was working a corporate job. You know, the standard cubicle job (cue the movie "Office Space" in your mind). I was bored with creating what felt like TPS reports.

I felt like my work and life weren't making an impact.

I left my corporate job...

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Albert Camus vs. Richard Taylor on The Meaning of Life

In this video (below), you'll discover how a debate between Albert Camus and Richard Taylor on the meaning of life might go. Camus embraces absurdism—the absurdity of life makes it meaningless. While Taylor embraces subjectivism—meaning in life is a matter of how things appear to you...

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