Leadership Lessons From The Great Books #63 – The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus w/Claire Chandler

The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus with Claire Chandler

  • Welcome and Introduction
  • On the Logic of Suicide
  • The Greek Myth of Sisyphus
  • Defining Absurdity Upward
  • The Absurdity of Don Juan
  • The Literary Life of Albert Camus
  • Self-Leadership, Alignment, and Orientation for Leaders
  • Atheistic Morality and Its Discontents
  • Fatalism and The Struggle for Hope in a Post-Modern World
  • Cult of Personality and Leadership Impacts
  • Thinking Ourselves Out of Existence Creates Vaccums We Fill With Monsters
  • Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven
  • “My First Thought Was, He Lied in Every Word.”
  • The Meaning Crisis in Leadership, In The West, and In The United States
  • The Power of Lucid Indifference
  • Meaning and Evil in the West
  • Poorly Defended by a Small Philosophy
  • Artificial Intelligence to LSD: A Continuum
  • Robert Hartmann and the Nazi Machine
  • The Absurd Man and The Clearing At the End of the Path of Absurdity
  • Trolls, The Dark Triad, and Battling Malignant Narcissists
  • Staying on the Path
  • Close

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