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  • The Stranger Character Sketch
  • Character
  • Philosophy
    Character
  • Philosophy
    Absurdism
    Character
  • Philosophy
    Absurdism
    Character
    Solution?
  • Philosophy
    Absurdism
    Character
    Solution?
  • Philosophy
    Absurdism
    Character
    Solution?
    Behavior
  • Philosophy
    Absurdism
    Character
    Solution?
    Behavior
  • Absurdism
    View
  • Perception
    Absurdism
    View
    Solution
    Chronicle
  • Perception
  • Perception
    Himself
    The Stranger
    The Others
  • Perception
    Himself
    irrational
    The Stranger
    The Others
    Question 1
  • Perceive his own actions
    Irrational (without reason)
    Doesn’t try to rationalize his actions
    No excuse
    Question 1
  • Perceive his own actions
    Irrational (without reason)
    Doesn’t try to rationalize his actions
    No excuse
    “doesn’t matter” “no reason” “doesn’t mean anything”
    Question 1
  • Perceive his own actions
    Page 8
    Question 1
  • Perceive his own actions
    Page 20
    Question 1
  • Perceive his own actions
    Page 28
    Question 1
  • Perceive his own actions
    Page 32
    Question 1
  • Perceive his own actions
    Page 41
    Question 1
  • Perception
    Himself
    irrational
    The Stranger
    The Others
    Question 1
  • Perception
    Himself
    irrational
    The Stranger
    irrational
    The Others
    Question 2
  • Perceive other’s actions
    Irrational (without reason)
    Doesn’t try to rationalize their actions
    No judgment
    Simple description
    Question 2
  • Perceive other’s actions
    Page 10
    Question 2
  • Perceive other’s actions
    Page 23
    Question 2
  • Perceive other’s actions
    Page 43
    Question 2
  • Perception
    Himself
    irrational
    The Stranger
    irrational
    The Others
    Question 2
  • Perception
    Himself
    irrational
    The Stranger
    irrational
    The Others
    rationalize
    Question 1
  • Others perceive Meursault
    His behavior should be rational
    Try to rationalize his actions
    A lot of judgment
    “I think” “I felt” “I accuse” “I …”
    Try to explain his thought
    (To Meursault, his thought is irrational just like the universe and has no reason, and cannot be explained.)
    Question 1
  • Others perceive Meursault
    Page 96
    Question 2
  • Others perceive Meursault
    Page 102
    Question 2
  • Others perceive Meursault
    Page 102
    Question 2
  • Perception
    Himself
    irrational
    The Stranger
    irrational
    The Others
    rationalize
    Question 1
  • Perception
    Universe
    irrational
    The Stranger
    rationalize
    The Others
  • Perception
    Universe
    irrational
    The Stranger
  • Perception
    Universe
    irrational
    The Stranger
    doesn’t care
  • Perception
    Others
    Social Norms
    The Stranger
    doesn’t care
    Differences
  • Perception
    Others
    Social Norms
    The Stranger
    doesn’t care
    Differences
    Question 4
  • Perception
    Maman=Undertaker=Marie=Raymond
    =Salamano=Céleste
    =Robot woman=Arab
    =Chaplain
    =Meursault
    =Condemned person
    Question 4
  • Everyone is equally meaningless
    Page 121
    Question 4
  • Perception
    Others
    Social Norms
    The Stranger
    doesn’t care
    Differences
    Question 7
  • Perception
    Social norms are absurd
    Courtroom represents the Society
    Meursault cannot understand social norms
    Meursault doesn’t see reason to follow them
    Question 7
  • Society/Courtroom is absurd
    Page 85
    Question 7
  • Society/Courtroom is absurd
    Page 88
    Question 7
  • Society/Courtroom is absurd
    Page 107
    Question 7
  • Perception
    Others
    Social Norms
    The Stranger
    doesn’t care
    Differences
    Question 3
  • No reason to change
    Page 41
    Question 3
  • Perception
    Differences are ultimate the same
    All are meaningless after death
    Cannot see reasons to pursue to be same
    Question 3
  • Perception
    Summary
    Meursault considers the universe to be irrational. All efforts trying to find inherent meanings will ultimately fail.
    Absurdism
  • Perception
    Absurdism
    View
    Solution
    Chronicle
  • Chronicle
  • Chronicle
    Before
    “acceptance of the absurd”
  • Chronicle
    Past
    Present
    Meursault
    Future
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Past
    completely
    Present
    Meursault
    Future
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Past
    live
    Present
    Meursault
    satisfy need
    Future
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Past
    Present
    Meursault
    fail
    Future
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Past
    Present
    Meursault
    fail
    hope
    Future
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Past
    Present
    Meursault
    fail
    hope
    hope?
    Future
    Question 5
  • Before imprisonment
    Page 100
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Past
    Present
    Meursault
    fail
    Future
    fail
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Past
    killing time
    Present
    Meursault
    fail
    Future
    fail
    Question 5
  • Past is just a proof of the absurd
    Page 79
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Only the present can satisfy Meursault’s physical need.
    When the present fail to satisfy Meursault, Meursault may hope the future.
    Past cannot satisfy Meursault’s physical need.
    Question 5
  • Chronicle
    Chaplain
    Meursault
    Question 6
  • Chronicle
    Chaplain
    after death
    Meursault
    Question 6
  • Chronicle
    Chaplain
    believe
    after death
    disbelieve
    Meursault
    Question 6
  • Chronicle
    Chaplain
    believe
    after death
    meaning
    disbelieve
    Meursault
    Question 6
  • Chronicle
    Chaplain
    Theistic existentialism
    believe
    after death
    meaning
    disbelieve
    Meursault
    Question 6
  • Chronicle
    Chaplain
    Theistic existentialism
    believe
    after death
    meaning
    disbelieve
    Meursault
    Absurdism
    Question 6
  • Chronicle
    Chaplain
    Theistic existentialism
    believe
    after death
    meaning
    disbelieve
    Meursault
    Absurdism
    Question 6
  • Belief cannot be explained, proved, or changed.
    Page 69
    Question 6
  • Belief cannot be explained, proved, or changed.
    When belief is challenged, one will become upset.
    Because they cannot prove it.
    Meursault insists his own belief (atheism).
    Question 6
  • Page 120
    Question 6
  • Page 121
    Question 6
  • Page 121
    Question 6
  • Chronicle
    Summary
    Meursault is only in the present because only the present satisfies his need.
    Meursault doesn’t believe in life after death, so he cannot find any meaning in his life, and this is the reason of his final absurdism.
    Meursault believes that everything ends after death and so life has no meaning.
    Question 6
  • Perception
    Absurdism
    View
    Solution
    Chronicle
  • Solution of absurd
    Possible solutions:
    • Suicide
    • Religious belief
    chaplain
    • Acceptance of the Absurd
    Meursault at last
    Camus
  • Find a solution to absurd
    Page 122
    Question 8
  • Find a solution to absurd
    Page 123
    Question 8
  • Perception
    Absurdism
    View
    Solution
    Chronicle
    Question 8
  • Absurdism
    Meursault
    Solution
    Question 8
  • Absurdism
    Meursault
    Solution
    Question 8
  • Stranger
    Absurdism
    Meursault
    Solution
    Question 8
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
    Absurd arises out of the fundamental disharmony between the individual's search for meaning and the apparent meaninglessness of the universe.
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
    Before Meursault was put into prison, he didn’t find a way to resolve the dilemma. He is not living for a meaning.
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
    This kind of philosophy inside his unconscious mind makes him seem to be unemotional, indifferent, and passive.
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
    When he was put into prison, he got a chance to think about his philosophy and the solution to the absurd.
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
    The belief of the Chaplain makes him upset, but because a belief cannot be proved or explained, Meursault insists his own belief.
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
    Meursault finally has his own philosophy, and decides to accept the absurd while living.
  • Conclusion
    Meursault believes in the absurd and is looking for a solution to the absurd. He embraces the absurd at last as a solution.
    Meursault’s belief also makes him a complete “stranger”.
  • The Stranger
    Page 123
  • The Stranger Character Sketch