Camus' 'midday thought', a precursor to speculative realism?

Sharpe, Matthew 2019, Camus' 'midday thought', a precursor to speculative realism?. In McCulluch, A. and Goodrich, R. (ed), Why do things break?, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle on Tyne, England, pp.160-177.

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Title Camus' 'midday thought', a precursor to speculative realism?
Author(s) Sharpe, MatthewORCID iD for Sharpe, Matthew
Title of book Why do things break?
Editor(s) McCulluch, A.
Goodrich, R.
Publication date 2019
Chapter number 12
Total chapters 14
Start page 160
End page 177
Total pages 17
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Press
Place of Publication Newcastle on Tyne, England
Keyword(s) Camus
speculative realism
natural philosophy
ISBN 9781527532816
Language eng
Indigenous content off
Field of Research 169999 Studies In Human Society not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
Copyright notice ©2019, The Author
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