Where does the act of quiet quitting fit into the context of a larger movement? Does it have the potential to make a real impact? Is it Marxist or Hegelian?
We discuss Thomas Nagel’s 1971 paper “The Absurd” in which he provides a new outlook on the absurdity of human existence.
We discuss Albert Camus’ “The Myth of Sisyphus” and Absurdist philosophy.
We discuss Revolutionary Nihilism in 19th century Russia embodied by Sergey Nechayev’s pamphlet “Catechism of a Revolutionary.”