What Does Loss of Truth Mean?

What Does Loss of Truth Mean?

July 1, 2021 Off By Felso

Concepts in absurd content do not have a meaning that can exist in the world beyond the meanings we have given them.

This meaninglessness also includes “immorality” or “injustice” in the world. It’s “Bad things don’t happen to good people.” It contradicts the “karmic” thought in the form of Because in the world and imaginary perceptions; there is no perception of good or evil with certain paradigms. For this reason, we can say that a good person cannot be mentioned. Here we can talk about a better person “compared to the others”.

Because of the loss of meaning in the world, at any time, anything can apply to anyone. In this disappearing reality, the individual; may face an unexpected tragic event. The concept of the absurd has had an important place in literature throughout history. Many people, from Søren Kierkegaard, Franz Kafka, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, have made literary works describing the ambiguous reality in the world.

The destructive effects of meaninglessness on human life will be parallel to this “meaninglessness” problem. As a matter of fact, Albert Camus, in his work The Myth of Sisyphus, showing the main problem of life as suicide: “The only really serious problem of philosophy is suicide.” he said.