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Camus called back later, putting on a deep voice and bad German accent, pretending to be Heidegger, but Sartre had installed caller ID.
Camus called back later, putting on a deep voice and bad German accent, pretending to be Heidegger, but Sartre had installed caller ID.

Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus had a very public falling out and subsequent feud, largely due, as the comic indicates, to Sartre's continued support of the Soviets and Communism after the discovery of the slave camps and other atrocities committed by Stalin.

Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus had a very public falling out and subsequent feud, largely due, as the comic indicates, to Sartre's continued support of the Soviets and Communism after the discovery of the slave camps and other atrocities committed by Stalin.

Philosophers in this comic: Jean Paul Sartre, Albert Camus
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