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In what work did Albert Camus say "Freedom is not constituted primarily of privileges but of responsibilities"? What does "responsibility" in particular mean to him? How does he see it?

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The quotation comes from a collection of essays called Resistance, Rebellion, and Death . What Camus is driving at here is the notion that freedom isn't something that's given to you or something that's your right as a human being. Rather, it's something to be worked for and fought...

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