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?
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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