Starting from the dialogue between Nicola Chiaromonte and Albert Camus, this essay retraces the existential questions posed at the centre of the two thinkers’ reflections: on the basis of the thoughts of Arendt, they wondered about the value and meaning to be attributed to human life. A strongly critical reflection of the contemporary mass-man, plunged into a nihilistic void that keeps him confined in the platonic cave with no apparent hope of liberation
from the chains of materiality.
Keywords: Fascism, Nihilism, Judgment, Camus, Chiaromonte.
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