L'Homme Révolté

L'Homme Révolté, by Albert Camus (Paris: Gallimard, 1951), translated as The Rebel

p. 126/17-20
[Breton's thinking, besides, presents the curious spectacle of a western thinking where the principle of analogy is constantly favoured to the detriment of the principles of identity and contradiction.] : But read Dirac's Quantum Mechanics.


p. 170/25-27
[There is in Hegel, as in all great thought, something with which to correct Hegel.] : Il y a donc dans toute grande pensée de quoi corriger Hegel? (Therefore there is in all great thought something with which to correct Hegel?)


p. 210/11-12
[I would curse you if I came too late to the comrades.] : Prig!