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By ELIZABETH ROEDIGER
When Albert Camus said "I am
not an atheist, he wanted to dis-
tinguish between himself and
(Jean-Paul) Sartre," Prof. Frith-
jof H. Bergmann said in the
C a m u s symposium Thursday
The panel consisting of Profes-
sors Bergmann of the philosophy
department, James J. Gindin of
the English department, Roy J.
Nelson of the French department,
Joseph B. Adelson of the psy-
chology department and Preston
X. Roberts of the University of
Chicago Divinity School, began
by discussing Camus' statement
"I do not believe in God, that is
true, but that does not mean I
am an atheist."
Prof. Bergmann continued that
Camus did not want to proselitize
atheism; nor deify man, but in-
stead was very hard on him, and
"Sartre also stayed clear of dei-
fications, but made atheism pro-
fessional," he added. Sartre felt
much more strongly that the
church was evil, said Bergmann.
Prof. Gindin began the next dis-
cussion by refuting the charge
that Camus was so influenced by
previous writers that his works
lacked originality and uniqueness
of presentation. "The Stranger"
showed a beautiful coordination
between subject matter and style,"
MEDFORD-Students at Tufts
College will vote Dec. 13 on the
question of Tufts' re-affiliation
with NSA, according to the Stu-
dent Council committee for the
dissemination of information on
The most vocal opponents to
the affiliation are spokesmen for
Young Americans for Freedom,
charging that NSA is undemo-
cratic and leftist oriented.
* * *
BETHLEHEM --Fraternities at
Lehigh University will have to
comply with, a Pennsylvania law
holding it illegal for a university
to recognize organizations with
discriminatory membership re-
The Student Activities Commit-
tee has begun a study of charters
of all university fraternities after
it received notification from the
state of rulings made early last
In "The Plague" Camus tried to
put across the thesis that happi-
ness has a rightful, sometimes
superior claim to value than does
heroism, noted Prof. Bergmann.
But Camus' characters do not
support this; the facet of happi-
ness is not as strong as that of
heroism in the novel and the
theme is consequently not convinc-
"The world of "The Plague" was
abnormal, it must be a world with
no love," countered Prof. Gindin.
In this world there was no chance
for love or happiness to operate.
Thus man must endure against
the plague and nothing more.
Disagreeing with this, Prof. Nel-
son claimed that "The Plague"
rather represents the world as it
is forever, not merely during the
"I disagree that this is an ab-
normal condition, nor is this a
defense of happiness but rather
an assertion that even under ad-
verse conditions man can be in-
spired to action," added Prof. Rob-
erts. "The Plague" is the resolu-
tion of a question posed in "The
Stranger" which asks what hap-
pens when you don't look at the
world in a passive condition. The
answer is found in "The Plague."
Prof. Nelson then added that
the characters are not people but
symbols of temptations in one
mind, while the city itself is man.
In answer to the question "Does
Camus condemn society for stif-
ling the Stranger?," Prof. Roberts
commented that the one thing
which stifled the Stranger was
the priest. But even so Camus is
writing about metaphysics not
"Meursault is the victim of a
community. I see him extremely
compelled by society, not free.
Perhaps seemingly free from mot-
ivations but actually the other
way," said Prof. Adelson.
"Sartre said that Camus made
the Stranger suspended. Camus
doesn't want this man explained
from his background. If past cir-
cumstances had been given, he
would have created a particular,
not universal, character and thus
have ruined the point," noted
Prof. Adelson disagreed with
this point, adding "I think there
is a relation between the death
of the Stranger and the murder
The Stranger's actions cannot
be interpreted as being held to-
gether by any purposeful connec-
tions, Prof. Roberts noted in
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FUNNY thing about that..F. '3
JOAN: Are things still the same? If so,
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BUBBLING BROOK: Where at thou?
Mais ou sont les nieges d'antan .
IT'S ABOUT these teachers who give
tests on the 29th after the big ele-
phant races. A disatisfied 411 student.
LIMELITERS, Mill Auditorium, Oct. 14,
8 P.M. Tickets on sale at Hill Audi-
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