Camus says somewhere that there is only death in the universe. By 'death' he simply means physics (energy, matter). He is rejecting the metaphysics of a universal dualism: Life and Death. I believe this is an epigram from one of his notebooks, but in any case I would appreciate being reminded of where he wrote this.

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