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(Previously known on as Cerealkiller13 on both Wiktionary and Wikipedia)
My username is an (admittedly unorthodox) transliteration of Ancient Greek ἀτελής (atelḗs). In real life I am Jesse Halvorsen, a neuroscience major at the U of M. I'm currently working on the Ancient Greek section of Wiktionary. I am a Wiktionary administrator, and so, while that doesn't mean I'll necessarily know the answer to your question, I'm certainly glad to hear it. Feel free to leave any requests, questions, or threats of personal harm on my talk page.

À ce point de son effort, l`homme se trouve devant l`irrationnel. Il sent en lui son désir de bonheur et de raison. L`absurde nait de cette confrontation entre l`appel humain et le silence déraisonnable du monde. C`est cela qu`il ne faut pas oublier. C`est à cela qu`il faut se cramponner parce que toute la conséquence d`une vie peut en naitre. -Albert Camus Le Mythe de Sisyphe

At this point of his effort man stands face to face with the irrational. He feels within him his longing for happiness and for reason. The absurd is born of this confrontation between the human need and the unreasonable silence of the world. This must not be forgotten. This must be clung to because the whole consequence of a life can depend on it. -Albert Camus The Myth of Sisyphus

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