I've actually been reading a number of things. First, I read Lars Eigner's "On Dumpster Diving" and afterward, a few existentialist documents paired with some Budhist doctrine. All of philosophy aims to give meaning to human life...and apparently society, at the same time, implements meaning (although a relatively fake/meaningless one) to human life. Ultimately, from these readings, it was logically narrowed down that life is meaningless under all conditions. Would anyone care to argue against such?