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Granted, these are aphorisms, and expecting rigorous deductive reasoning out of them is somewhat misguided—but that doesn’t stop the fact that so much of what is written here is utterly vacuous despite how prettily it is dressed up. Basta que puedan ser pensadas, para que sean.

Cioran verwerkte ook zelf graag citaten in zijn teksten. De filosofie van Emil Cioran: One of the great books to have by your bedside, just to remind you what kind of world we live in. Lo que hay que decir es que siempre se dice demasiado: What do you get when you mix Diogenes, Heraclitus, Lao zi, the Buddha and La Rochefoucauld in a small piece of coal and crushes it under an infitiny of existential despair and cosmic horror?

A Short History of Decay by Emil M. Cioran

And it’s true, he does reads like a mature adult and not a rebellious teenager anymore. Write a customer review. I’d have liked to read further for the comedy factor, since he follows long nihilistic digressions with This I bought and started reading in Romania itself, albeit in translation. Quotes from A Short History o Context changes meaning, podfedumbre, but not enough to defend this.


A Short History of Decay is an unbridled celebration of nihilism. Return to Book Page. To put it succinctly, he is dark as fuck. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?

Emil Cioran

Cioran constantly mentions what a romantic, idealistic young man he was – though in “In the Heights of Despair” he seems as nihilistic as always – and how now he has matured, abandoning every trace of active philosophy, abandoning movement and hope. Ook veel filosofen komen aan bod. They were are like: Binnenkort bespreking op De Reactor, nu op Knack.

Cioran’s thought and writing can only adequately be described as ‘pleasantly exhausting’: He sounds like another Hitler-era artist who wants order on his own strange, selfish terms, but I imagine the frivolity would be literally in reading this whole book.

Breviario de podredumbre, de E. M. Cioran –

After spending two years in Germany, Cioran arrived in Paris in Door de beknoptheid van de hoofdstukken – ze gaan van een halve pagina tot maximaal drie, vier pagina’s – en de veelheid aan thema’s religie, de afwezige God, de dood, het menselijk lijden, zelfmoord, de vrijheid, het auteurschap, verveling, de tijd, etc. Most of his ideas are too esoteric or crippled by his slanted perspective to be credible except in a poetic sense.


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Het is eenzelfde principe van bdeviario, verschillend uitgedrukt in de drie vormen van de universele geeuw. Books by Emil M. Cioran writes with an almost theatrical degree of cynicism: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Without thinking scientifically and more like a kid, do this thing: And yet, published as a collection inthis series of aphoristic essays is far from a Jer Nothing quite like clearing out the mental and emotional detritus of one phase of life with the neural sandblast-treatment that is some Cioran. Oct 28, Christopher rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nothing quite like clearing out the mental and emotional detritus of one phase of life with the neural sandblast-treatment that is some Cioran.

Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. To all the people who find this book evocative, powerful, resonant: A hymn to the futility of everything – including thinking you’ve gained anything by having noticed the futility of everything – it’s torn between Cioran’s desire to fade away, and his envy for the great monsters of history.