Download Citation on ResearchGate | Breviario de podredumbre / E. M. Cioran | Traducción de: Précis de décomposition } E. M. (Emile M.) Cioran. Abstract. Emil Cioran. De Wikiquote, la Emil Cioran (en francés Émile Cioran, n. Răşinari Fuente: Breviario de podredumbre, “El decorado del saber”, “¿ Quién. “In the fact of being born there is such an absence of necessity that when you think about it a little more than usual you are left with a foolish grin” -E.M. Cioran.
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Pero sus creencias son deleznables, sus seguridades ilusorias, sus paliativos risibles: Kiko Rondilla rated it did not like it Oct 21, One for fans of existentialism, absurdism, and anything by Samuel Beckett. Ciorans stijl is wispelturig, niet-systematisch, idiosyncratisch. This is gorgeous gall, beautiful bile, ethereal effluence, translated with a sublime flair. Rein in your palpitations and the course of events slows down; without our ardors, space is ice.
Cioran was a really amazing human being. The hermeneutics of the void via prose poetry. His insights pull no punches and he makes absurdism humourous -which is I think redeems the futility of living from the onslaught of suicidal thoughts that barrage the reader on every page.
Because just look at it: Influenced by the German romantics, by Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and the Lebensphilosophie of Schelling and Bergson, by certain Russian writers, including Chestov, Rozanov, and Dostoyevsky, and by the Romanian poet Eminescu, Cioran wrote lyrical and expansive meditations that were often metaphysical in nature and whose recurrent themes were death, despair, solitude, history, music, saintliness and the mystics cf.
It’s a viewpoint I associate with teenagers. Maria rated it did not like it Aug 11, Trivia About A Short History o A Short History of Decay is dreck, but it’s beautiful dreck—sick with bits of glitter in it.
The reason for which I cried though was that he reminded me of what some people that I cared of said to me. Cioran’s aphoristic musings on the decay of modern society is not easy on the soul, but is made bearable by his beautiful turns of phrase and concise explanations despite the fact that he uses more ellipses than a teenager on facebook chat.
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Some of these are collections of brief essays one or two pages, on average ; others are collections of aphorisms.
Published by Rocco first published View all 5 comments. A Short History of Decay is dreck, but it’s beautiful dreck—sick with bits of glitter in it.
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Mijn vaderland bestond niet meer, mijn moedertaal ook niet Zijn denkbewegingen over het betreurenswaardige lot van de mens ‘de ziekte van het zijn’ komen steeds uit bij heiligen, engelen, martelaren en een immer afwezige God. Even if you think that the poor are just lazy, do you honestly think they oppose a change in social order? Apr 19, Greg rated it really liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
But even aside from being an aphoristic work of philosophy seldom the sort of thing to benefit from being read at speedit’s hard powering through a book which is one long sigh. He continued to write in Romanian until the early s he wrote his last article in Romanian inwhich is also the year in which he began writing in French.
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The book is so chock full of bogus, hypocritical notions about reality, and they’re taken to such a level of extremity that one can’t help but laugh at the ridiculousness of it, for the text resembles more the speech of a rambling, mad poet than a dedicated philosopher, since the reader is never given concrete evidence or examples to support the author’s claims, and instead if confronted with a never ending series of fancy analogies.
Onze drang naar verafgoding, in combinatie met een onvolmaakte God, werpt ons in een afgrond. This is the second book of his that I’ve read and it’s even darker than his more youthful and lighthearted Tears and Saints which was really not the kind of book the average person would call uplifting.
But, I find arguments like this so often amount to burying one’s head in the sand, and throwing the baby out with the bathwater.
Nope, but I’m not sure anyone could at one go without up Hide all firearms, sharp objects, and anything that could be twisted into a rope prior to delving into this one! Some of these are collections of brief essays one or two pages, on average ; others are collections of aphorisms.
It is because we are dressed that we entertain immortality: To what kind of abstract, removed viewpoint does this kind of thing seem not only truthful, but deep?
Twee jaar later was ‘Een kleine filosofie van verval’ af, niet zonder aanzienlijke moeite. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Though perhaps what I found most disagreeable in A Short History of Decayis the way that Cioran repeatedly argues against anyone who has any sort of political or moral convictions: Open Preview See a Problem?
For my money, Cioran is the only true heir of Nietzsche; he who presaged not the destruction of systems, but the world after which the systems had already failed themselves – a latterday Diogenes still in search of the honest man.
Jun 30, Bill Kerwin rated it it was amazing. Bleak, yet I cannot help but laugh. Context changes meaning, sure, but not enough to defend this. La respuesta no puede venir de un exterior que las obras de esos autores niegan: Por encima o por debajo de los hombres, quien conoce la mentira de las palabras y su promesa nunca puede volver a contarse entre ellos.
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See 1 question about A Short History of Decay…. Zag rated it did not like it Feb 13, Cioran makes no lie that he has given up on existence aside from writing of course!
This leaves Cioran on the fringe of the fringe. Waarom blijven schrijven in een idioom dat enkel toegankelijk is voor een miniem aantal landgenoten, eigenlijk maar een stuk of twintig? Eerder dan een coherente filosofie stelt Cioran in dit boek het individuele lijden voorop, met het zichzelf vernietigende ‘ik’ als enige kennisprincipe.