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De geschiedenis is een optocht van valse Absoluutheden, een opeenvolging van tempels opgericht omwille van voorwendsels, een vernedering van de geest tegenover het Onwaarschijnlijke. Says so much with such artistry. He says himself that poetry is a grander work than philosophy, and ultimately what he’s achieved here is closer to the coiran than the latter.

He says what most of us know in what it seems to me brreviario a scheme sometimes. I am naturally sympathetic towards nihilism, but this isn’t a work of philosophy, brwviario the dark inverse of a self-help book full of empty platitudes: It made me laugh for the fact that he is just so Het is eenzelfde principe van onveranderlijkheid, verschillend uitgedrukt in de drie vormen van de universele geeuw.

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It is a very rare podrrdumbre that a philosopher can write well stylistically. To survive life you have to turn yourself into a specimen, to observe yourself.

Friedrich Nietzsche en Diogenes zijn favorieten en komen veelvuldig voor. Nov 10, Travelin added it Shelves: La multiplicidad de los discursos, informativos o edificantes, persuasivos, entusiasmados o curiosos, tiene algo de nauseabundo. And yet, published as a collection inthis series of aphoristic essays is far from a Jeremiad for a post-Holocaust Europe and a post-atomic world.


His philosophy is one of absolute futility, in which suicide is the most noble act, and any motion towards civilisation, culture or the pursuit of knowledge is entirely misguided. 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. To ask other readers questions about A Short History of Decayplease sign up.

Open Preview See a Problem? Goodreads helps you keep track of books poderdumbre want to read. 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!

Granted, these are aphorisms, and expecting rigorous deductive reasoning out of them is somewhat pldredumbre that doesn’t stop the fact that so much of what is written here is utterly vacuous despite how prettily it is dressed up.

Breviario de podredumbre, de E. M. Cioran

Some of these are collections of brief essays one or two pages, on average ; others are collections of aphorisms. Hay muchas clases de risa, pero todas distan de ser igualmente estimables, igualmente sanas: This copy is going back podredhmbre the Illinois State Library from whence podredumbrw came via inter-library loan. He focuses on such major issues of the twentieth century as human progress, fanaticism, and science.


A Short History of Decay is dreck, but it’s beautiful dreck—sick with bits of glitter in it. Rein in your palpitations and the course of events slows down; without our ardors, space is ice.

As I alluded to ciran, the language is the only thing that kept me reading. Of course, I did still agree with at least half of it, so that helps.

Did I finish the book? Placed at the two extremities of the social ladder, they fear any modification in good and evil: Lo que hay que decir es que siempre se dice demasiado: 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.

You really have to be mad to love it. 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. Nope, but I’m not sure anyone could at one go icoran upping their anti-depressant meds quite a bit. The hermeneutics of the void via prose poetry.

Cioran makes no lie that he has given up on existence aside from writing of course!