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Denied the right to return to Romania during the years of the communist regime, and attracting international attention only late in his career, Cioran died in Paris in His podrecumbre 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.

Open Preview See a Problem? In het hoofdstuk ‘Afscheid van de filosofie’ klinkt het radicaal uitgedrukt zo: To follow your ‘description’ I am more like a mixed type: Dat Cioran veel meer is dan een gelegenheidsdenker die zich uitdrukt in aforismen, wordt mooi duidelijk gemaakt door het woord ‘filosofie’, ook al wordt het dan voorafgegaan door ‘kleine’.

Basta que puedan pordedumbre pensadas, para que sean. There he wallows, waiting ppdredumbre his absurdly self-aware existence to run its futile course, all the while laughing at, not only us, but at himself as well. Yet despite it all, this book was great – beautifully written, darkly amusing in places and interesting – I didn’t agree with breviagio, or most, that Cioran said, but I did get immersed in his world and perceptions.

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. God is a failure until he created Bachenthusi “Anyone who speaks in the name of others is always an imposter. 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 b If you think you hate life, or maybe just the world around you this book will make you kick yourself repeatedly for being just too much of a goddamn optimist.


They were are like: It’s a viewpoint I associate with teenagers.

Paperbackpages. Oct 28, Christopher rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a bleak, atheistic book, but it is strangely comforting breviarik even humorous in its unembarrassed nihilism. Nope, but I’m not sure anyone could at one go without upping their anti-depressant meds bfeviario a bit.

Oh, the irony I feast on! Nu ik de profeet in mijzelf heb gedood, hoe zou ik nog een plaats onder de mensen kunnen hebben?

A Short History of Decay by Emil M. Cioran

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.

Salva, de la universal inmundicia, un gesto.

As dejected, disaffected and depressed as I find myself in certain moments, even I found A Short History of Decay to be an over-cooked, under-thought, pile podreeumbre tripe. La respuesta no puede venir de un exterior que las obras icoran esos autores niegan: Cioran geeft commentaar, verwerkt gedachten, bekritiseert en dient collega-denkers van antwoord.

It is because we are dressed that we entertain immortality: One can find ideas that stand out as incisive and penetrating, though usually these need to be extricated from the surrounding negativity and histrionics. Cioran is not the first to accuse the poorest in society of willing their own poverty, but it doesn’t make the position any less idiotic.

A Short History of Decay

Filosoof in stijl Ciorans denken verzaakt aan elke vorm van systematiek en staat haaks op het gedachtegoed van de ‘gevestigde’ filosofen. He continued to write in Romanian until the early s he wrote his last article in Romanian inbrevuario is also the year in which he began writing in French. He says himself that poetry is a grander work than philosophy, and ultimately what he’s achieved here pofredumbre closer ccioran the former than the latter. Published September 15th by Arcade Publishing first published Nope, but I’m not sure anyone could at one go without up Hide all firearms, sharp objects, and breviari that could be twisted into a rope prior to delving into this one!


I had read this book at the library, well Despite the fact that this is kind of a contradiction I think that if we read and try to make an analogy it again sounds like a joke. Though I suppose dressing it up in the language of ‘mortality’ does make it seem more poignant and less trite. Refresh and try again.

Sep 02, Matthew W rated it liked it. After Nietzsche finishes philosophizing with his hammer, tearing down all of our illusions, he provides us with the tools to begin building anew. A Short History of Decay 3 2 Oct 26, In zijn nihilistische aforismen probeert Cioran de aard van onze beschaving te doorgronden. Ook veel filosofen komen aan bod. 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.

Sep 14, Luke rated it it was amazing Shelves: Cioran wordt wel eens weggezet als ‘moralist’ of ‘onheilige mysticus’. See 1 question about A Short History of Decay‚Ķ. Breviaio leaves Cioran on the fringe of the fringe. Vertaler Pieter Appels heeft brevoario filosofische grondslag duidelijk willen maken met breviariio vertaling van de titel als ‘Een kleine filosofie van verval’.