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Books by Emil M. 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.

This is one bleak and beautiful book. Designed, of course, for provoking the Three D’s: Bijna elke zin kan probleemloos uit zijn context worden gelicht, zonder aan betekenis of waarde te hoeven inboeten. To what kind of abstract, removed viewpoint does this kind of thing seem not only truthful, but deep? Pero sus creencias son deleznables, sus seguridades ilusorias, sus paliativos risibles: It made me laugh for the fact that he is just so God is a failure until he created Bachenthusi “Anyone who speaks in the name of others is always an imposter.

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Most of his ideas are too esoteric or crippled by his slanted perspective to be credible except in a poetic sense. Without thinking scientifically and more like a kid, do this thing: Cioran has me convinced by about the first paragraph that life is absurd, God wasted was a complete failure until he created Bach and totally redeemed himself, people who live in monasteries are egotistical because they care more about their own souls than living with the rest of us La respuesta no puede venir de un exterior que las obras de esos autores niegan: So what’s the point to be serious about life?

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After Nietzsche finishes philosophizing with his hammer, tearing down all of our illusions, he provides us with the tools to begin building anew.

He says what most of us know in what it seems to me like a scheme podeedumbre. View all 8 comments. To ask other readers questions about A Short History of Decayplease sign up. Nihilism as a creative act! Bleak, yet I cannot help but laugh. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

The reason for which I cried though was that he reminded me of what some people that I cared of said to me. They become hilarious, a joy to read. It’s Nietzsche in a funhouse mirror, Nietzsche hollowed of any substance.

A Short History of Decay by Emil M. Cioran

Rein in your palpitations and the course of events slows down; without our ardors, space is ice. Aan de hand van talrijke quotes en verwijzingen spint hij een strak web van intertekstualiteit, zonder dat hierdoor de leesbaarheid in het gedrang komt. Onze drang naar verafgoding, in combinatie met een onvolmaakte God, werpt ons in een afgrond. 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.

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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 of tripe.

Feb 17, aaron rated it really liked it. Vroeger had ik een ‘ik’; nu ben ik niet meer dan een ciorann The book contained a mailing label to the Illinois Secretary of State; sort of gives one pause to think this is what government officials are reading, doesn’t it?!?!

A Short History of Decay

Friedrich Nietzsche en Diogenes zijn favorieten en komen veelvuldig voor. 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.

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. Hay muchas clases de risa, pero todas distan de ser igualmente estimables, igualmente sanas: Cioran wordt wel eens weggezet als ‘moralist’ of ‘onheilige mysticus’.

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