El Malvado Demiurgo

El Malvado Demiurgo Emile Cioran naci en Rumania en En contin a sus estudios en Par s d nde vivi la mayor parte del resto de su vida Sus primeras obras se publicaron en rumano pero posteriormente escribir a e

  • Title: El Malvado Demiurgo
  • Author: Emil M. Cioran
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  • Page: 166
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  • Emile Cioran naci en Rumania en 1911 En 1937 contin a sus estudios en Par s, d nde vivi la mayor parte del resto de su vida Sus primeras obras se publicaron en rumano, pero posteriormente escribir a exclusivamente en franc s con estilo afor stico Considerado como uno de los mejores escritores de Francia, Cioran es un pensador radical, heterodoxo, terriblemente l cidoEmile Cioran naci en Rumania en 1911 En 1937 contin a sus estudios en Par s, d nde vivi la mayor parte del resto de su vida Sus primeras obras se publicaron en rumano, pero posteriormente escribir a exclusivamente en franc s con estilo afor stico Considerado como uno de los mejores escritores de Francia, Cioran es un pensador radical, heterodoxo, terriblemente l cido y revulsivo Los libros de Cioran despiertan al lector Cioran fallece en Par s en 1995.

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    1. A man does not kill himself, as is commonly supposed, in a fit of madness but rather in a fit of unendurable lucidity, in a paroxysm which may, if so desired, be identified with madness; for an excessive perspicacity, carried to the limit and of which one longs to be rid at all costs, exceeds the context of reason.The obsession with suicide is characteristic of the man who can neither live nor die, and whose attention never swerves from this double impossibility.The flesh spreads, further and fu [...]

    2. In light of current events I lost the excitement that this book had for me. This line towards the end of the book sort of neatly sums up my current feelings on the book:"In theory, it matters little to me whether I live as whether I die; in practice, I am lacerated by every anxiety which opens an abyss between life and death."

    3. EM Corian, the Romanian Philosopher, is perhaps the most pessimistic writer who lures the reader with his iconoclastic thoughts about everything- life, Gods, religion, society and culture. His writings is like that of someone possessed; subversive, demoniacal, anti-inspirational, feverish and finally enchanting. This book is replete with so many lyrical aphorisms that one stays excited and wonder whether is it is a rare combo of art and philosophy. Yet, many of his aphorisms, like that of epitap [...]

    4. At present, to think of this book is to give myself a screaming headache. I certainly hope to provide a more coherent review someday, but that day is not today and is not likely any time in the immediate future. It is not quite like any book I've ever read before, I can confidently state that. But whether the author is simply a raving maniac or a deeply profound thinker? I can't confidently agree with either assertion. Nor can I disagree with either. And, curiously, I can't help but think Cioran [...]

    5. „Să discerni că ceea ce ești nu ești tu, că ceea ce ai nu e al tău, să nu mai aderi la nimic, nici măcar la propria-ți viață - iată ce înseamnă să vezi cu adevărat, să cobori până la rădăcina nulă a oricărui lucru.”„O întrebare rumegată la nesfârșit te macină la fel ca o durere înăbușită.”„Suferința te face să trăiești timpul în detaliu, moment cu moment. Ceea ce înseamnă că pentru tine timpul există - și încă cum! În schimb peste ceilalți [...]

    6. Leí este libro en mi adolescencia, y ya lo había olvidado, o eso creía. Pero ahora que lo releo siento que muchos de sus argumentos son mis propios argumentos. Me queda la duda si lo leí porque pensaba cosas similares y el libro articuló muchas de mis meditaciones, o si al contrario, lo leí y el libro moldeó mi pensamiento. No me había atrevido a releer a Cioran por miedo a desencantarme, pero al parecer lo siento fresco y muy vivo, hay que ver si sus demás libros se sostienen de la mis [...]

    7. This book presents a philosophy resembling nihilism, with the added thought that "one" (the non-self) should *embrace* the void/nothingness.The first third of the book is absolutely superb, not that a typical person would agree with much of it, but that it gets you to think about things in a different way. It is not likely to dissuade anyone from their views, in my estimation, but it is good at getting one to explore different modes of thinking. The middle third attempts to sell the reader on su [...]

    8. Un Cioran clasic, chiar dacă surprinzător de budist. Surpinzător? Nimic n-ar trebui să surpindă la acest deziluzionat, poate doar optimismul și credința în ziua de mâine. Atunci l-am atinge ușor de umăr și l-am întreba: „Ce-i cu tine, Emil, te-ai îmbolnăvit?” Mântuit prin ultima frază: „Suntem cu toții pe fundul unui iad unde fiece clipă e un miracol.”

    9. The horror of being aware of our skull, the consequences of monotheism and the absurd of the void (including the Buddhist void) are only the surface of Cioran’s pessimism. Cioran is nostalgic for paganism, for multiplicity, for skepticism as a form of liberation from dogmatic life.

    10. M-a deranjat doar limbajul greoi. Trebuia să stau cu DEX online deschis. Să presupunem că Cioran a folosit un asemenea limbaj, dar măcar la traducere se putea de folosit ceva mai practic, ceva ce să nu mă facă să mă simt ultra-prost.

    11. full-stop/2013/06/13/rReview by Michael SchapiraIs Emil Cioran an author to be feared? Is his writing dangerous in some way that should, for example, prevent me from including his aphorisms at the end of group emails? Is this kind of question ridiculous to even ask nowadays, when the more appropriate question would be whether it is possible to take Cioran, or any writer for that matter, seriously enough to feel his threat? I would have thought not, had a classmate not raised this very issue when [...]

    12. Apreciez oarecum la Cioran și mi se pare interesant cum, spre deosebire de alți autori, nu te coboară treptat în infern, ci te aruncă direct în Groapa Marianelor fără vreo introducere, apoi te ține acolo și te ține și te ține și te-ai aștepta ca la un moment dat să te readucă măcar până la linia de plutire dar el te ține acolo iar în final aruncă un bolovan peste tine și te strivește.Totuși, am citit autori care pot crea astfel de sentimente și folosind cuvinte mai pu [...]

    13. The intellectual traditions of early buddhism and katharism may have influenced Cioran, but in accordance with his "unhealthy" skepticism, he leaves behind even these most minimalist ideas of hope. Letting go even of the concept of letting go, yet still being in the world of desire. Writing - with the knowledge that "nothing counts". This seems to be the central contradiction, from which the tension of his prose is derived.

    14. "Each being is a broken hymn." This book, which I gather was one of Cioran's later works (judging by its date) is an interesting examination of Gnostic themes and Dark Buddhism, with loving odes to the "purifying void" and "happy skeletons": the essay "Paleontology" was especially well-written and a joy to read. And it's always nice to see the Bogomils getting a shout-out. "n't forget that you are a fugitive assemblage, a composite whose ingredients are only waiting to come apart."

    15. Some chapters better than others, my favorite was the final chapter which consisted of pithy comments that stung at the heart of humanity. Loved how beautiful Cioran writes, and how willing he is to stare in the face of hypocrisy.

    16. "Von Natur aus bin ich jedem Unternehmen gegenüber abweisend, daß ich, um mich zu einem solchen zu entschließen, zuvor in einer Biographie von Alexander oder Dschingis-Khan blättern muss."

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