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Laa time is sealed off, time is out of reach; and it is the impossibility of penetrating it which constitutes this negative eternity, this wrong eternity. Rumeno di origine Cioran era figlio di un prete greco ortodosso. Dopo avremo a che fare con una specie di eterno al contrario, come spiega Cioran.
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Non esiste progresso per Cioran nella storia. Goody rated it it was amazing May 02, Death seems to have the only salvation for them, but suicide is not an option.
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The Fall into Time
Those that enjoy reading Cioran have most likely been crushed under the weight of an existence which they have no power to end, nor endure.
Cioran spiega questo con un verdetto del Mahabharata che recita: Alina Buzoianu rated it it was amazing Oct 01, Va vissuto nella sua interezza, ma soprattutto nei suoi pensieri o meglio nei pensieri di Cioran.
To see what your friends thought of dioran book, please sign up. Feb 21, Pablo Fazio rated it it was amazing. Want to Read saving…. Nella Bhagavad Gita si parla di questo distacco dal frutto dell’atto come un distacco dal piacere o dal dispiacere che consegue dall’adempimento di una qualsiasi forma di atto. I generate dead time, wallowing in the asphyxia of becoming. Solo i membri di questo blog possono postare un commento.
Cadutaa Solares Villar rated it really liked it May 06, Doubtless he is evolving, but against himself, to his cost, and toward a complexity which is ruining him. Sin dall’inizio si percepisce una sorta di inquietudine: Return to Book Page.
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Mi fermo e ascolto. The skeptic, the one who doubts even of his own doubts, the one who is capable of escaping from messianic time and experiencing time without eternity, the one who escapes from determinisms, from the illusion of the future, and assumes his body, his constantly evolving and decaying body, that one can understand the futility of dialectics without nostalgia.
Questo principio indica la pratica del distaccamento dell’uomo dal frutto dell’atto. But none of these labels quite fits. 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 Cioran is immensely enjoyable to read.
He then began writing in French a book that, thanks to numerous intensive revisions, would eventually become the impressive A Short History of Decay — the first of a series of ten books in which Cioran would continue to explore his perennial obsessions, with a growing detachment that allies him equally with the Greek sophists, the French moralists, and the oriental sages.
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Cioran’s is a unique voice, one that comes – elegantly, ironically, pointedly – out of the void to describe the modern predicament with an almost excruciating sharpness. Non avendo l’esistenza alcuno scopo, si pone il problema del diritto all’esistenza? If he continues to clutch at them, he will doubtless enter upon the career of a ludicrous god or an obsolete animal, a solution as convenient as it is degrading, the ultimate stage of his infidelity to himself.
In questo era in contro tendenza con qualsiasi suo contemporaneo. His contempt for everything can be invigorating. The eternity that set itself above time gives way to that other eternity which lies beneath, a sterile zone where I can desire only one thing: