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Ispita de a exista PDF/EPUB ´ Ispita de  eBook º Trebuie s nv m s g ndim mpotriva ndoielilor i certitudinilor noastre, mpotriva umorilor atot tiutoare, trebuie, mai ales, f urindu ne o alt moarte, o moarte incompatibil cu hoitul, s accept m ceea ce nu poate fi dovedit, ideea c ceva exist Nimicul era desigur mai comod Ce greu e s te mistui n Fiin Emil Cioran

10 thoughts on “Ispita de a exista

  1. Buck Buck says:

    Really, Emil You re tempted to exist God, talk about your first world problems Outside the Latin Quarter, has anyone ever troubled their head about such a ridiculous pseudo dilemma A lot of smart people around here seem to love Cioran, but I just don t get the attraction True, he

  2. Szplug Szplug says:

    Poor Cioran I often think of him as he was depicted in the introduction to On the Heights of Despair , a withered old man with a thick sprouting of silver straw flaming from his skull, softly admitting to Ilinca Zarifopol Johnston that he was weary of slandering the universe in th

  3. Tosh Tosh says:

    How can one resist this title just the title alone One of the great cynical thinkers in the 20th Century I recently discovered him, and once I read this book, i had to go out and get every title by this incredible writer Good volume to have by the bedside, when you have one of thos

  4. Elenabot Elenabot says:

    The Temptation to Exist makes an interesting complement or foil to Paul Tillich s The Courage To Be The two map opposite poles of our spiritual life, as well as revealing two different meanings that ultimate lucidity can have Read on its own, Cioran s perspective seems incomplete, f

  5. AC AC says:

    I ve spent 2 3 hours with this now, spread over a couple of days and I m sorry to say I can t find anything very interesting in it Maybe it s me The only essay that grabbed me at all is on a winded civilization It has some fine insights on the meta psychology I m just making up a wor

  6. Matthew Matthew says:

    Cioran is just humorous enough in his pessimism, and acerbic in his irony though I m not convinced that a lot of his most outrageous statements were actually as ironic for him as they ve been perceived to be by many critics and commentators , and anyone who loves a mental exercise, mu

  7. Eugene Eugene says:

    i kept thinking, while reading cioran, of what sheeper said about edward dahlberg Read him but pay no attention to anything he says He is so critical and cantankerous, so grum, small, and jealous, that if you took him at all seriously he would drive you as batty as he is The quotations

  8. Eda Eda says:

    He is my fav

  9. Alexis Alexis says:

    He lost me during Beyond The Novel.It s hard for me to see beyond a cynicism, brooding fascism, and a genuine disdain for the human condition This is my second try, and every time I pick Cioran up I just end up wanting to throw the book across the room.There s just something about a guy

  10. Geoff Geoff says:

    OH but what I forgot to add in my thing below is the part Sontag writes about Hegel s system representing the end of philosophy, or Hegel s idea of philosophy as the history of philosophy so that after Hegel there s no philosophizing left, his science encompasses all, and outside of Hegel

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