“The irony and obsessions of Cioran’s philosophy” (Marius Nica)………a new name to me.

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Cheers to the author for this work.

Such an interesting and thoughtful piece on a writer and thinker.

The author discusses Romanian contemplator Emil Cioran and his relationship to atheism, skepticism, and mysticism.


Favorite quote from the author of this paper:

…..then that person has not really read Cioran. Perhaps they have leafed through some pages, read some ideas which they mirrored their own experiences into, their own projections on an existence which is impossible to transcend.

Favorite Cioran quotes included in this work:

If the difference between man and animal is the fact that the animal cannot be but animal, whereas the man can be inhuman, which is something other than himself-in this case I am unhuman.

My experiences became books, as if they had written themselves.

The writing is only valuable when it objectifies a feeling, because beyond the expression there is life, and beyond the form there is content.

Between the passion for ecstacy and the horror of the void the entire mysticism revolves.

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