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Free download » De l'inconvénient d'être né ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ö Textos clave de la obra de E M Cioran Estos aforismos escritos en su etapa de madurez condensan su pensamiento de manera tan lacónica como eficaz y coherente y constituyen un hallazgo decisivo para cualuier amaEcisión hablan del tiempo de Dios de la religión del silencio de la muerte y del nacimiento «una casualidad un accidente risible» En ellos conviven una devastadora lucidez junto a un humor sin límites y la lógica más aplastante junto al mayor contrasen. When every man has realized that his birth is a defeat existence endurable at last will seem like the day after a surrender like the relief and the repose of the conueredThe Trouble With Being Born is a collection of aphorisms mostly about but not limited to the horrors unleashed on us by birth Cioran argues that perhaps existence is exile and oblivion itself is salvationHowever Cioran's wit and dare I say charm prevent this book from becoming what would otherwise be an overwhelmingly crushing read The compact and concise form of the aphorism fits well with his philosophy; since a minimalist ascetic lifestyle seems to be the only way to peel back the layers of existence in order to uncover the Truth long involved treatises are highly unnecessaryThe Trouble With Being Born is a highly readable reflection on the meaninglessness of existence a concentrated dose of pessimism that nudges the curious in the direction of simultaneous salvation and damnation all at once Explosive force of any mortification Every vanuished desire affords us power We have the hold over this world the further we withdraw from it the less we adhere to it Renunciation confers an infinite power

De l'inconvénient d'être néEcisión hablan del tiempo de Dios de la religión del silencio de la muerte y del nacimiento «una casualidad un accidente risible» En ellos conviven una devastadora lucidez junto a un humor sin límites y la lógica más aplastante junto al mayor contrasen. When every man has realized that his birth is a defeat existence endurable at last will seem like the day after a surrender like the relief and the repose of the conueredThe Trouble With Being Born is a collection of aphorisms mostly about but not limited to the horrors unleashed on us by birth Cioran argues that perhaps existence is exile and oblivion itself is salvationHowever Cioran's wit and dare I say charm prevent this book from becoming what would otherwise be an overwhelmingly crushing read The compact and concise form of the aphorism fits well with his philosophy; since a minimalist ascetic lifestyle seems to be the only way to peel back the layers of existence in order to uncover the Truth long involved treatises are highly unnecessaryThe Trouble With Being Born is a highly readable reflection on the meaninglessness of existence a concentrated dose of pessimism that nudges the curious in the direction of simultaneous salvation and damnation all at once Explosive force of any mortification Every vanuished desire affords us power We have the hold over this world the further we withdraw from it the less we adhere to it Renunciation confers an infinite power

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De l'inconvénient d'être né ¸ Textos clave de la obra de E M Cioran Estos aforismos escritos en su etapa de madurez condensan su pensamiento de manera tan lacónica como eficaz y coherente y constituyen un hallazgo decisivo para cualuier amante de las paradojas y la ironíaTallados con pr. This book published as an essay is a surprising collection of relentless thoughts put down by Emil Cioran over life Cioran considers life not as an ontological abstraction but a situation in which you have to go out meet people in the street have a look at your prospects whether they are your own books in a library or job offers in your corner agency You would feel uite the same at reading a notepad teeming with wild thoughts all over the placeIs Cioran sportsmanlike or is he putting a sham sometimes In the end does that matter Emil Cioran is a man of contradictions yet highly consistent in his contradictions He writes every one of them in earnestHere are some thoughts to mull over Please help yourself Some have misfortunes others have obsessions Who are most to be pitied'Certains ont des malheurs d'autres des obsessions Lesuels sont les plus à plaindre 'As arts are going deeper into an impasse artists multiply This abnormality isn't one if one thinks that art on the decline has become impossible and easy at the same time'A mesure ue l'art s'enfonce dans l'impasse les artistes se multiplient Cette anomalie cesse d'en être une si l'on songe ue l'art en voie d'épuisement est devenu à la fois impossible et facile'All these nations were great because they had great prejudices They no longer have Are they nations still Scattered crowds at best'Tous ces peuples étaient grands parce u'ils avaient de grands préjugés Ils n'en ont plus Sont ils encore des nations Tout au plus des foules désagrégées'To get up wash yourself then wait for some kind of blues or angst I would give the whole universe and Shakespeare for a bit of ataraxia'Se lever faire sa toilette et puis attendre uelue variété imprévue de cafard ou d'effroi Je donnerais l'univers entier et tout Shakespeare pour un brin d'ataraxie'If attachment is an evil the cause lies in the disgrace of being born because being born is being attached Detachment should consist in suppressing this disgrace the most severe and unbearable of all'Si l'attachement est un mal il faut en chercher la cause dans le scandale de la naissance car naître c'est s'attacher Le détachement devrait donc s'appliuer à faire disparaître les traces de ce scandale le plus grave et le plus intolérable de tous'When you refuse to be lyrical to fill a page becomes a trial why bother writing exactly what you meant in the first place'uand on se refuse au lyrisme noircir une page devient une épreuve à uoi bon écrire pour dire exactement ce u'on avait à dire ' Download ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Emil M. Cioran

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Emil M. Cioran ↠ 5 Read Tido Opuesto al optimismo y la autocomplacencia de un modo radical Cioran no desalienta tiene el talento de fortalecerReseña«Las contradicciones de Cioran lejos de invalidar su obra más bien revelan la fuerza y la belleza de esta»Éric Chevillard Le Monde. That faint light in each of us which dates back to before our birth to before all births is what must be protected if we want to rejoin that remote glory from which we shall never know why we are separated 157Originally published in 1973 when E M Cioran was 62 years old the book is divided into 12 sections Much of the content is presented in an aphoristic form although Cioran intersperses other types of entries throughout to include anecdotes personal notes and diatribes Cioran considered himself near or at the end of his career as he was writing the book per one of the entries So if you’re going to read one of his books perhaps this is the best one to read as it contains his reflections over a lifetime of work observations and ruminations Now to the underlying theme of the book A significant part of the problem with being born is that we’re not given the choice to opt out If asked certainly some of us would have said no And yet here we are So what to do about it If one is a truth seeker one can take a degree of comfort in the fact that Cioran has read all the old ‘sages’ and found no so called ‘truth’ to set him free Cioran himself makes no claim to being a wise man or sage As he wrote this book he was merely an intelligent older man who had managed to clear away many of life’s distractions Think of his process as making notes while sitting in a metal folding chair at one end of an uncluttered hallway of indeterminate length at the other end of which crouches his death somewhere in the shadows Because the fact is that when one does manage to clear away life’s distractions eg desire ambition religious faith relationships art etc what one is left facing is the inevitability of one’s own death There it stands in all of its stark clarity A logical step at this point would be to simply take one’s own life and yet this is tricky to pull off when in a balanced analytical state of mind Human beings have this tendency toward self preservation and it persists even as we age and observe our own bodies slowly deteriorate in preparation for the final act So what are we supposed to do while waiting around Who knows This book certainly won’t provide answers nor will any other book Perhaps the best thing to do is to help others who are about to die Be with them make them comfortable as they prepare to return to where they were before they were born ie ‘that remote glory from which we shall never know why we are separated’This is not a depressing book Even at its most pessimistic Cioran’s writing holds charm He maintains a level of intimacy throughout lacing his observations with wit and humor typically of the dark biting variety If your outlook is already of a certain disposition akin to Cioran’s this book will offer affirmation But if your pessimism doesn’t reuire affirmation and really why should it then you’re probably better off just taking a walk Walking in a forest between two hedges of ferns transfigured by autumn—that is a triumph What are ovations and applause beside it