Reading that book – a compendium of aphorisms of harsh irony that transmit sensations before ideas – was another hook to the chin that left me with even less certainty. A handful of his passages (Cioran. 1981) can give us an idea of the paralyzing lucidity that dominates this cult work: “Having committ all the crimes. except that of being a father” (p. 12). «I am. in general. so sure that everything is devoid of consistency. foundation. justification. that anyone who dar to contradict me. even if it were the man I most esteem. would seem like a charlatan or an imbecile to me» (p. 13) . «The only. true bad luck: be born. It goes back to aggressiveness. to the principle of expansion and rage root in the origins. in the impulse towards the worst.
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It is not surprising that every being that comes into the world is accurs” (p. 15). «It is better to be an animal than a man. an insect than an animal. a plant than an insect. and so on. The Salvation? It is everything that diminishes the realm of consciousness and compromises its supremacy” (p. 34). «There is no limit affliction» (p. 53). “I will never understand how you can live knowing that you are not. at least eternal” (p. 156). “Indispensable condition b2b email list for spiritual plenitude: having always bet wrong…” (p. 161). «Death is not absolutely useless. After all. thanks to her we will be able to recover the space before birth. our only space…” (p. 168). “There is no position more false than that of having understood and remaining alive” (p. 177). “Shaking people.
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Waking them up from their sleep knowing that doing so is committing a crime. and that it would be a thousand times better to leave them where they are. since when we wake them up we have nothing to offer them…” (p. 179). “Man gives off a particular smell: of all animals. only he reeks of a corpse” (p. 184). «One only has the possibility of getting a glimpse of what madness all existence is bas on. to the extent that. at every moment. one rubs against death» (p. 185). «Birth and chain are CE Leads synonyms. See the light: see shackles…” (p. 187). Of all the animals only he reeks of a corpse” (p. 184). «One only has the possibility of getting a glimpse of what madness all existence is bas on. to the extent that. at every moment.