2 Fără sursă; 3 Pe culmile disperării; 4 Cartea Amăgirilor; 5 Lacrimi și sfinți; 6 Amurgul gândurilor; 7 Ispita de a exista; 8 Demiurgul cel rău; 9 despre Cioran. Cartea Amagirilor Emil Cioran. likes. Book. Cartea Amagirilor Emil Cioran. Book. people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for Facebook. Buy Cartea amagirilor by Emil Cioran (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
|Published (Last):||27 November 2013|
|PDF File Size:||1.71 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||19.2 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
His work has been noted for its pervasive philosophical pessimismand frequently engages with issues of suffering, decay, and nihilism. His father, Emilian Cioran, was an Orthodox priest. Cioran had a good command of German.
Cartea amăgirilor Quotes by Emil M. Cioran
He became an agnostic smagirilor, taking as an axiom “the inconvenience of existence”. Cioran’s graduation thesis was on Henri Bergsonwhom he later rejected, claiming Bergson did not comprehend the tragedy of life. Inhe received a scholarship to the University of Berlinwhere he came into contact with Ciorsn and Nicolai Hartmann. While in Berlinhe became cartew in the policies of the Nazi regimecontributed a column to Vremea dealing with the topic in which Cioran confessed that “there is no present-day politician that I see as more sympathetic and admirable than Hitler “,  while expressing his approval for the Night of the Long Knives —”what has humanity lost if the lives of a few imbeciles were taken” and, in a letter written to Petru Comarnescudescribed himself as “a Hitlerist “.
Successively, The Book of DelusionsThe Transfiguration of Romaniaand Tears and Saintswere also published in Romania the first two titles have yet to catrea translated into English.
Although Cioran was never a member of the group, it was during this time in Romania that he began taking an interest in the ideas put forth by the Iron Guard —a far right organization whose nationalist ideology cartae supported until the early years of World War IIdespite allegedly disapproving of their violent methods. Cioran revised The Transfiguration of Romania heavily in its second edition emill in the s, eliminating numerous passages he considered extremist or “pretentious and stupid”.
In its original form, the book expressed sympathy for totalitarianism a view which was also present in various articles Cioran wrote at the time,  and which aimed to establish ” urbanization and industrialization ” as “the two obsessions of a rising people”.
Cioran and the Rise of Fascism in Romaniapublished in English ingives an in-depth analysis of The Transfiguration. His early call for modernization was, however, hard to reconcile with the traditionalism of the Iron Guard. Inhe left for Paris with a scholarship from the French Institute of Bucharestwhich was then prolonged until After a short stay in his home country November — FebruaryCioran never returned again. This last period in Romania was the one in which he exhibited a closer relationship with the Iron Guard, which by then had taken power see National Legionary State.
On 28 November, for the state-owned Romanian Radio ciorah, Cioran recorded a speech centered on the portrait of Corneliu Zelea Codreanuformer leader of the movement, praising him and the Guard for, among other things, “having given Romanians a cwrtea.
He later renounced not only his support for the Iron Guard, but also their nationalist ideas, and frequently expressed regret and repentance for his emotional implication in it. For example, in a interview, he condemned it as “a complex of movements; more than this, a demented sect and a party”, saying, “I found out then [ Cioran started writing The Passionate Handbook in and finished it by It was the last book he wrote in Romanianthough not the last to deal with pessimism and misanthropy through delicate and lyrical aphorisms.
Cioran published books only in French thereafter.
carfea Cioran later refused every literary prize he was given. Cioran died of Alzheimer’s disease  and is buried at the Montparnasse Cemetery. Professing a lack of interest in conventional philosophy in his early youth, Cioran dismissed abstract speculation in favor of personal reflection and passionate lyricism. Pessimism characterizes all of his works, which many critics trace back to events of his childhood in his mother is reputed to have told him that if she had known he was going to be so unhappy she would have aborted him.
Emil Cioran – Wikipedia
However, Cioran’s pessimism in fact, his skepticismeven nihilism remains both inexhaustible and, in its own particular manner, joyful; it is not the sort of pessimism vartea can be traced back to simple origins, single origins themselves being questionable. When Cioran’s mother spoke to him of abortion, he confessed that it did not disturb him, but made an extraordinary impression which led to an insight about the nature of existence “I’m simply an accident.
Why take it all so seriously? His works often depict an atmosphere of torment, a state that Cioran himself experienced, and came to be dominated by lyricism and, often, the expression of intense and even violent feeling. The books he wrote in Romanian especially display this latter characteristic. Preoccupied with the problems of death and suffering, he was attracted to the idea of suicidebelieving it to be an idea that could help one go on living, an idea which he fully explored in On the Heights of Despair.
He revisits suicide in depth in The New Godswhich contains a section of aphorisms devoted to the subject. The theme of human alienation, the most prominent existentialist theme, presented by Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camusis thus formulated, amagirilirby young Cioran: He was a thinker passionate about history; widely reading the writers that were associated with the period of ” decadent “.
Cioran Emil Cartea Amagirilor 1991
One of these writers was Oswald Spengler who influenced Cioran’s political philosophy in that he offered Gnostic reflections on the destiny of man and civilization.
According to Cioran, as long as man has kept in touch with his origins and hasn’t cut himself off from himself, he has resisted decadence. Today, he is on his way to his own destruction through self-objectification, impeccable production and reproduction, excess of self-analysis and transparency, and artificial triumph.
Regarding GodCioran has noted that “without BachGod would be a complete second rate figure” and that “Bach’s music is the only argument proving the creation of the Universe cannot be regarded as a complete failure”.
He mentioned that Bach and Dostoyevsky were the two great obsessions of his life, but that while his passion amagiriolr Dostoyevsky ended up diminishing somewhat, his obsession with Bach “remained intact”. Gass called Cioran’s work “a philosophical romance on the modern themes of alienation, absurdity, boredom, futility, decay, the tyranny of history, the vulgarities of change, awareness as agony, reason as disease”. Cioran became most famous while writing not emill Romanian but French, a language with which he had struggled since his youth.
A decision taken by the Court of Appeal of Paris stopped the commercial sale of the collection.
However, in Marchthe Court of Appeal ruled that the seller was the legitimate owner of the manuscripts. Amid the manuscripts, which were mainly drafts of works that had already been published, an unedited journal was found which encompassed his life after the year in which his Notebooks end.
Continental philosophy Philosophical pessimism Existentialism. Suicidenihilismethicsliterature.
Influenced Thomas LigottiNick Land. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Emil Cioran.
Wikiquote has quotations related to: