Îndreptar pătimaş

Îndreptar pătimaş

Emil M. Cioran / Aug 17, 2019

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  • Title: Îndreptar pătimaş
  • Author: Emil M. Cioran
  • ISBN: 9789735026158
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Emil M. Cioran

        Born in 1911 in R inari, a small village in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, raised under the rule of a father who was a Romanian Orthodox priest and a mother who was prone to depression, Emil Cioran wrote his first five books in Romanian Some of these are collections of brief essays one or two pages, on average others are collections of aphorisms Suffering from insomnia since his adolescent years in Sibiu, the young Cioran studied philosophy in the little Paris of Bucarest A prolific publicist, he became a well known figure, along with Mircea Eliade, Constantin No ca, and his future close friend Eugene Ionesco with whom he shared the Royal Foundation s Young Writers Prize in 1934 for his first book, On the Heights of Despair Influenced by the German romantics, by Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and the Lebensphilosophie of Schelling and Bergson, by certain Russian writers, including Chestov, Rozanov, and Dostoyevsky, and by the Romanian poet Eminescu, Cioran wrote lyrical and expansive meditations that were often metaphysical in nature and whose recurrent themes were death, despair, solitude, history, music, saintliness and the mystics cf Tears and Saints, 1937 all of which are themes that one finds again in his French writings In his highly controversial book, The Transfiguration of Romania 1937 , Cioran, who was at that time close to the Romanian fascists, violently criticized his country and his compatriots on the basis of a contrast between such little nations as Romania, which were contemptible from the perspective of universal history and great nations, such as France or Germany, which took their destiny into their own hands After spending two years in Germany, Cioran arrived in Paris in 1936 He continued to write in Romanian until the early 1940s he wrote his last article in Romanian in 1943, which is also the year in which he began writing in French The break with Romanian became definitive in 1946, when, in the course of translating Mallarm , he suddenly decided to give up his native tongue since no one spoke it in Paris He then began writing in French a book that, thanks to numerous intensive revisions, would eventually become the impressive A Short History of Decay 1949 the first of a series of ten books in which Cioran would continue to explore his perennial obsessions, with a growing detachment that allies him equally with the Greek sophists, the French moralists, and the oriental sages He wrote existential vituperations and other destructive reflections in a classical French style that he felt was diametrically opposed to the looseness of his native Romanian he described it as being like a straight jacket that required him to control his temperamental excesses and his lyrical flights The books in which he expressed his radical disillusionment appeared, with decreasing frequency, over a period of than three decades, during which time he shared his solitude with his companion Simone Bou in a miniscule garret in the center of Paris, where he lived as a spectator and turned in on himself and maintaining an ever greater distance from a world that he rejected as much on the historical level History and Utopia, 1960 as on the ontological The Fall into Time, 1964 , raising his misanthropy to heights of subtlety The Trouble with being Born, 1973 , while also allowing to appear from time to time a humanism composed of irony, bitterness, and preciosity Exercices d admiration, 1986, and the posthumously published Notebooks Denied the right to return to Romania during the years of the communist regime, and attracting international attention only late in his career, Cioran died in Paris in 1995 Nicolas Cavaill s Translated by Thomas Cousineau


    326 Comments

    1. Leerlo a Emil es vivir constantemente a las 5 de la mañana. No puedo explicarlo de otra forma. En sus mejores momentos es un lírico trasnochado y en sus malos momentos todavía desea la violencia viril, el fascismo. Mucha de la pasión en este libro, el último que escribió en rumano (esa lengua de borrachos) con el paso de los años y los libros mutará en sentido del humor. Como vivimos épocas de revoluciones/dictaduras de la alegría, y como el lirismo pasó de moda, leerlo hoy es bastant [...]


    2. For Cioran, “man begs for existence.” For that reason, Cioran challenges Kierkegaard’s concept of anguish from a humanistic perspective: man has the capacity to live toward the nothingness as the best unreal realities, without any transcendental goal or religious relief while having inner peace. His non-dialectical philosophy is an early echo of Deleuze and Guattari ‘s schizoanalysis.


    3. Poderoso libro que mejora con cada revisión de los apartes seleccionados en las lecturas previas. Infecto por el virus de la vitalidad desesperada del instante inmenso y urgente y poseedor de una devastadora belleza cadavérica que golpea y arrasa sin sutileza alguna.



    4. Îngăduită fie-mi prezenta revărsare de umoare, căreia îi atribui un exces de sinceritate ce se vrea a fi cunoscut, totuşi. Pesemne dintr-o izbucnire de vanitate reprobabilă. Oamenii ponegresc sublimul prin falsa impresie că-l înţeleg — înţelegere din care izvorăşte dorinţa de-al împărtăşi cu alţii —, când el nu trebuie decât simţit şi lăsat să-şi savureze triumful asupra eului.Uneori simt atât de personal scrierile lui Cioran, încât nu pot să le citesc decât [...]


    5. Más cercano al ensayo que a la poesía, disfrutable el lenguaje, refrescante el estilo, aunque no estoy de acuerdo con muchas de las ideas. No lo he terminado, ahí la llevo.


    6. "Por lo general, todos creemos que estamos llenos de vida y alardeamos de nuestros esfuerzos y de su fruto. En realidad, llevamos a la espalda un saco vacío que llenamos de vez en cuando con migajas de realidad. El hombre es un mendigo de la existencia. Un ridículo ganapán en la irrealidad, un chapucero de la naturaleza."El libro es una fuente de reflexiones sobre nuestro paso por el mundo. Sobre lo que creemos que es o sobre lo que en realidad es. Al leer los pensamientos y temas del libro u [...]


    7. Los incendios y su consiguiente angustia me encontraron leyendo esto. Se me hizo claustrofóbico a ratos por lo mismo, como para leerlo con un disco de Sunn O))) o uno de los primeros de ASVA de fondo.


    8. Leer a Cioran es un golpe duro al alma. No me atrevo a decir que recomiendo el libro a pesar de lo mucho que me agradó.



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