His position, thus, has a mark Nietzschean tone, and, in that sense, Cioran would be, like Nietzsche – whom he respects, as he leaves it well express – a tragic philosopher: a philosopher who accepts life despite its burden. of pain and loss . He once wrote: “It’s not worth killing yourself: you always do it too late.” (Cioran, 1998, P. 35). Suggestive idea, without a doubt. The stain of existence is always there: being born means having already become bogg down in the carnival of a cosmic and cosmic absurdity that will never be eras.
Greed for Gold Brought
Not even with death. It is not strange to find in the works of the Romanian writer a visceral rejection of academic philosophy . Cioran draws attention to that kind of fearful dormancy into which philosophy is immers when it is transform into a refin (and dull) way of denying the tragic condition of man: a being that b2b leads comes from nothing and is inexorably and absurdly head towards it. In the work of destroying it, he sets out to expose the naive illusions woven in a world that he considers intoxicatingly absurd, and to destroy the mirages that philosophy has creat in its stubborn desire to grasp the absolute and explain the inexplicable.
Pain and Death to the
Of that knowlge that is usually consider one of the most excellent creations of the human spirit, he once saidAleppo is one of the most important cities in Syria. At this time, the most violent confrontations that the army of that country is maintaining with rebel factions and with the fundamentalist militias of the Islamic State (ISIS) are taking place there. The situation is desperate, especially for B2B Fax Lead civilians who find themselves under crossfire and expos to the sudden bombardments of the regular Syrian army and the Western coalition, who, as always happens in brutal scenarios like this, care little about what Military commanders use an insulting euphemism to call collateral damage.