“Emile Cioran and the culture of death” (Tomislav Sunic)

Dr. Tom Sunic, March 14, 2012 Historical pessimism and the sense of the tragic are recurrent motives in European literature. From Heraclitus to Heidegger, from Sophocles to Schopenhauer, the exponents of the tragic view of life point out that the shortness of human existence can only be overcome by the heroic intensity of living. The philosophy… Continue lendo “Emile Cioran and the culture of death” (Tomislav Sunic)