“Only from the heart do we know when something changes”: interview with Simona Constantinovici about the Dictionary of Cioranian terms

“The Dictionary of Cioranian Terms intends to be a sort of invitation to read the philosopher in a different way, to put him in a light that extracts its fascicles from the substance of the words, from their uninterrupted story, impacting a future that stands, as a prey, lurking it.”Simona Constantinovici Simona Constantinovici (born 1968)… Continue lendo “Only from the heart do we know when something changes”: interview with Simona Constantinovici about the Dictionary of Cioranian terms

“After affirmation, or, being a loser. On vitalism, sacrifice, and cinders” (Paul Harrison)

GeoHumanities, Durham University, 1 (2). pp. 285-306. What could it mean to hesitate before life? To be unwilling or unable to affirm existence? And who or what would suggest such a thing? What type of monster would embrace sadness over joy, despair over hope, failure over success? And yet this is what is proposed. This… Continue lendo “After affirmation, or, being a loser. On vitalism, sacrifice, and cinders” (Paul Harrison)