An Unheard-of Reflection On/Against The Image, by E.M. CIORAN

An enigmatic text, mostly unheard-of by even the most knowledgeable experts in the matter of Cioran, is among the selected writings that compose Contra la Historia [Against History], a collection of aphorisms and essays edited by Esther Seligson, with the purpose of diffusing Cioran's writings in the Spanish-speaking world when his books were just starting… Continue lendo An Unheard-of Reflection On/Against The Image, by E.M. CIORAN

“E. M. Cioran and the self-image of the modern philosopher in the broken mirror” (Florin Oprescu)

International Workshop on the Historiography of Philosophy: Representations and Cultural Constructions, 2012. Abstract: he illusion of the author's intentionality "in the carpet", according to Henry James's allegory, is lethal for hermeneutics. Are there cases of authors whose image is discretely hidden in the texture of their work, even when it is philosophical? Critics tried a… Continue lendo “E. M. Cioran and the self-image of the modern philosopher in the broken mirror” (Florin Oprescu)