“In Search of a Not-Man”: Nihilism, Antihumanism, and Dark Mysticism. An insightful approach to Cioran – Interview with Ştefan BOLEA

Ştefan Bolea is the author of Internal Conflict in Nineteenth-Century Literature. Reading the Jungian Shadow (Rowman & Littlefield, 2020). He is currently working as a researcher within the Faculty of Letters of the Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and as an editor of the literary magazine Apostrof. He is also the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the cultural e-zine EgoPHobia… Continue lendo “In Search of a Not-Man”: Nihilism, Antihumanism, and Dark Mysticism. An insightful approach to Cioran – Interview with Ştefan BOLEA

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Perfil na Time Magazine: Cioran, “Visionário da Escuridão” – Paul RESS

Em meio às quase mil páginas dos Cahiers (cadernos) que Cioran manteve como um indispensável laboratório de ideias e exercício de estilo, encontram-se algumas notas sobre uma entrevista que ele teria dado a um jornalista norte-americano, enviado pela revista Time, na qual o autor romeno de expressão francesa, à essa altura já um autor renomado… Continue lendo Perfil na Time Magazine: Cioran, “Visionário da Escuridão” – Paul RESS

“Romanian Philosopher Emil Cioran on the Courage to Disillusion Yourself” (Maria Popova)

“The man who unmasks his fictions renounces his own resources and, in a sense, himself. Consequently, he will accept other fictions which will deny him, since they will not have cropped up from his own depths.” BRAIN PICKINGS, 18 February 2019 “People who shut their eyes to reality simply invite their own destruction, and anyone… Continue lendo “Romanian Philosopher Emil Cioran on the Courage to Disillusion Yourself” (Maria Popova)

“E.M. Cioran, or God Doesn’t Wear a Cane” (Andrei Codrescu)

American Book Review, vol. 1, no. 5, December/January 1978 In my bed of pain, with a crown of ice cubes araund my foot, I was proof that Paris is the best skateboarding town in the world. The square at St. Sulpice had run from under me like Los Angeles had from under Fred Astaire, to show… Continue lendo “E.M. Cioran, or God Doesn’t Wear a Cane” (Andrei Codrescu)