E. M. Cioran: Drawn and Quartered

15 October 2019


This old philosopher, when he wanted to dispose of someone, taxed him with being a “pessimist.” As if he were saying “bastard.” For him, a pessimist was anyone averse to utopia. That was how he branded every enemy of claptrap.

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