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Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 13, 2018

Existential Philosophy

Adriana Varlan
Pages 45-48

The Meaning of Death and Life in Emil Cioran

What is Death? Or, I could ask about what do we feel when we think about it. Fear? Agony? Angst? Curiosity? Some kind of freedom? The hope to cross over into a world that our mind can’t even imagine? One of the Romanian philosophers that wrote about it with the intensity of a man tortured by it was Emil Cioran.

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