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In existographies, Emil Cioran (1911-1995) was a Romanian-born French existentialist atheism philosopher, who believed that existence and its works, e.g. his two-dozen plus books, was futile and meaningless; he digressed on the paradoxes of this view, in respect to "accidents", nihilism, pessimism.
- “I'm simply an accident. Why take it all so seriously?”
- — Emil Cioran (c.1950), reflection his mother telling him (c.1935) that if she had known he was going to be so unhappy she would have aborted him
The following are uncategorized quotes:
- Anon. (2020). “Why Do We Live for No (Real) Reason? Nihilism and the Philosophy of Emil Cioran” (YT), Pursuit of Wonder, Dec 1.