Le mal et le pire. De Schopenhauer à Cioran (J. M. Marín Torres)

This study aims to question the wrongness, more precisely what we emotionally experience and intellectually categorize as wrong, beginning with the works of Cioran and Schopenhauer. It is true that these two authors agree with the diagnostic of the human condition (its wrongness and its unhappiness are intolerable because unjustifiable, on the theological level too), and also with its traits (sufferance, vainness, injustice, cruelty) and consequences (human liberty), but they have opposite views when wondering if the renunciation to the will of living may suffice or not in order to save the man from his tragic existence. | PDF