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L’homme sécrète du désastre.

Syllogismes de l’amertume, Emil Cioran, in Oeuvres, éd. Gallimard, coll. Quarto, Paris, [1952] 1994, p. 801.

In English, the same aphorism reads “Man secretes disaster.” (All Gal Is Divided, trans. Richard Howard, New York: Arcade, 2012, p. 124). Richard Howard also translated Barthe’s Camera Lucida, Deleuze’s Proust and Signs, and many more.

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Image from the French edition of Cioran’s Complete Work with the quote (in French): “Man secretes disaster”
Syllogismes de l’amertume, Emil Cioran, in Oeuvres, éd. Gallimard, coll. Quarto, Paris, [1952] 1994, p. 801.
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