/pessimism/ general. discuss based pessmistic thinkers and artists.(from left to right: Schopenhauer, Cioran, Bernhard)
The ironic thing about Pessimism is that its actually a great deal less nihilistic than Optimism.Pessimism: Let's do a realistic reckoning of realityOptimism: Lets just float everything that might contradict our position and focus in on the most insignificant minutiae
>>13638925How do you call the philosophical position in which you think everything is horrible but you're actually fine and even happy about that? In a world that is burning, how do you call the suddenly ravished pyromaniac?
>The more we frequent men, the blacker our thoughts; and when, to clarify them, we return to our solitude, we find there the shadow they have cast
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>>13639296Its called being an edgy faggot. Recognizing the horror of existence should provoke the position that less people ought to be exposed to it.
>>13639307What if I think being exposed to horror is the only worthy trial in life?Dixit Bloy "Everything that happens is adorable".
>>13639322Then you're a Petersonian and an idiot.
>>13639307Now you're the edgy AND brainless faggot. Why cease bringing people into this world based on some arbitrary and possible "suffering." Life is more than a dichotomy between suffering and pleasure. If your child experiences great suffering it's most likely due to your faults as a parent (in other words anti-natalists are pussy bitches coping for their inceldom period)
>>13639394You don't know what edgy means. Empathy is not edgy.
>>13639394Can you people stop trying to slip aspersions (adhominems at best) into the conversation on pessimism, under the poorly veiled guise of analyzing the collective psychology of pessimists?
>>13639394>hurr durr edgy cope incel You're a human bot. Congratulations, you've made yourself irredeemably insipid. Now stop speaking. Wise men speak because they have something to say; Fools because they have to say something.
he was friends with cioran apparently
>>13639516Yeah and send him money, which he wouldn't need if he accepted literary prizes
>>13639394Since when is morality based on what MIGHT happen to someone as a result of your consenting on their behalf?>Hmm, I guess I'll have sex with this sleeping person because they might really enjoy it.