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Un autor de culto
Taurus recupera uno de los textos clave de l. a. obra de E. M. Cioran. Estos aforismos, escritos en su etapa de madurez, condensan su pensamiento de manera tan lacónica como eficaz y coherente, y constituyen un hallazgo decisivo para cualquier amante de las paradojas y l. a. ironía.
Tallados con precisión, hablan del tiempo, de Dios, de los angeles religión, del silencio, de los angeles muerte y del nacimiento, «una casualidad, un accidente risible». En ellos conviven una devastadora lucidez junto a un humor sin límites, y l. a. lógica más aplastante junto al mayor contrasentido. Opuesto al optimismo y l. a. autocomplacencia de un modo radical, Cioran no desalienta, tiene el talento de fortalecer.
«Las contradicciones de Cioran, lejos de invalidar su obra, más bien revelan l. a. fuerza y los angeles belleza de esta.»
Éric Chevillard, Le Monde

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Del inconveniente de haber nacido

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Taurus recupera uno de los textos clave de los angeles obra de E. M. Cioran. Estos aforismos, escritos en su etapa de madurez, condensan su pensamiento de manera tan lacónica como eficaz y coherente, y constituyen un hallazgo decisivo para cualquier amante de las paradojas y l. a. ironía.
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For example, it is relatively easier to collect attitudinal data than accurate data about the position of individuals in the structure of class, status, and party. A subtle temptation then follows. Crude social classification produces variables which leave large unexplained variance in the dependent variable. A battery of attitude measures gives more accurate prediction. Therefore it may be concluded, attitudes explain, for example, political preference more powerfully than do social positions.

This is almost entirely due to the greater emphasis placed by working class respondents on the reciprocal loyalties that should prevail between parents and children. This was particularly marked when respondents passed judgement on the statement: 'regardless of what the qualities and faults of one's parents are, one must always love and respect them'. 8 Percentage endorsement of traditional family values 58 61 68 62 52 45 40 22 72 72 58 52 52 50 41 19 - 86 84 76 DE 84 84 70 C2 Social class 51 39 36 17 44 79 76 54 63 52 51 /8-34 As:e 72 57 70 53 54 49 59 35 21 83 85 64 59 48 40 23 72 63 72 91 89 84 35-54 55 & over w a..

In the political field the names of Harold Wilson and James Callaghan were just being added to those of an older generation of party leaders. 24 Demographic Correlates of Values Sixteen years later (in 1971) when two-thirds of the 1955 babies had left school, the 'good times' seemed set for unending expansion. For the year ending 31 March 1971, public expenditure on social services and housing was more than 50 per cent higher than for the year ending 31 March 1966. British newspapers and television had familiarised their audiences with the battle-cry of the rioting Paris students: 'What do we want?

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