Що таке антична філософія?

Що таке антична філософія?

П'єр Адо / Jan 18, 2020

  • Title: Що таке антична філософія?
  • Author: П'єр Адо
  • ISBN: 9789669720023
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. That Diogenes—what a card.I must say, this has to be one of the single best translations from French into English that I've encountered so far—and that the work in question is one delving into the specifics of philosophical and theological thought only makes that fact all the more impressive. Big, honking kudos to Michael Chase for his absolutely top-notch rendering work herein, and even grander, more enthusiastically Charmin™-squeezing kudos need be sounded to Pierre Hadot for providing a [...]

    2. As an undergraduate I was torn between philosophy, anthropology, mathematics and physics (I already knew that I couldn't make a career out of my interests in literature and history). But academic philosophy in the USA was then (and it appears to be unchanged in this respect today) "analytic",i.ensisted primarily of formal and abstract analysis of rather technical questions, supplemented by taking (what appeared to me to be important) questions from metaphysicset aliaand submitting them toreducti [...]

    3. This book is challenging: Hadot's writing style is holographic, one sentence can contain the whole. Each sentence requires focus and thought, and comprise large chunks of text not given to a general reading. He is superb and absolutely authoritative on historical elements and teases out the distinction between philosophical discourse and practice. The reader is left with a very clear idea of the centrality of 'askesis' to philosophy, and how 'lived' philosophy was buried by Neoplatonic theology, [...]

    4. Ця книга, мабуть, одна із найкращих, які доводилось мені читати з історії філософії античності. Читаючи її, будьте обережні, адже вона може вас змінити.

    5. The Spirit Of Ancient PhilosophyFor some time, I have been studying the American philosopher Josiah Royce's 1892 book "The Spirit of Modern Philosophy" which discusses the nature and value of philosophy and the role in philosophical thinking of the history of philosophy. Royce engagingly describes the history of "modern" philosophy from Spinoza through the theory of evolution and Herbert Spencer. In the course of the work, Royce develops his own philosophy of absolute idealism based on his refle [...]

    6. Ancient philosophy is described as a way of life, focused primarily on ethics (contrasted with moderns focused on abstract truth, and post-moderns deconstructing it). Fascinating discussion of how ancient philosophical schools more or less morphed into Christian monasticism.

    7. Forgot about the importance of a commute to get reading done! I just finished this book on the commuter rail to Boston. This is the first book in the Stoned Philosophers Book Club discussion group happening at a local bar near you. I am sure that I'll have much more to say after bookclub meets, but in general, I found this book to be a great place to start delving into the philosophical tradition. Since I have never formally studied philosophy, I've had a hard time figuring out where to start. U [...]

    8. Hadot provides an exhaustive look at the origins of Western Philosophy and shows how it began as a love of wisdom, not a love of argument as it's become. He provides a steady guide through some of the key figures, their schools and their askeses (practices) which all had the goal of self-knowledge. This book will change your outlook on philosophy.

    9. Filosofija kaip gyvenimo būdas, kaip dvasinės pratybos, o filosofinis diskursas, kurį mes dabar linkę vadinti filosofija, tai tik to gyvenimo būdo produktas. Labai man tas patinka, skaičiau su dideliu malonumu. Yra dar lenkų filmas "Zmruż oczy", kuris gražiai iliustruoja tą filosofinį būvimą pasaulyje, rekomenduoju: /title/tt0379063/

    10. Definiția filosofiei de-a lungul vremii pare să fi fost mereu asimilată obiectului de studiu la un moment anume al ei. În Antichitate am putea spune că-i studiul ființei sau al existenței; în perioada medievală, a lui Dumnezeu; modernitate, a cunoașterii, iar în perioada contemporană, probabil a limbajului. Pierre Hadot nu-și propune o nouă încercare de definire a esenței domeniului, încearcă în schimb să aducă la lumină latura uitată a filosofiei de la începuturile sale; [...]

    11. This book is a great companion of Foucault's last three/four lecture series (Government of the Living, Hermeneutics of the Subject, Government of Self and Others, Courage of Truth)! Unlike Foucault I found Pierre Hadot to be a trustworthy guide; his interpretations matches my recollections or takeaways. Also there are just so many easter eggs he buried into the text which was such a game to detect and dig out all of them! I love people making esoteric references when I know the references!Some m [...]

    12. Definitely the most I've learned in 281 pages. M. Hadot has here assembled an extraordinarily erudite and enlightening history and summary of ancient philosophy that should (more than) satisfy anyone looking to get into the subject. He forcefully makes the point that, in antiquity, philosophy involved a choice of a certain way of life and as such is much more directly relevant to the "art of living," to the activity of being a human being, than modern sterilized university lecture hall philosoph [...]

    13. „În primul rând, discursul filosofic justifică teoretic opțiunea de viață. Am constatat-o de la un capăt la celălalt al istoriei filosofiei antice: pentru a-și întemeia raționalitatea opțiunilor de viață, filosofii trebuie să recurgă la un discurs ce vizează el însuși, atât cât se poate, o raționalitate riguroasă. Fie că e vorba, la Platon, de alegerea Binelui, la epicureici, de alegerea plăcerii pure, la stoici, de alegerea intenției morale sau, la Aristotel și Plot [...]

    14. As I worked on preparing a history of philosophy class in my new job at a Mexican university high school ("prepa"), I found Pierre Hadot's consideration of the ancient tradition of philosophy as a way of life to be especially useful and stimulating. It is rich and complex but still very readable (thanks in part to Michael Chase's translation from the French, which flows quite smoothly). Anyone with even a slight interest in philosophy would be rewarded by reading this book. I will certainly seek [...]

    15. Altra notevolissima perla di Pierre Hadot. Il profondo legame tra pratica e filosofia è ciò che manca, il più delle volte, alla Weltanschauung di molti filosofi contemporanei, in base alla mia ancor poco sviluppata esperienza. Mi propongo ironicamente, dopo tale lettura, di tentare di abbozzare una sorta di “eserciziario” relativo ad alcuni pensatori da me affrontati, offrendo a me stesso degli strumenti che mi consentano di portare avanti il meraviglioso progetto hadottiano.

    16. Altro grandissimo testo di un bravissimo e raffinato divulgatore. Supera gli inevitabili scogli con eleganza e pazienza; spiega con cortesia anche i termini più comuni; dettaglia un universo vastissimo utilizzando le giuste citazioni; propone prassi che solo uno stolto potrebbe pensare di non tenere in considerazione. Viva i greci.

    17. I was initially put off by the title. I was worried that this work wouldn't present information in an intellectually engaging manner, and I was very pleasantly surprised! Pierre Hadot is incredibly insightful, brilliantly read, and writes masterfully. Well worth a read if you have interest in the Greco-Roman philosophical tradition.

    18. I thought the book explained quite well the different philosophical currents in Antiquity, but the general structure was a bit vague for me. Personnally, it was okay, but I don't think I would reread it just for pleasure.

    19. İlkçağ (ya da Eskiçağ) felsefesi üzerine okuma yapmaya başlayacak olan kişilere önerilebilecek bir eser.

    20. Well done overview of the various schools of thought from the pre-Socratics up to late-Antiquity. Translation is smooth and readable.

    21. Il faut sans doute se réjouir que ce livre ait eu une telle résonance au niveau international. Après tout, il ne s'agit pas d'une énième histoire de vampires boutonneux. J'avais à l'époque un prof de philo qui commençait à déprimer. Il disait qu'il ne faisait pas de philosophie, mais de la philosophologie - c'est-à-dire qu'il passait son temps à commenter les philosophes, exercice au bout du compte stérile. Pierre Hadot nous explique que cette tradition d'exégèse se met en place d [...]

    22. A philosopher is someone who loves wisdom, someone who strives to live wisely; key here is the word "live." The ancient philosophers (Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Epicurus, Zeno the Stoic, Diogenes the Cynic, Pyrrho the Skeptic, Plotinus and Porphyry, and those who came after them) thought that philosophy was first and foremost about a fundamental, existential commitment to live in a certain way, striving with one's being toward some ideal - and only afterwards did theoretical reasoning take plac [...]

    23. A mi este libro me marcó mucho, me parece muy importante ver que el comentario de textos nació en la escolástica, antes del renacimiento la filosofía se practicaba, se vivía no sólo se leía para comentar. Este es un libro indispensable de la historia de las ideas.

    24. I enjoyed an opportunity to spend time thinking about the schools of ancient Greek philosophy and considering the ways in which each, to a significant extent, manifest as archetypal constellations in the night sky of human thought, certainly both as having been significant influences in the development of subsequent civilization, but also possibly as hinting at fundamental patterns in human cognition.It was engaging to dissect my development of thought using the template of the schools: The arch [...]

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