By Fernando Savater
Este diccionario singular, fruto de una visión own y no un trabajo académico o erudito, no pretende ser un libro para consultar, sino para leer. En sus páginas Fernando Savater aborda l. a. vida y obra de grandes pensadores como Voltaire, Rousseau, Spinoza, Nietzsche, Santayana o Bertrand Russell, y reflexiona sobre abundantes temas oficialmente filosóficos, como los angeles naturaleza, los angeles muerte, los angeles justicia o el ser. Pero el autor no rechaza otros que rara vez figuran en diccionarios de filosofía, como el dinero, l. a. enfermedad, los sueños, el erotismo o l. a. estupidez. Y aunque toma partido en diversas polémicas contemporáneas (la confusión entre ética y política, l. a. recaída en los angeles religión de ciertos pensadores, los angeles egolatría mística o revolucionaria, los angeles crítica posmoderna de l. a. universalidad...), prefiere ocuparse ante todo de los problemas de los hombres que de las querellas de los filósofos. Un diccionario heterodoxo que es una sugestiva iniciación en l. a. filosofía.
Read or Download Diccionario filosófico PDF
Similar philosophy books
This guidebook introduces and examines Plato's 3 dialogues that care for the loss of life of Socrates: Euthphryo, Apology and Crito. those dialogues are largely considered as the nearest exposition of Socrates' ideas.
Part of the Routledge Philosophy Guidebooks sequence.
Jean-François Lyotard is among the such a lot celebrated proponents of what has develop into often called the 'postmodern'. greater than virtually the other modern theorist, he has explored the family among wisdom, paintings, politics and historical past, in ways in which provide radical new percentages for wondering sleek tradition.
This paintings explores the afflicted dating and unfinished highbrow discussion among Paul Celan, seemed via many because the most crucial ecu poet after 1945, and Martin Heidegger, probably the main influential determine in twentieth-century philosophy. It facilities at the power ambivalence Celan, a Holocaust survivor, felt towards a philosopher who revered him and every now and then promoted his poetry.
Isaiah Berlin was once deeply favourite in the course of his existence, yet his complete contribution was once maybe underestimated due to his choice for the lengthy essay shape. The efforts of Henry Hardy to edit Berlin's paintings and reintroduce it to a extensive, keen readership have long past a long way to therapy this. Now, Princeton is happy to come back to print, lower than one hide, Berlin's essays on those celebrated and attractive highbrow photos: Vico, Hamann, and Herder.
- The Cambridge Companion to Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)
- In the Spirit of Hegel: A Study of G.W.F. Hegel's Phenomenology of the Spirit
- Monty Python and Philosophy: Nudge Nudge, Think Think! (Popular Culture and Philosophy)
- Starting with Hume
- Beyond Matter: Why Science Needs Metaphysics
Extra info for Diccionario filosófico
6. Human beings are finite. As a "being-in-the-world," we Epoché: The Photo 55 recognize that death is a "not-to-be- outstripped" (inevitable) possibility. Death as such is the possibility of the end of all possibilities. " As a "being-towards-death," as Heidegger would say, the human being becomes aware that she cannot have all the possibilities. Faced with the recognition of one's finitude, one also recognizes that one is always faced with choices. In making a choice, some one simultaneously eliminate thousands of other possible choices.
One cannot deny or understand nothing — something must be under consideration for thought to occur. In the presence of nothing, there is no person, no individual. 36 Chapter One (b) Transcendental Idealism “Everything which is and has reality for me, that is, for man, exists only in my own consciousness,” Husserl stated. According to Husserl, through reduction, the Phenomenological Ego can become and observer of itself, aware of itself, and self-conscious. Since we gain knowledge via this ego, we learn about the ego as we learn about the environment around us.
XXVI, p. 212). However, i t m a y b e n o t i c e d that Husserl does not naively take the existence of an extra-mental referent for granted. Instead, he asks which structures of consciousness entitle us to represent the world as containing particular objects transcending what is currently given to us in experience. Husserl can thus be read or at least be rationally reconstructed as both an early direct reference theorist and a nonnaive externalist on intentional content and respective meanings.