L Emilio , insieme al Contratto sociale l opera pi famosa e pi diffusa di Jean Jacques Rousseau, fu pubblicato nel 1762 Trascorsi oltre due secoli, nulla di Rousseau andato perduto I temi fondamentali della sua ricerca sono ancora attualissimi anzi, hanno conosciuto una vitalit straordinaria anche nei nostri anni, quando si avvertita universalmente la necessitL Emilio , insieme al Contratto sociale l opera pi famosa e pi diffusa di Jean Jacques Rousseau, fu pubblicato nel 1762 Trascorsi oltre due secoli, nulla di Rousseau andato perduto I temi fondamentali della sua ricerca sono ancora attualissimi anzi, hanno conosciuto una vitalit straordinaria anche nei nostri anni, quando si avvertita universalmente la necessit e l urgenza di difendere la naturalit dell uomo dalle sovrastrutture che minacciano di soffocarla.
Emilio L Emilio insieme al Contratto sociale l opera pi famosa e pi diffusa di Jean Jacques Rousseau fu pubblicato nel Trascorsi oltre due secoli nulla di Rousseau andato perduto I temi fondamentali

  • Title: Emilio
  • Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau Aldo Visalberghi
  • ISBN: 9788842070290
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. زنى از اشراف پاريس از ژان ژاك روسو راجع به راه درست تربيت كودك پرسيد. روسو نخست قرار بوده نامه اى كوتاه در پاسخ بنويسد، اما هر چه بيشتر به نوشتن ادامه داد به اهميت موضوع بيشتر پى برد، تا بالاخره كتاب درخشان چهارصد صفحه اى "اميل" را نگاشت، كه مبناى برخى تحولات اساسى در نظام آموزش [...]

    2. 966. Émile; or, On Education, Jean-Jacques RousseauEmile, or On Education or Émile, or Treatise on Education is a treatise on the nature of education and on the nature of man written by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who considered it to be the "best and most important" of all his writings.تاریخ نخستین خوانش با ترجمه منوچهر کیا: دوم ماه مارس سال 1972 میلادیعنوان: امیل: رساله‌ ای در باب آموزش و پرورش؛ عنوان دی [...]

    3. I recently read Durant’s The Story of Philosophy. In that he said that it was a pity that philosophy had become quite so obsessed with epistemology (worrying about how we think) rather than ethics (worrying about how we can live a good life). Durant saw a time in the not too distant future when philosophy would get over epistemology and become once more a kind of thinking persons self-help club. In many ways this book is a version of ‘how to live a good life’ – no, better, how to educate [...]

    4. I read this book as research for a writing project of my own. Once finished, I had no idea how I ought to rate it. There is some brilliant writing here, and I highlighted a lot of eminently quotable passages. Certainly I can understand why the French adore some of Rousseau's ideas about education. But even if one can get past the irony of Rousseau the child-abandoner writing (in very smug tones!) how the young ought to be raised and educated, there's the little fact that he was sexist above and [...]

    5. this book is difficult to understand and hence easy to dismiss. many of the other reviews bear witness to this in the most immediate way. emile is not an instructional manual on how to educate a child, nor is it a misogynistic tract that insists on the inferiority of women. these suggestions fail to engage this work precisely where it becomes interesting.Emile is, and was intended to be, the modern equivalent to Plato's Republic. It is a synoptic book, a sustained, comprehensive, and unified ref [...]

    6. في البدء أحب أن أذكر أن جان جاك روسو قد عمل مرة في حياته مربياً لطفل من طبقة النبلاء ولكن التجربة لم تستمر وباءت بالفشل، وأيضاً كان قد تخلى أن أبناءة الخمسة فور ولادتهم للملاجئ بدون أن يترك علامة أو دليل يُمَكِّنه من الرجوع لهم يوماً ما، فلم يستطع أحد معرفة مصيرهم فأغلب المتت [...]

    7. The Educated Human26 January 2016 To say that Rousseau has a low opinion of humanity is an understatement – he absolute despises the corrupting nature of humans and the effect upon the world around them. This is clearly summed up in his opening statement:God makes all things good; man meddles with them and they become evil. Actually, Rousseau has an interesting view of reality: the world is initially good and people are free however from the moment of birth the corrupting influence of humanity [...]

    8. How is it that the same book can at one and the same time be so fascinating and so wrong-headed? The author of Emile indicates that to bring up a child, the parent must be a lifelong tutor -- to the exclusion of any schools or spouses or relatives or anyone else. Rousseau deals with a fictional son named Emile. During the course of the book, he shows his influence from infancy to early marriage.Perhaps such a controlling type of mentorship was possible only in a rural society; and Rousseau not o [...]

    9. مراجعة كتاب: إيميل أو تربية الطفل من المهد إلى الرشدلــــ جان جاك روسوهذا الكتاب هو أثر خلّفهُ روسو في التربية بجانب آثاره الرئيسية الأخرى التي تركها ، نذكر منها كتاب: العقد الاجتماعي الذي يشكل نواة القوانين السياسية في المجتمعات الحديثة و كتاب الاعترافات الغني عن التعريف و [...]

    10. "All children are afraid of masks . I begin by showing Emile the mask of a pleasant face""Remember that, before you venture under taking to form a man, you must have made yourself a man; you must find in yourself the example you ought to offer him."The Archbishop of Paris, Christophe de Beaumont, found this book "dangerous", and a "mischievous work": “it’s irreligion”; the book was burnt by the executioner; Rousseau had to leave Geneva.

    11. Please read the last chapter first. If you can accept Rousseau at his most offensive, then maybe you should continue with the rest of the book. Personally, I'm enough of a feminist that I cannot stand this work. I have heard too much praise for this work by so many who haven't finished it (i.e. read Rousseau's treatment of Sophie) that I will refuse to discuss it altogether.If you're of the "but, gender issues aside" persuasion, you should consider that at the time, there was enough feminist per [...]

    12. Reading this tome was an equally delightful and discomforting one, as a lover of literature, great ideas, and feminist egalitarianism. On one hand, it is obvious that Rousseau was a true visionary (and a master of language). I am truly in awe of what he is trying to accomplish here. As a philosophical exercise of incredible scope, Emile is incredible. I couldn't help but ask myself, "Where are the visionaries of today?"In another sense, though, it is certainly difficult to swallow Rousseau's mis [...]

    13. أما الشئ اللآخذ باللُب بحق فهو أني نسيت بمرور السطور والوقت غايتي التي من أجلها قرأتهفلقد سلب مني مجامع القلب صدق الطريقة التي استولد بها من رحم الخيال طفله، (إميل) !!فدليل الحاجة عندي عين الخيال وإلا فيم ياتُرى يرى الرحّال قريح الحلق بين الصحاري نبع السراب ؟؟.ولئن أخطئتم فحا [...]

    14. A society is composed of citizens. If you want a strong and virtuous society, you must start at ground zero; with the citizen, with the child. This book by Rousseau is, in my mind, his epic masterpiece(notice I sayhismasterpiece, not necessarily a philosophic masterpiece, though that argument could be made, I think). This work is an amalgamation of all his best ideas, presented by way of a young boy named Emile. If you could raise a child the 'right way', Rousseau's way, you would have a nation [...]

    15. أعتقد بأن هذا الكتاب بالرغم من الجدل الذي أثير ولا يزال مثار حوله وحول آراء روسو في بعض القضايا الا أنه يعتبر أحد الكتب الأساسية التي كتبت في علم التربية، يعطي روسو في هذا الكتاب نصائح وارشادات في تربية الطفل والتعامل معه من مولده حتى بلوغه ونضوجه وكيف يتعامل من الإبن والإبن [...]

    16. If we want to produce a good man, how would we go about it? That's the problem that Rousseau presents himself in Emile.In this lengthy work, no aspect of upbringing is overlooked. Starting with the health of the mother before she gives birth, we follow the course of a boy's life as he becomes a man and marries - all under the tutelage of Rousseau.The basis of the upbringing is refreshing: a child must be allowed to follow his natural inclinations and do so in a natural setting away from the soci [...]

    17. I recognize that this is a classic of Rousseau literature and in many ways it's not bad for its time. But it is very hard for me to swallow, knowing how philosophy has advanced and having had the benefit of Plato's works, which Rousseau may not have had full liberty to, given when Plato was dug up. He is SO held within the structure of his time, which can be seen throughout in his biases and his assumptions on class, race, and gender. Painful to swallow if you are not in the majority on any of t [...]

    18. ان من يضيق بفترة الطفولة لايدرك أن النوع البشري كان حرياً به أن يهلك لو لم يبدأ الانسان طفلاً فنحن نولد ضعافا في حاجة الي القوة ونولد مجردين من كل شئ في حاجة الي العون ونولد حمقي في حاجة الي التمييز وكل مايعوزنا حين مولدنا ونفتقر اليه في كبرنا تؤتينا اياه التربية.والتربية تأت [...]

    19. In a course I took, the professor once said that a man had written Rousseau 10 years after he wrote Emile and said that he raised his son identically to how Rousseau raised imaginary Emile. Rousseau wrote back "I feel sorry for you, but more sorry for your son." This book knocked me on my ass which is what books are supposed to do, yes? Yes. Five stars.

    20. كتابي كه حدودا صد و نود سال پيش نگاشته شده و عجيب بر اساس فطرت بشري است، روسو تربيت طفلي را بر عهده مي گيرد، تا به ازدواجش؛ و در اين ميان از اصول و عقايد خود سخن به ميان مي آورددر كل برايم جالب بود

    21. بخش پنجمش چرند محض بود.چهار بخش اول عالی بودند. فکر می کنم اگه یه روز بچه دار بشم از این بخش ها برای تربیتش می تونم کمک خوبی بگیرم.

    22. Alright, I may be biased because I regard Rousseau as my chief inspiration (I could build a temple for him and be the high priestess of Rousseauism) but I think it's cruel to cut off everything else he had to say about very important issues such as what is good and what virtue is, politics and governance, and how we should educate children (well, male children) by saying that he was a narrow minded sexist. Being a bigot means that having problems with progress. One who is a bigot is the one who [...]

    23. كانت البداية مشجعة فيها الكثير من الأفكار المقبولة أو بالأحرى الموافقة لفكرتي على التربية السليمة لكن ما إن بدأ أول فصل بدأت أعارضه الأفكارَ خصوصا أن هذا الـ إميل مجرد شخصية افتراضية لم يطبق عليها جون جاك هذه الطريقة التربوية إلا في عقله . (كان بمقدوره تطبيق هذه الطريقة على أ [...]

    24. Rousseau had some very strange ideas about how to raise children, and how to teach them things. Wrapping kids in swaddling, controlling every aspect of their environment for an age, and then allowing them to learn through failure. This last was my favorite philosophy, one in which, unlike the children of today, he promoted that children be allowed to hurt themselves when they were at the right age, in order that they should learn how not to do stupid things. When I look at the lame, short, plast [...]

    25. Blegh. Just Blegh. Not a fan of Rousseau. When it comes to 17th-18th century philosophers, it's all about John Locke. He is a much more concise and interesting author in my opinion. I blame Rousseau's Frenchness. Lol. Also, the children who were raised according to Rousseau's mandates for Emile turned out horribly. Go figure.

    26. I can't be fair to this book since I dislike Rousseau so intensely. Anyone who has read about him and his life will understand. But I don't agree with his educational philosophy and I don't like when fiction is used solely to hammer in someone's philosophy

    27. There are maybe 7 people in the world who understand this treatise on education, I don't think I am one of them yet.

    28. به هر پدري قبل از شروع تربيت فرزند توصيه مي كنم خواندنش را

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