فلسفه در عصر تراژیک یونان

Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks 1377 184 9789645620675 19
Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks

  • Title: فلسفه در عصر تراژیک یونان
  • Author: Friedrich Nietzsche مجید شریف
  • ISBN: 9789645620675
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Philosophie im tragischen Zeitalter der Griechen = Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks, Friedrich NietzschePhilosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks (German: Philosophie im tragischen Zeitalter der Griechen) is an incomplete book by Friedrich Nietzsche. He had a clean copy made from his notes with the intention of publication. The notes were written around 1873. In it he discussed five Greek philosophers from the sixth and fifth centuries BC. They are: Thales, Anaximander, Heraclitus, Pa [...]

    2. ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، این کتاب از 19 بخش تشکیل شده است که هریک از بخش ها به دیگری پیوسته و مربوط است و همانطور که از عنوانِ کتاب پیداست، <نیچه> در این کتاب به برسیِ فلسفهٔ یونانِ باستان پرداخته است و آغازِ فلسفهٔ اندیشمندانه و اصیل را، مربوط به یونانِ باستان و پیش از سقراط و افلا [...]

    3. در باب کتاب حکمت در دوران شکوفایی فکری یونانیان نوشتۀ فریدریش نیچه، ترجمۀ کامبیز گوتن، انتشارات علمی و فرهنگی، چاپ سوم: 1386این کتاب یکی از نخستین نوشته‌های فریدریش نیچه است که در سال 1873 نوشته شده است. همانگونه که از عنوان کتاب پیداست، در این کتاب نیچه به بررسی فلسفه در عصر ترا [...]

    4. Anybody says they understand the Pre-Socratics at the first go is either a genius or a liar (or both!).Philosophy books are not generally things that mere mortals can skim over, and this was no exception, with some sections requiring multiple reads to get even the basic points.No false humility here, I hope, it just takes time for even an avid reader to get the concepts in place, much less the assertions that are being made about those concepts. Then you have to remember what the prior points an [...]

    5. "كلما سعى فرد ما إلى الاكتفاء الذاتي ، كانت الفلسفة جاهزة دائمًا لمضاعفة عزلته و لتحطيمه داخل هذه العزلة."|"من العبث أن تُنسب للإغريق ثقافة أصلية ؛ نظرًا لأنهم عرفوا أنْ يلتقطوا الرمح من حيث تركه شعب آخر ، لكي يلقوا به إلى أبعد."|"إنَّ كل صيرورة هي طريقة مذنبة للتحرر من الوجود ال [...]

    6. 4.5 starsI am upset with myself.No. I am downright mad at myself.Here is the “connective tissue,” the link between Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy and his later work. And, on my shelves, it sat. For years.Although I had read portions of it, I never did return to read this wonderful text cover-to-cover. Ah, such is the sometime nature of the undergraduate sensibility! Excerpts. Sections. And "never enough time." Apparently.As a philologist, Nietzsche obviously was intimately familiar with [...]

    7. Deep, rich, alluring, and colorful. A brilliant young Nietzsche paints a vivid, romantic picture of pre-Socratic thought. The paints, five ancient Greek pillars of western philosophy. Our gaze is first directed at the star-burst white of Thales, the royal purples of Anaximander, the fiery reds of Heraclitus, the cold black of Parmenides, and culminates in the rainbow of Anaxagoras' wonderful creation. A beautiful look at the seeds of Nietzsche's genius.4.9 stars out of 5.0 "When one makes as tot [...]

    8. 09/15/2004The young Nietzsche on the impotence of PhilosophyThis book has much of interest to say about various Greek philosophers but precious little to say of Nietzsche's method of proceeding. Of that Nietzsche says, in the preface that "philosophical systems are wholly true for their founders only. For all subsequent philosophers they usually represent one great mistake, for lesser minds a sum of errors and truths. Taken as ultimate ends, in any event, they represent an error" In this book Ni [...]

    9. الكتاب اظنه مناوائل كتابات نيتشه و يظهر فيه تاثره بفلسفه شوبنهاور و يشرح فيه فلسفات الاغريق الاوائل كما ينتقد فيه بشئ مبطن اقوال كانط

    10. مستقبل مؤسساتنا التعليمية ------------------------يتناول نينشه ((مستقبل مؤسساتنا التعليمية))، ويرمي بها إلى التربية والتعليم اللذان سيؤديان إلى ((الثقافة)). لا إلى تناول القوانين الجافة والجداول.فمن هو المثقف؟ أو ما مدى إسهام مؤسساتنا التعليمية في تكوين الثقافة؟يوضح أولا، أن المثقف، ل [...]

    11. If Reginald Allen's treatment of the early philosophers is concise, then Nietzsche's is illuminating. This book is not only about the certain thoughts of certain men, but rather it is about how their personalities and lifestyles were shaped by these same thoughts. Nietzsche claims that nowhere today can we find a person who has such conviction as these men did, however absurd their ideas might seem to us now. More important than his discussion of trends in ancient philosophy is the explosive eme [...]

    12. „Există o necesitate de oțel care îl leagă pe un filozof adevărat de o adevărată cultură; însă ce se întâmplă când nu există o asemenea cultură? Atunci filozoful este asemenea unei comete, al cărei drum nu poate fi calculat, și din cauza aceasta el stârnește spaimă, în vreme ce, în împrejurări favorabile, el luminează asemenea unei constelații strălucitoare în sistemul solar al culturii. Aceasta îi face pe greci să-i justifice pe filozofi: pentru că numai în lu [...]

    13. A young Nietzsche shows his depth of understanding for the Greeks. Though NIetzsche said no young man could understand the Greeks, he disproved his own point. But maybe he never was a young man. I am a young man, and I am far from understanding the Greeks themselves. Which is why it's good that there are books like this one that will bring me closer to understanding them.

    14. كتاب لنيتشة وهو شاب يحتوي ملاحظاته حول بعض فلاسفة الاغريق ما قبل افلاطون يفيد الاطلاع عليه من له اهتمام بتلك الفترة او لمن له اهتمام بتطور نيتشة و فلسفته

    15. أشبع من فضولي حول الفلسفة والاغريق وأفكار نيتشه, خليط مميز :)

    16. he was a grad student when he wrote this. great way to meet him, and know more about his ideas than syphilis and the anti-christ.

    17. احتفظوا بكل ازدهار وحياة واغراءوأعطونى فقط هذا اليقين الوحيد عديم الفائدة

    18. One of the most easy to read book from Nietzsche, as he only explains ancient Greek thought in his own way. Very enjoyable to read!

    19. With his reverential concerns and exaltation to the way, the standpoints and culture of the Greeks, Nietzsche uses transcendental wit that only his mischievous writing could manifest so thoughtfully and delicately. This was not an easy task for him as he spoke on a detailing scale for a few of the Greeks he believed that set a colloquial and prodding notion for communication to transpire. Two figures he focused on, in his opinion, set this notion and even to our standards of living today. Thales [...]

    20. An introduction to the little-known Greek thinkers who shaped philosophy before the time of Socrates from a 19th century German thinker who does not seem to think (with some exceptions) that we have become any wiser. Not very familiar with opinion of the pre-Socratic sages but somewhat familiar with Nietzche's biography I suspect this introduction is just as much, if not even more, an introduction to his philosophy. That said, it takes these ideas seriously as important and able to change the me [...]

    21. An unfinished early manuscript by the last great metaphysician of the West examining several pre-Socratic philosophers of the early classical age. This is a slim volume, but Nietzsche manages to pack in a thorough review of Thales, Anaximander, Heraclitus, Parmenides, and Anaxagoras. As a trained philologist, Nietzsche knew the Greeks well and pulls the reader into the marvelous ancient culture that produced these philosophers. Although I found the treatment of Parmenides somewhat dismissive, Ni [...]

    22. Written as if by a shadow of his future self, but still good.Favorite quote:"A period which suffers from a so-called high general level of liberal education but which is devoid of culture in the sense of a unity of style which characterizes all its life, will not quite know what to do with philosophy and wouldn't, if the Genius of Truth himself were to proclaim it in the streets and the market places. During such times philosophy remains the learned monologue of the lonely stroller, the accident [...]

    23. Întotdeauna mi s-a părut incredibil cum poți reconstitui un întreg pornind de la nimic altceva decât fragmente și bănuieli. Multe dintre vasele vechi din muzee n-au decât un ciob sau două din original, restul e refăcut, dar atât de bine, că de n-ar fi patina să-l de-a de gol, n-ai afla în veci. Iar când vine vorba de reconstrucția de texte, Nietzsche e un adevărat detectiv; știe să reproducă pașii parcurși în gândire ai Titanilor pierduți ai filosofiei (ie presocraticii) [...]

    24. "Quando se trata de homens distantes de nós, basta conhecermos o seus fins para logo os aceitar ou rejeitar em sua totalidade. Quanto aos mais próximos, julgamo-los de acordo com os meios pelos quais atingem seus fins: frequentemente desprezamos seus fins, porém os amamos pelo meios e pelo modo de seu querer. Afinal, os sistemas filosóficos são totalmente verdadeiros apenas para seus fundadores: para todos os filósofos posteriores são normalmente um grande erro; para as cabeças mais frac [...]

    25. Niçe'nin en beğendiğim eserlerinden birisi oldu kitap. Sokrates öncesi döneme fazla hakim olmadığım için ilgiyle takip ettim Niçe'nin bu döneme ait verdiği bilgileri. En yakın zamanda sokrates öncesi filozofları araştırmam gerekiyor. Bana göre antik yunan hala 2 büyük isme sahip Aristo ve Plato Niçe bu algımı ayaklar altına aldı. Kendisine teşekkür ediyorum.Felsefe hakkında yarı bilgili olduğumu bu kitap bana gösterdi. Kitabın piyasada düzgün bir çevirisini bul [...]

    26. A leitura dos pré-socráticos pelo pensamento de Nietzsche foi para mim uma das experiências estéticas mais prazerosas dos últimos tempos! Me levou a compreensões, principalmente de Parmênides e Heráclito, que não tinha atingido, e uma certeza da influência em Flusser, das metáforas poderosas e elegantes do filósofo alemão.

    27. Wanted to see Nietzsche's thought on Parmenides, ended up reading the whole thing. Wasn't disappointed. Kind of annoying how it doesn't really have a proper end, though. It's like he left the work unfinished. A shame, really.

    28. Astute, shrewd, and delicious, this is the dark chocolate of philosophy - Nietzche & the Heart of Greek Philosophy. I read this to compliment my Greek Philosophy class and, wow, this was a privileged insight by which to develop my understanding of the Pre-Socratic thinkers. Nietzche's passionate intellect examines the first great thinkers of philosophy and the culmination of their ideas. All the questions of philosophy originate from their initial observations: coming-to-be, the nature of th [...]

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