ئاشنابوون بە دیڤید هیوم

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David Hume writes Paul Strathern is the only philosopher whose ideas remain plausible to us today Hume s most substantial contribution to philosophy could be simplified as the denial of t

  • Title: ئاشنابوون بە دیڤید هیوم
  • Author: Paul Strathern مستەفا زاهیدی
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  • Page: 457
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  • David Hume 1711 1776 , writes Paul Strathern, is the only philosopher whose ideas remain plausible to us today Hume s most substantial contribution to philosophy could be simplified as the denial of the existence of anything but our own perceptions or it could be subtly described as a realization of the contingency of our knowledge of the world, where any explanaDavid Hume 1711 1776 , writes Paul Strathern, is the only philosopher whose ideas remain plausible to us today Hume s most substantial contribution to philosophy could be simplified as the denial of the existence of anything but our own perceptions or it could be subtly described as a realization of the contingency of our knowledge of the world, where any explanation for phenomena be it rooted in religion, science, or some other discipline is uncertain Strathern s short volume puts Hume s extreme empiricism and the rest of his career into perspective with the author s usual dry wit as when he summarizes Hume s positions on miracles and suicide as no such thing and up to you.

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    1. Foad on said:

      من همیشه هیوم رو فردی فربه و خوش مشرب تصور می کردم - که در واقع هم این طور بوده - اما تازه فهمیدم این خوش مشربی، پرده ای بوده بر مشکلات روحی و عصبی پنهانش که همیشه آزارش میدادن و با تمام کوشش سعی می کرده مخفی شون کنه. یک بار که دچار تب و هذیان شده بود، همه ی چیزهایی که سعی می کرد سرک [...]

    2. Joseph on said:

      From Audible Channels.Philosophy's first openly atheist philosopher. He argued against cause and effect, miracles, and the soul. He proposed the "Bundle Theory" and went down in history as a historian. His History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688 became a best seller and remained in print for over a century. Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office than to serve and obey them. ~ Hume

    3. Anthony Vacca on said:

      Another brisk, cursory look into the life and works of an esteemed philosophical mind. Strathern's 90-minute take on Hume is a respectful primer for the man who made atheism fashionable for intellectuals and also helped tear apart his contemporary's conceptions of philosophy, ushering in what we consider the modern era of ontological thought. These audiobooks have been fun and made for a nice refresher for the hardly operable understanding of philosophy I had left over from a couple of college c [...]

    4. Sharabenab on said:

      معرفی مختصر و مفید از زنگانی هیوم. کتاب مقدمه ی خوبی دارد که جریان فکری فلسفه را تا به هیوم مورد بررسی قرار می دهد و بعد از آن زندگانی یوم را به تصویر می کشد. ایراد کتاب این است که به هیچ وجه وارد فضای فکری هیوم نمی شود و صحبتی از اندیشه ها و آراء این فیلسوف به میان نمی آورد.

    5. Phillip on said:

      Thus was pleasant and entertaining. I've given up on the series. I ordered some through interlibrary loan. I've been listening to them only because I ordered them. There may be one more thst hasn't come in yet. After that I don't plan to listen to any more. I find them to be distasteful.

    6. Kaa on said:

      [-Influenced Kant -Philosophers were atheistic, but without boldly acknowledging it. Hume did. ]

    7. Junior Ales on said:

      Com o propósito de ser uma leitura rápida, Hume em 90 minutos consegue por em poucas palavras a história do primeiro ateu que se admite ateu.Strathern escreve sobre vida, obra e morte do filósofo escocês, passando por histórias dos encontros e das relações de Hume com contemporâneos ilustres de sua época como Rousseau e Newton.Ao final, o autor traz uma coleção de citações famosas retiradas das obras de Hume que ilustram tudo que o livro propôs até então e nos instiga a buscar m [...]

    8. Realini on said:

      Hume in 90 minutes by Paul StrathernFabulous bookThe philosophy of David Hume is one of a handful that still stands up today! Sophisticated later systems, a bit mocked by the author, have come crumbling, but Hume’s thinking is viable in the present.It is very interesting how much we can learn in 90 minutes. We do not reach the essence, the depths of Hume’s mind, but there is a certain familiarity that I felt after reading this exquisite book.David Hume was a very interesting scholar, who pro [...]

    9. Justin Tapp on said:

      Since I have been exploring the world of classical liberal philosophy and needed an audio book for the road, I decided to try this book out. Paul Krugman recently listed Hume's An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding as one of his top five books, so I've been curious to read more Hume. Most of his works are available as free ebooks at Project Gutenberg and elsewhere.There is a "Philosophers in 90 Minutes" series, and this is one part. Strathern gives a biographical overview of Hume and explain [...]

    10. Alper on said:

      Understanding Hume (or other philosophers) would hardly be like listening to a football match live on radio. This book (and other books of the Series) certainly is not about fully grasping Hume (or other philosophers), rather can be considered as a preliminary testing if Hume is the right philosopher for you and if you should start his, say, "Treatise of Human Nature". Your leaning against a philosopher depends on what life questions you ask, which of them you expect he will respond. The series [...]

    11. M Pereira on said:

      This is a very good account of Hume. Certain things have been emphasised that are not usually addressed in typical Hume stories. There is the issue of his love life, or lack of; there is the personable nature of the man; Hume is addressed in his non-philosophical roles, such as a Librarian and Historian of English history. A fair amount of detail is put into Hume's views for an introductory book, but just as a thought (not a criticism), could more be said about Hume's relationship with other Sco [...]

    12. Timothy McNeil on said:

      Strathern clearly has a selective reading of Hume's philosophical works (nothing on the Clever Knave, nothing on how the mundane life is anathema to philosophical pursuits is mentioned here). Worse, he seems to have a fundamentally flawed view of it, thinking that there is something more than a general reduction to general uncertainty (on principle, not practicality, logic, reason, or experience).The books also gives a very incomplete account (for the 90 Minutes series) of the subject's life. J [...]

    13. Mike Jensen on said:

      A couple of years ago, I became curious about the lives of all those philosophers I read in my twenties for, you learn little about them men from their books, Lord Russell being a partial exception. I chose against reading 500 page tomes about them, I was not THAT curious, so with delight I recently found this little series of books about philosophers and other cultural figures. The four star rating MUST be understood in the context of somebody wanting a little book with a desire for a little in [...]

    14. Xolrax on said:

      Interesante lectura. Concisa, permitiendo un pequeño acercamientoa las ideas de Hume. Se destaca el humor irónico del autor británicoque hace más amena aún la lectura. Lo mejor, los antecedentes biográficosenlazados con algo de historia del siglo XVIII. Estimo que en la presentación de la filosofía de Hume, faltó claridad.

    15. William Watkins on said:

      I liked the simplicity of the book and the idea, however I learnt more about Hume rather than his ideas. I also felt Strathern was slightly biased and seemed to give his opinion when I really couldn't care less about it. I would prefer a more informative book rather than a gossip about philosophers.

    16. John on said:

      The last 10 or so pages of this book are Humean quotes and the preceding pages are heavier on biography or modern consequences of Hume's empiricism. Though Strathern is funnier in this volume than the others I've read, he basically leaves the nitty-gritty in Hume's own words at the end.

    17. Sam Jones on said:

      This is the weakest of Strathern's in 90 Minutes series, at least of those I've read. He shows his personal biases the most glaringly here.I am reading these books to learn about the philosophers and their theories, not to be told by Strathern who is right and who is wrong.

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