ئاشنابوون بە سپینۆزا

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Longtime readers of Paul Strathern s Minutes books pamphlets really know the drill Strathern provides a minibiography of one of the world s great philosophers and an overview of his intellectual c

  • Title: ئاشنابوون بە سپینۆزا
  • Author: Paul Strathern کۆمەڵێک نووسەر
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  • Longtime readers of Paul Strathern s 90 Minutes books pamphlets, really know the drill Strathern provides a minibiography of one of the world s great philosophers and an overview of his intellectual contributions, interspersed with Strathern s sometimes witty, sometimes merely sarcastic, comments about his subject s life and surroundings His book on Spinoza, whose philLongtime readers of Paul Strathern s 90 Minutes books pamphlets, really know the drill Strathern provides a minibiography of one of the world s great philosophers and an overview of his intellectual contributions, interspersed with Strathern s sometimes witty, sometimes merely sarcastic, comments about his subject s life and surroundings His book on Spinoza, whose philosophy he considers one of the finest ever produced, is no exception Spinoza was an outcast in 17th century Holland as a Jew, he faced opposition from the Christians, and as a radical thinker who attacked not only the scientific but theological authority of the Pentateuch the first five books of the Old Testament , he was shunned excommunicated, even by the Jewish community Left to his own devices, he crafted a pantheistic philosophy based on the premise that God and the universe are one and the same, so that to harm others is ultimately to harm oneself As Strathern writes, it has a compelling beauty unequaled in the history of philosophy Although, in order to get to that level of brilliance, Spinoza had to write his share of clunkers, including one book that Strathern describes as reducing Descartes delightful and lucid style to a rubble of almost impenetrable mathematics.

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    One thought on “ئاشنابوون بە سپینۆزا

    1. Mohammadjavad Abbasi on said:

      این کتاب نیز مانند سایر مجموعه کتاب های آشنایی با فیلسوفان سعی کرده زندگی نامه و افکار و عقیده هر فیلسوف را به طور مختصر و مفید شرح دهد.اسپینوزا یکی از فیلسوفان بزرگ خردگرای سده ۱۷ به شمار می‌آید.او در یک خانوادهٔ یهودی متولد شد. او تحصیل علم را در مدرسهٔ یهودیان آغاز کرد اما ر [...]

    2. Joseph on said:

      Another in the Audible Channels. This one was mostly a miss with me. The biography, however, was interesting. Spinoza managed to really irritate large sections of the population. He was expelled from the Jewish community in an elaborate ceremony. Christians didn't care much for him either. Even in the very free and liberal Netherlands, he pushed the limits of society. His work on ethics was not published until after his death.He was apparently an outstanding lens grinder.

    3. baQer (BFZ) on said:

      اسپینوزا: من نمی‌دانم فلسفه‌ی من بهترین فلسفه‌ها هست یا نیستولیکن خودم آن را حق می‌دانم و اطمینانم به درستی آن به همان اندازه است که شما اطمینان دارید که مجموع سه زاویه‌ی هر مثلث مساوی با دو قائمه است

    4. Anthony Vacca on said:

      I didn't retain a lot of information about Spinoza's theories from my drive-by listening of this audiobook. Something about a system of reasoning Spinoza pulled out of his ass and decorated with pretty prose. Actually there were some really nice sound bites about jealousy and loss peppered throughout Strathern's cute little philosophic primer. Not much is known about Spinoza's life other than that he juked an assassin's attempt at knifing him (at least that is the detail that I remember most). U [...]

    5. Thomas on said:

      Read it just this morning (a bit under 90 minutes, did I read too fast?). While it's not a bad read in the strict sense, it really did not give me any solid sense of Spinoza's overall philosophy and quite often just felt like an outlet for the author's (rather bad) attempts at wittiness.

    6. Claudio Valverde on said:

      Baruch Espinoza interesantisimo filosofo holandés judío (del siglo XVII) que fue repudiado tanto por el judaísmo como por el cristianismo. Como PANTEISTA su concepción de Dios era que éste era todo y todo era Dios pero le quitaba toda consciencia no era un Dios misericordioso o castigador por los pecados cometidos. Por eso fue repudiado por la Iglesia. Intento explicar todo a partir de un razonamiento geométrico. Su Racionalismo fue más allá del mismo Descartes. Dañar a otros o a la nat [...]

    7. Julia Price on said:

      I love these quick little philosophy reads/refreshers. Although, they do add some humor, I could do without some of the snarkiness of Mr. Strathern's opinions.

    8. David S. T. on said:

      I plan to start some of Spinoza's works soon, so I read a few short introductions in preparation. This one has the hard task of trying to introduce Spinoza in less than 90 pages, of course this means that much has to be left out. Overall this was well written and easy to read, it focuses much on Spinoza's life and the environment which he wrote his works in. The coverage of his works is brief as expected, but decent and this was well worth the short time it took to get through.

    9. Mike Jensen on said:

      This little book is not very good on Spinoza's thought, which is given as conclusions with little of the reasoning that led to his conclusions. Read it because you want a brief, very brief, account of his life with some references to his ideas, just enough to get on to the next phase of his life. There is no depth to this little book, but it may serve as an introduction to the philosopher or a reminder to those of us who read him 30 years ago why we think Spinoza was an idiot.

    10. Hannah on said:

      Short, funny and accessible, the book is a great intro to Spinoza. Far better than Roger Scruton's "Spinoza, a life". The problem with this genre is that while the author claim to write a summary or intro of a philosopher, (or anyone, for that matter) they are hard pressed to remain objective, and end up telling us what they think of their subject (in this case , Spinoza, his views, or both). If I really want to know Spinoza, I'd need to read his work. Alas, I'm too intimidated (for now).

    11. Guilherme Passos on said:

      Talvez o mais incompleto e confuso da coleção de Strathern. Provavelmente isso se deve ao fato da complexidade da Filosofia de Spinoza, pelo menos de meu ponto de vista. Um livro mais focado na biografia do filósofo do que em sua ideia, mas que não deixa de ser uma boa experiência de leitura.

    12. John on said:

      This book is nearly perfect. Biography, philosophy, history, and exegesis alternate throughout in an incredibly entertaining way.

    13. Cid Medeiros on said:

      A lot of surprises for me about Spinoza: dutch, not Spaniard; pantheist, not Jewish; and a intriguing and yet obscure metaphysics which was no intended to be explained in this book.

    14. Arthur on said:

      One of the better ones in the series. The author hit the high points and caught much of the essence of the great man.

    15. Tra-Kay on said:

      This one was probably the sparsest on philosophy of the five others I've listened to in this series, but still it was interesting and witty as always.

    16. Vincent Russo on said:

      Nice overview of Spinoza's life, philosophical works, and various tidbits of how it had an impact on future philosophical works.

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