Ce livre, fruit d'un colloque foreign, s'emploie pour los angeles première fois à déployer dans toutes ses dimensions, scientifique, philosophique, éthique et politique, los angeles complexité de l'oeuvre de Canguilhem.
By Francis Wheen
La biografía más humana, cercana y amena de uno de los filósofos más influyentes de todos los tiempos
Las rules de Karl Marx son probablemente las que más han influido en el mundo después de las de Jesucristo. En esta apasionante y en ocasiones muy divertida biografía se nos presenta por primera vez a Karl Marx en su faceta más humana. Un apasionado agitador, que pasó casi toda su vida encerrado en l. a. sala de lectura del Museo Británico; un hombre sociable y simpático que, sin embargo, acabó enemistado con casi todos sus amigos; un abnegado padre de familia que dejó embarazada a l. a. criada; un intelectual profundamente serio al que le gustaba beber, contar chistes y fumar puros y un hijo pródigo al que su madre le dijo: «Habría preferido que reunieras un capital en vez de escribir sobre él.» l. a. vida y las principles de Marx, su encanto y su cólera, se muestran en toda su complejidad y contradicción: los angeles de un brillante y provocador filósofo que vivió, como en los libros de Dickens, los tiempos difíciles de un caballero venido a menos.
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By Graeme Gilloch
This significant new ebook bargains a much-needed creation to the paintings of Siegfried Kracauer, one of many major highbrow figures within the orbit of the Frankfurt institution of severe conception. it truly is a part of a well timed revival and reappraisal of his specified contribution to our severe knowing of modernity, the interrogation of mass tradition, and the popularity of either the dynamism and diminution of human event within the hustle and bustle of the modern city. In stressing the intense number of Kracauer’s writings (from scholarly philosophical treatises to journalistic fragments, from comedian novels to categorized reviews) and the staggering variety of his topics (from technology and concrete architectural visions to slapstick and dancing girls), this insightful publication unearths his basic and formative impact upon serious thought and argues for his very important relevance for cultural research today.
Kracauer’s paintings is special by means of an acute sensitivity to the ‘surface manifestations’ of pop culture and a witty, eminently readable literary kind. In exploring and making available the paintings of this impressive philosopher, this e-book should be fundamental for students and scholars operating in lots of disciplines and interdisciplinary fields: sociology and social concept; movie, media and cultural reports; city stories, cultural geography and architectural thought; philosophy and significant Theory.
By Aileen M. Kelly
By Frank Marshall Davis,John Edgar Tidwell
Frank Marshall Davis was once a well known poet, journalist, jazz critic, and civil rights activist at the Chicago and Atlanta scene from the Nineteen Twenties via Nineteen Forties. He was once an intimate of Langston Hughes and Richard Wright and an influential editor on the Chicago night Bulletin, the Chicago Whip, the Chicago Star, and the Atlanta World. He renounced his writing profession in 1948 and moved to Hawaii, forgotten until eventually the Black Arts flow rediscovered him within the 1960s.
Because of his early self-exile from the literary limelight, Davis's lifestyles and paintings were shrouded in secret. Livin' the Blues bargains us an opportunity to rediscover this proficient poet and author and stands as an incredible instance of black autobiography, related in shape, type, and message to these of Langston Hughes and Richard Wright.
"Both a social remark and highbrow exploration into African American existence within the 20th century."—Charles Vincent, Atlanta History
By Martin Buber,Nahum N. Glatzer,Paul Mendes-Flohr
“No topic how fabulous it can be, the human mind that desires to maintain to a airplane above the occasions of the day seriously is not alive,” wrote Martin Buber in 1932. The correspondence of Martin Buber unearths a character passionately concerned with the entire cultural and political occasions of his day.
Drawn from the three-volume German version of his correspondence, this assortment contains letters either to and from the best personalities of his day—Albert Einstein and Albert Schweitzer, Hemann Hesse, Franz Kafka, and Stefan Zweig, Theodor Herzl, Chaim Weizmann, David Ben-Gurion, S.Y. Agnon, Gershom Scholem, and Franz Rosenzweig. those exchanges catch the dynamics of 7 a long time of lived heritage, mirrored during the eyes of a guy who used to be the moral sense of his generation.
One of the major non secular thinkers of the 20 th century, Buber is healthier identified for his paintings of non secular existentialism, I and Thou. a primary mover within the German-Jewish renaissance of the Twenties, he taught comparative faith and Jewish ethics on the college of Frankfurt. Fleeing the Nazis in 1938, Buber made his domestic in Jerusalem, the place he taught social philosophy on the Hebrew collage. As resident sage of Jerusalem, he built a world popularity and following, and carried on a full of life correspondence on social, political, and non secular concerns until eventually the top of his life.
Included during this assortment are Buber’s exchanges with many americans within the latter a part of his existence: Will Herberg, Walter Kaufmann, Maurice Friedman, Malcolm Diamond, and different people who sought his suggestion and information. within the voices of those letters, a full-blooded portrait emerges of a towering mind ever striving to reside as much as philosophy of social engagement.
By Mike Gane
Auguste Comte is commonly stated because the founding father of the technology of sociology and the 'Religion of Humanity'. during this attention-grabbing learn, the 1st significant reassessment of Comte’s sociology for a few years, Mike Gane attracts on contemporary scholarship and provides a brand new interpreting of this notable determine.
Comte’s contributions to the background and philosophy of technological know-how have decisively stimulated confident methodologies. He coined the time period ‘sociology’ and gave it its first content material, and he's well known for having brought the sociology of gender and emotion into sociology. what's much less renowned besides the fact that, is that Comte contributed to ethics, and certainly coined the notice ‘altruism’.
In this significant paintings Gane examines Comte's sociological imaginative and prescient and indicates that, simply because he idea sociology may and may be reflexive, encyclopaedic and utopian, he thought of issues resembling fetishism, polytheism, destiny, love, and the family among sociology, technology, theology and culture.
This attention-grabbing account of the start of sociology is an unprecedented introductory textual content on Comte. Gane’s paintings is an important learn for all sociologists and scholars of the discipline.
By R. J. Hollingdale
By Kenji Tokitsu,Sherab Chodzin Kohn
Musashi's best-known paintings, The publication of 5 Rings, presents undying perception into the character of clash. Tokitsu interprets and gives wide remark on that well known paintings, in addition to 3 different brief texts on approach that have been written earlier than it, and an extended, later paintings entitled "The technique to Be Alone." Tokitsu is a considerate and educated consultant, placing the old and philosophical elements of the textual content into context, and illuminating the etymological nuances of specific eastern phrases and words. As a contemporary martial artist and a pupil, Tokitsu presents a view of Musashi's lifestyles and concepts that's available and correct to brand new readers and martial arts students.
By Alessandro Mariotti