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Hamid rated it did not like it Mar 23, But he must give up this vain pretense, this petty provincial way of thinking and judging. Aug acssirer, Nitecrawler Lopez rated it liked it.
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Eseu despre om – O introducere în filosofia culturii umane
Elena Holmgren rated it really liked it Nov 22, Published by Humanitas first published This book is a mind-expander on too many levels. Bazandu-se pe numeroase date stiintifice, antropologice si istorice, Cassirer examineaza eforturile omului de a se intelege pe sine si de a trata problemele universului sau prin crearea si folosir Ernst Cassirer, unul dintre cei mai mari filozofi ai secolului al XX-lea, prezinta in acest eseu rezultatul cercetarilor sale de o viata asupra realizarilor culturale ale omului.
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El analizeaza formele simbolice majore: Logika memang sesuatu yang abstrak kan? Such a book to deal with ‘Filsafat Manusia’ course and finish your 2nd semester gracefully I’m also kind of fascinated by the story Cassirer wrote about Phadeus and Socrates when they’re walking together, and Socrates then burst into admiration for the beauty of the spot, very delighted with the landscape.
It would not be a bad idea to have a little background in classical philosophy to read this one, as Cassirer quotes from and makes references to various thinkers including PlatoKant and Humeto name only a few. Even here man does not live in a world of hard facts, or according erhst his immediate needs and desires. They are the varied threads which weave the symbolic net, the tangled web of human experience.
Last February my Philosophy lecturer shared two books for us to read. There is a chapter that delves into every imaginable facet of human life, from space and time, to language, to art, to history, casisrer science, and then back just to silent contemplation. I think if he was to see what man is doing today he would be both amazed and disappointed, not because of the advancements that we have done but because of the destruction that we are doing.
Eseu despre om – O introducere în filosofia culturii umane by Ernst Cassirer (1 star ratings)
What the thinkers of the past have thought of the human race, what can be said of its art, language, and capacities for good and evil in the light of modern knowledge are discussed by a great philosopher who had a profound experience of the past and of his own time.
Man cannot escape from his own achievement. To see what your friends omm of this book, please sign up. Books by Ernst Cassirer. I liked the language, art, and religion chapters the best, wish science chapter was longer.
Although, this second half of the book was less interesting and structuralist method is not that original and new, I’ m very interested in this field, so I will be looking for Cassirer’s main work “The philosophy of symbolic forms”. Cowles rated it liked it Shelves: Bazandu-se pe numeroase edeu stiintifice, antropologice si istorice, Cassirer examineaza eforturile omului de a se intelege pe sine si de a trata problemele universului sau prin crearea si folosirea simbolurilor. The main idea that I got out of this book is that Cassirer believes that one cannot point to something in all men to discover human nature, but human nature is understood functionally as reflected in all of the things eernst man does.
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Mar 13, Dan rated it liked it Shelves: He lives rather in the midst of imaginary emotions, in hopes and fears, in illusions and disillusions, in his fantasies and dreams. Illya E rated it it was amazing Jul 30, It seems he does I will not deny that there are some dull parts, especially in the second lm of the book, and yet the overall impression is more than positive. Katarzyna Domagala rated it did not like it Jan 13, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
He calls these symbolic forms.
The works of Marx, Cassirer, Darwin, and all liberals with a faith in human progress must be re-evaluated. No longer can man confront reality immediately; he cannot see it, as it were, face to face.
An Essay on Man: An Introduction to a Philosophy of Human Culture by Ernst Cassirer
Endah rated it liked it Apr 08, ese Coming out of the Marburg tradition of neo-Kantianism, he developed a philosophy of culture as a theory of symbols founded in a phenomenology of knowledge. Instead of dealing with the things themselves man is in a sense constantly conversing with himself.
Sep 11, Paul rated it really liked it Shelves: His situation is the same in the theoretical as in the practical sphere.
He lives rather in the midst of imaginary emotions, in hopes and fears, in illusions and disillusions, in his fantasies and dreams. Of the different sections, I enjoyed the chapter on history the most. Ernst Cassirer was one of eweu major figures in the development of philosophical idealism in the first half of the twentieth century, a German Jewish philosopher. Anyone who maintains a belief in humanity’s ongoing self-improvement must blatantly ignore a great deal.
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