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I really tried to keep going but it was just so trite.
Title: Jostein Gaarder-Lumea Sofiei-Univers (1997)
Sophie’s World to be a classic introduction to philosophy? When I started studying philosophy fifty years ago, survey courses plunged us into concepts like epistemology, ontology, and eschatology sofjei little regard for why philosophy developed.
The two things this book has going for it are: Hilde begins to read the gaardfr but begins to turn against her father after he continues to meddle with Sophie’s life by sending fictional characters like Little Red Riding Hood and Ebenezer Scrooge to talk to her.
It spoke about the differences between children and adults, the whole adults lost their ‘joy’ in life and resort to humdrum things and children, opposites. It’s how you live your life that matters.
If you are already interested and educated in philosophy, then this book is not for you, as it only briefly touches on some theories and it over-simplified in most cases, leading the uneducated reader into thinking they understand the theory, when in fact what they understand often barely resembles the theory as it was first proposed. I cannot believe that this book won awards. As to the literary merits of the work, I have to regretfully give a total lujea.
Afterwards, she receives a packet of papers, part of a course in philosophy. Optimistic and constructive books rated it 3 years ago http: Paperbackpages.
You know it’s not that I don’t get philosophy or that I never asked these questions, it’s just that I don’t dwell on them. As we get into the 18th and 19th centuries, there are some disappointing and questionable choices.
The man known as Alberto Knox was gone, though a massive manhunt was launched he was never found, it is believed he was living under an assumed name and left the area to avoid capture. Please, check your email, the code to access your BookLikes blog was sent to you already. I started it and I was like umm okay! I hope I haven’t done very big mistakes and I hope is readable and understandable. It is also possible that he is an amazing writer who pretends he’s arrogant, but I don’t really believe that see 1.
Every time they opened their mouths to speak I ended up squirming in my seat. Alright,I try to be honest with this book;not biased or jaded. Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. Mike Roocroft This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ She doesn’t, the Major thinks he is in the real world with full control over Sophie and Alberto’s lives as he is the author, not knowing that he only …more She doesn’t, the Major thinks he is in the real world with full control over Sophie and Alberto’s lives as he is the author, not knowing that he only lives in the imagination of Jostein Gaarder who is the second silent author.
No way, gentlemen, that a book of philosophy, which seems to stop suddenly, will not treat the XXI century philosophy according to, at least, the two essential points of view which have been argued in this century. I should now go on and tell you how deep this sentence is -in a philosophical w Dear Sophie, hello girl! Maybe I will revisit this book once that class has been erased from my mind and I need a new dose of Philosophy. Romanian and, see below, English. I started out expecting to like it.
I opened the book and was granted with really shitty and choppy writing. I tried to ignore the sophomoric dialog and trite inner-monologue of the child. Ari Abdullah indeed, so lets not talk about the truth.
The mystery story itself was undeveloped and much more Carrollian than I had anticipated. We take abuse seriously in our discussion boards. It isn’t what I’d recommend to someone interested in philosophy or a good story not because it’s particularly bad but simply because there’s better stuff out there.
While the intention is admirable, the execution leaves a lot to be desired.
Razvan Zamfirescu’s review of Lumea Sofiei
For the film, see Sophie’s World film. D Trotzdem war da etwas, dass mich neugierig auf das Ende gemacht hat und so habe ich es durchgezogen. I have to admit I really struggled with this book. I found it draggy, creaky, didactic and boring. Who cares if the words are technically correct if there’s no chiaroscuro. Only Sartre and Beauvoir are d Sophie’s World is meant to be an easy introduction to the history of philosophy wrapped in a mystery novel. Agree, so far has been simple: O fetita, aflata la limita tulburatoare dint In a aparut Lumea Sofieicu subtitlul roman despre istoria filosofieicare a devenit peste noapte un urias succes international.
I think Jostein Gaardner meant it to gaarrder a book for kindergarten kids. The dialogue of the characters is trite and unrealistic at best.
It was not widely released outside of Norway. The rest of this review has been withheld due to the changes in Goodreads policy and enforcement.
He becomes increasingly paranoid as he wonders how Hilde is pulling the trick off. A Novel about the History of Philosophy. Este inceputul unei serii de scrisori care contin un adevarat curs de filosofie, incepand cu presocraticii si ajungand pana la Freud, Darwin, Heidegger sau Sartre si totodata inceputul aventurii Sofiei, care devine aventura cititorului insusi.
This secret correspondence can be classified under something called “grooming” where pedophiles gain the trust of children in order to get near them.