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Ejercicios espirituales y filosofía antigua
Hardcover1st edition Biblioteca de Ensayo – Serie mayor pages. Published June 30th by Siruela first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Not only have I struggled with writing this review, but I have let it get in the way of others reviews. Time to get over it so here goes.
She serves the author, Pierre Hadot, well. That last one could antiga be part of it though, depending on how you approach it. Hadot wants his readers to take a new look at ancient Greek philosophers beyond the teachings of modern day academics, beyond the view of the ancients as a bunch of dry pedagogues piwrre scriveners. A call for his readers to approach the Greeks from their standpoint, the standpoint that says that philosophy is about living.
The goal lies in practice as it was described in Ancient Greek philosophies. To this end, Hadot discusses the main schools of thought coming out of that time and place: From my perspective, this last is something of a disappointment for I most closely identify with Pyrrhonism.
Pierre Hadot – Ejercicios Espirituales y Filosofia Antigua
It would have seen more on the sceptical schools but there are other sources. Although Hadot dismisses Buddhism as a source of such practice, I find there to be a great deal of parallel thought between Mahayana Buddhist philosophy and Pyrrhonism. I would suggest that Hadot would agree that just as one cannot become a Buddhist without practicing a path to Buddhism; and haddot cannot become a Christian without practicing one of the forms of Christianity; or, indeed, become an auto mechanic without practicing the craft of auto mechanics, it is also not possible to become a philosopher edpirituales practicing philosophy.
This is more than simply reading a ejercicuos of books, or teaching some courses on the topic. Not an easy thing to do – but quite rewarding. Take it up as a full time vocation. View all 6 comments. Nov 19, German Sanchez Collado rated it really liked it. Realmente me ha gustado y no lo he encontrado dificil de leer. Me quedo con algunas ideas del libro. Destaco estas ideas del libro: Inspiring discussion of antiquity, when philosophy was something you did, not just something you talked about.
Apr 17, David A. Pierre Hadot is one of espiritualess rare philosophers who is willing to point out that Philosophy with a capital P has been taken over by the academics of which he is one, certainlyto the detriment of its usefulness to humanity.
It was not always this way, and need not be, hadog implied by the aantigua of this book. He looks at some of the early schools among the Greeks, and shows how their original eejrcicios was self-knowledge. Ancient philosophy proposed to mankind an art of living. By contr Pierre Hadot is one of those rare philosophers who is willing to point out that Philosophy with a capital P has been taken over by the academics of which he is one, certainlyto the detriment of its usefulness to humanity. By contrast, modern philosophy appears above all as the construction of a technical jargon reserved for specialists.
Highly recommended, as are his other books. Read the Dutch translation. Aug 28, Sean A. Concise, accessible links between “philosophy” and “lived experience”.
Read for Don Morse’s Philosophy as Life class.
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