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May 25, Liam Gleeson rated it liked it. Learning to Live Finally: The description of the English edition is not very good. I personally sort of roll my eyes when somebody comes around with these accusations, but in reading this I did find myself wondering what the utility of this book was, and why it merited such a l A series of Badiou’s reminiscences and memorials for late peers in the French philosophy game.
Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. Alex T rated it really liked it Jun 26, Collected here are not introductory essays about eleven philosophers from post-war France, but eleven eulogies of one sort or another, each coming from a different publication or event and each with an entirely different audience from the one preceding it.
I’ll probably return to this some time in the future, when I’m more knowledgable on pantueon figures and context that permeate this work, but for now I’m in no hurry to dwell on what I read.
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Monthly downloads Sorry, there are not enough data points to plot this chart. All in all it would be difficult to recommend this book to anyone unless what I describe above genuinely intrigued you. What it does feature is a selection of reflections on the work and contributions of fourteen remarkable thinkers, mixed with a dose of pathos and eccentricity. Led Villafuerte rated it really liked it Jun 13, French Philosophy Since An Interview with Jean Birnbaum.
On the Anarchy of Poetry and Philosophy: Daniel Hoolsema – – Critical Horizons 5 1: These studies form an accessible, authoritative distillation of continental theory and a capsule history of a period in Western thought.
Science Logic and Mathematics. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t a little bit glad to be done panthdon this book, and not only because some of it was obscure and badioh to me. That does still grate, and it is somewhat shocking that there are no chapters at least on, say, De Beauvoir or Wittig.
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Well, because I was curious mostly. Figures of Postwar Philosophy by Alain Badiou. Alain Badiou – – Bloomsbury Academic.
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Dolan – – Philosophy and Social Criticism 31 3: This is not a “journey through 20th-century philosophy,” as such, but rather a collection of short tributes to leading French philosophers that Alain Badiou knew to some degree personally, in each case presented or published shortly after their deaths. Of all those addressed in this book, he’s the figure I know the most about, so I was both pleasantly introduced to the book, and disappointed that his presence within it was so brief; the Sartre chapter was also interesting, offering a pretty unique perspective on the man; the Hippolite chapter which follows was one of the more enjoyable for sure.
Whilst you’re unlikely to learn a great deal about Sarte or Derrida from what Badiou writes – unless you had a good grounding already – the book is actually pretty readable as an introduction to Badiou; he has rather more to say here about e.
That’s not necessarily a point against the book, objectively, but at the same time this is a collation of passages and speeches collected across the years, and far from a complete or logical work, so that should be taken into account for anyone curious.
Much more personal and subjective then the rest, it was better off for it; finally the chapter on Borreil and his literature analyses actually makes him the only philosopher here that I was not previously aware of that I subsequently am excited to delve deeper into. But many of his subjects, maybe a bit over half if I recall, are not and have never been in print in English, and if pantheo, in expensive and out of print university ;ocket.
Books by Alain Badiou. All French, badkou controversial, all uber-aware of the world that we live in – and this small handy book is sort of a perfect bathtub book for me. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Ilse Pocoet rated it really liked it Aug 14, He continues to teach a popular seminar at the Coll Alain Badiou, Ph. Panthein is a badass. So why did I read this book? Jacques Derrida – – Melville House. It’s basically him riffing off his fellow contributors to the school of thinking and thought.
Knjiga zamisljena kao katekizam. In some cases, though, it has only whet my appetite for the work of the thinkers themselves. At times the book shows signs of Badiou’s own retreat into the position of public intellectual – there’s a sense that he wants to help create a French canon – but it also includes forceful statements of political commitment which I think remain genuine. Harlow rated it liked it Dec 27, Want to Read saving…. No trivia or quizzes yet.