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Las preguntas de la vida

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¿Para qué sirve la filosofía? ¿Cuál debería ser su papel en la educación secundaria? Estamos acostumbrados a que la ciencia resuelva muchas de nuestras perplejidades y problemas, pero ciertas preguntas continúan abiertas porque no admiten ninguna solución definitiva. Nos acompañan durante toda nuestra existencia como seres humanos, repitiéndose de generación en generación: ...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published September 1999 by Ariel (first published 1999)
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Ebrahim Refaghat
Feb 03, 2015 Ebrahim Refaghat rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
کانت: فقط می توان فلسفه ورزیدن را تدریس کرد نه فلسفه را...ء

خردورزی به تمامی و از بنیاد نوعی «گفت و گو» است.ء

سنت آگوستین: کاملا درست نیست که بگوییم سه زمان گذشته، حال و آینده وجود دارد. شاید درست تر آن باشد که بگوییم سه زمان وجود دارد: زمان حال چیزهای گذشته، زمان حال چیزهای کنونی و زمان حال چیزهای آینده... زمان حال چیزهای گذشته، خاطره است؛ زمان حال چیزهای کنونی، دریافت مستقیم است و زمان حال چیزهای آینده، انتظارات است.ء
Edgar Nunez
Feb 17, 2013 Edgar Nunez rated it liked it
Excelente libro como ejercicio para cuestionar los aspectos fundamentales de la vida. El problema es que no propone mucho, y las respuestas quedan en el aire
Arlette Neira
Aug 20, 2012 Arlette Neira rated it it was amazing
Si aun no lo has leído, prepárate una taza de una babosa caliente, acomodate en el sillón y disfruta de un excelente ejercicio de reflexión!
Masoud Niazi
Aug 12, 2014 Masoud Niazi rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book, by one of Spain's most eminent philosophers, provides a lively and very accessible introduction to philosophy. Written for those who have no prior knowledge of the field, it reveals how the central problems of philosophy remain highly relevant to everyday contemporary life. Savater addresses the questions that we ourselves must face: what is this ‘I' that I take for granted? What does it mean for me to be in the world? In what sense am I free? And how does the idea of death affect my ...more
Teresa
May 15, 2014 Teresa rated it really liked it
Mediante un vocabulario accesible y un estilo muy ameno, Savater nos guía por las preguntas básicas de que se ha ocupado la filosofía. Aunque está pensando para ser leído antes de estudiar Filosofía en Bachillerato, yo lo leí después, y puedo decir que también es recomendable entonces. Si este libro te lleva a hacerte preguntas y Bachillerato te enseña las respuestas esbozadas por algunos de los grandes filósofos de la historia; para mí estuvo bien primero aprender cuáles eran las filosofías de ...more
Liliana Villegas
Apr 13, 2014 Liliana Villegas rated it it was ok
Filosofía para dumies. Libro obligado en la niñez para formular y refutar hipótesis de lo que hasta ese momento se conoce como normal en el arte cotidiano de vivir.
camila
Oct 05, 2014 camila rated it liked it
Tuve que leer varios ensayos, incluyendo capítulos como "Perdidos en el tiempo" y "La muerte" para un trabajo académico y tiene un concepto y referencias muy interesantes sobre la vida, lo que mas me llamo la atención fueron autoridades de la literatura y la filosofía utilizadas para reafirmar los argumentos, se observan cantidades de citas de Borges, San augustin, Aristoteles,entre otros.
Rita
Uma óptima introdução ao pensamento filosófico e aos principais temas desenrolados pela prática filosófica. Com um sentido prático, o autor consegue com uma linguagem acessível a qualquer um explicar, ainda que a um nível mais leve, as reflexões mais importantes, sem incorrer a uma complexidade tipicamente filosófica.
Cloe
Dec 13, 2012 Cloe is currently reading it
Per chi ha ancora le idee poco chiare...e meno male!
E soprattutto per chi continua a farsi delle domande!
Perché il caro Oscar Wilde docet: " Chi ha già trovato le risposte a tutte le sue domande vuol dire che si è posto le domande sbagliate" ;)
ZeYnAb
Apr 03, 2007 ZeYnAb rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
این کتاب بهانه ی بسیار خوبی است برای
پرسیدن سوال های بیشتر .قسمتی از کتاب :من ممکن است بخواهم که انچه را نمی خواهم بخواهم بخواهم.یا بخواهم که انچه را می خواهم بخواهم بخواهم.یا بخواهم آنچه را می خواهم یا در واقع نمی خواهم بخواهم بخواهم.... (صفحه ی
Clemens Lode
It starts out great and beautifully... but the it kind of disintegrates. The author means well, but without a solid foundation of philosophy, it kind of breaks down in later chapters.
Paola
Aug 10, 2014 Paola rated it did not like it
Shelves: libros-que-tengo
En lo personal no es mi tipo de libro, prefiero otro tipo de lectura, pero aún así no me gustó del todo la manera en la que aborda los temas.
Shani J
Sep 04, 2007 Shani J rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Grown-Ups!!!
'tis a book talking of philosophy,but not historically,'tis handy...
A fantastic book (Iran,2-3 mah pish toghif shod!!!)
Bela Cabanelas
Nov 16, 2015 Bela Cabanelas rated it did not like it
Shelves: octubre-2015
Definitivamente, la filosofía no es lo mío.
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Born 21 June 1947, Savater is one of Spain's most popular living philosophers, as well as an essayist and celebrated author.

Born in San Sebastián, he was an Ethics professor at the University of the Basque Country for over a decade. Presently he is a Philosophy professor at the Complutense University of Madrid. He has won several accolades for his literary work, which covers issues as diverse as c
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