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The Stone Reader: Modern Philosophy in 133…
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The Stone Reader: Modern Philosophy in 133 Arguments (udgave 2015)

af Peter Catapano (Redaktør), Simon Critchley (Redaktør)

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A collection of influential pieces originally published in the popular "New York Times" column explores subjects ranging from consciousness and morality to the gender divide and gun control, with an introduction about the column's founding and editorial process.
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Titel:The Stone Reader: Modern Philosophy in 133 Arguments
Forfattere:Peter Catapano (Redaktør)
Andre forfattere:Simon Critchley (Redaktør)
Info:Liveright (2015), Edition: 1, 816 pages
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A few worthwhile essays but the vast majority just read like opinionated editorials. There are a few essays arguing about the nature of philosophy itself and let me throw in my opinion as well: philosophy is thinking about the important and eternal issues. A lot of essays do not qualify with their obsession over the political and whatever was relevant that brief moment they were written in. ( )
  Paul_S | Dec 23, 2020 |
3.5 would be a more precise rating for this book I won on Goodreads. There are four sections in this book (philosophy, science, religion and morals, society) containing a series of philosophical articles. Of course, some articles were more interesting, and some were easier to understand. I would say that most people could find some food for thought in this book.
I received an advance reading copy, and noticed in “Spinoza’s Vision of Freedom, and Ours” a big factual mistake. Steven Nadler writes, “France _ fresh from outlawing the wearing of veils by Muslim women”… I really hope that this mistake was corrected, because in France, Muslim women are allowed to wear the veil.

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  JulietteGF | Mar 27, 2018 |
This is a fantastic compilation of The Stone Reader column that is published in the New York Times for the last few years.

I read the columns on occasion and the level of discourse is uneven but when the article is good, it is fantastic.

This compilation is a worthy collection of the varied and disarmingly charming topics that the column had elicited over the years.

It is a book that does not call for being read in one sitting, it is however,a tome to be savored, dissected, and analyzed repeatedly in order to entertain one's mind. A most welcomed series for those time that we need to let our minds reach into the nether reaches of our thoughts and replenish our mental energies while getting away from the daily grind.

It is, a most welcomed respite. ( )
  pw0327 | Sep 24, 2016 |
Brilliant short essays from NY Times ( )
  Keith_Conners | Mar 23, 2016 |
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