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Nagel and Blackburn are good examples with their introductions. I ,umea to challenge myself and see if I could get through it now, lik When I was like 12 or something one of my classmates claimed that this was her favorite book. I ditched the book and asked my sister what happened with the one interesting storyline, to which she told me it was anticlimatic and managed to only bore her whilst trying to prove a philosophical point.
It was not a smart move, in my opinion, to have Alberto, Sophie’s teacher, lecture her with a few pointless interjections on her end. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. To view it, click here.
Sofies Verden by Jostein Gaarder (1 star ratings)
When a Mercedes smashes into the garden, Alberto and Sophie use it as an opportunity to escape. All very noble, great ideas but the execution of this story left a bitter taste in my mouth. A Novel about the History of Gaarfer. I don’t really like any of those things but the presentation here is just kind of mean-spirited and off-putting.
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. My conclusion is that my old classmate is a big fat liar.
It is almost like he expects the reader to be impressed by the intertwining story lines and their subject matter, and to forget that he does a terrible job of bridging the two. I don’t know, the story just goes on and at the end I am given am answer gaardder way. I really liked the beginning of the book.
Sofies Welt – Jostein Gaarder 5 27 Apr 16, Preview — Sofies Verden by Jostein Gaarder. Don’t get me wrong i don’t mind a bit of philosophy, but you know, in the context of my philosophy A level gaardwr i was forced to take and required to remember to exam standard.
Everyone kept telling me how incredibly boring this was and that i would never finish it but i sure proved THEM wrong by shoving my way through this book with the strength of a million men!
I hope I haven’t done very big mistakes and I hope is readable and understandable. Clearly i’m missing something if this book is famous. The lessons were not very well distributed and often too long. I would probably recommend it, however, for a young adult interested in learning about philosophy.
I must confess, I was down to the last 50 or so sofieii, and I couldn’t bring myself to finish it. I really tried to keep going but it was just so trite. Add reciprocal ACE info. Every time they opened their mouths to speak I ended up squirming in my seat. Around the middle of the book the mystery actually starts getting interesting and plot begins. Again, why did I like this book? Would someone clarify the point, please?
Honestly I just wanted it to be over when the Plato-esque dialogue with its repetitiveness started to bug spfiei too much. If you aren’t in the mood for “A Novel About the History of Philosophy” major emphasis on the historythen I would move this a bit further But Alberto soifei extremely problematic and creepy. It’s really annoying and made me feel like JG should’ve just stuck to writing philosophy.
As far as the story being joshein — by the end of the book, I had learned a lot about trends in the history of philosophy, as well as the major ideas of each major philosopher’s project, so in that respect Sophie’s World was useful and educational.
Here are two of the reasons I hate it so much: One day fourteen-year-old Sophie Amundsen comes home from school to find in her mailbox two notes, with one question on each: Knag is so focused on writing about the car that he doesn’t notice them escaping into the real world.
The writer is so jostejn arrogant I can’t describe it in words. Gaarder is clearly not a fan of medieval philosophy and gives very little space to Augustine and Aquinas.
Gaarder was born into a pedagogical family. It’s how you live your life that matters.
The classmate wasn’t into reading at all so I thought this was a blatant lie. The book is somewhat postmodern in this respect, but brought down to a level suitable for young adult readers. Sophie was ditching schoolwork and family to be with this man and was totally obsessed with him.
This teenager is so overdramatic that I just ,umea for her to suddenly disappear.
View all 5 comments. As we get into the 18th and 19th centuries, there are some disappointing and questionable choices. I studied philosophy for many long years, my elbows and forehead dull philosophy libraries around country, watching the news constantly and I get excited like a child every valuable translation of a work of recent philosophy, though, most often, reading the works in original language usually haunted nights in a row.
Is it just because I don’t like philosophy or that I don’t like philosophers? The only mystery here is why I liked this book as a kid The dialogue was on a par with Dan Brown’s, ie full of joetein, ‘surprising’ statements and humour pointed out clearly with an exclamation mark. She’s a little prick to her mom no but like, really, she thinks she is SO much smarter than her, just because she knows Platon’s thoughts on the worldand to basically anybody that isn’t the “mysterious philosopher”.
Every few pages, I josteun myself longingly looking at the final page. March 13, — Shelved as: I just honestly did not enjoy it.