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    I have started reading the English translation then I compared it to two other Arabic ones, and that was confusing as GOD, then I scheduled it again and again Thus was the confusing inside me 130 .The vast of majority of people having a wrong idea about Philosophy Philosophy is not a non sense conflict between Marx and Hegel about an incomprehensible issues that have no practical value Philosophy is method and theory to see and understand the life, and this book will show you how our procedures sought of life, and how they developed their own theories by the ages.If you opened the TV at any time, you would see at least one of the ideas which is mentioned here in the book no mater how it is old, they will be always an attractive ideas.If you intend to read any scientific book later, then you would see some of the philosophical ideas that is explained here, without any explanation there as it is a primary knowledge that every scientific geek should have known about And this book is the best introduction to philosophy s garden, as its explanation is organized and easy to perceive, and it branches to the essentials only.Though Russel thinks that learning about philosophy in historical way, is not the best way to handle it, but not all of us have spare time to attend brain storming classes about philosophy and the vast majority have no curiosity of it to spend all that time in thinking and contemplating in philosophical ways.Reading the first two chapters will show to you if you born as a philosopher or not, and if you would finish it or not Philosopher is the man who hasn t lost his ability to be surprised of world Sophie s World was a simplified introduction about the history of philosophical ideas as the first step for learning about philosophy itself what is next someone asked me on ask.fm what is next after Sophie s World In an alternative way, you could watch crush course philosophy series to learn about some terms of philosophy and i do not recommend it so far because it is so simplified that it hardly talking about serious philosophy The second step for philosophy, I think it should be book about specific topics with kind of depth, and i recommend Luc Ferry s books such as Learning to Live as it super smart ideas summarized to easy sense, and I recommend Introducing series by David Robinson , as is exhibited with graphics, and focuses about contemporary philosophy, which Sophie s World do not consider at all.You may want to read about historical schools of philosophy because reading it for one time is not enough, so would love to read another book about it.and I recommend trilogy of A History of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russel, and The story of Philosophy by Will Durant.That is far OK for beginners, then it will direct you to another great book about specific topics In the end, be cautious of book with Introduction in its title, so that most of them are difficult to understand or so simplified that it has no importance and be cautious of Goodreads reviews from Intellectuals of Novels because they only understand in novels, not PHILOSOPHY .

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    It took me two months to get through this 500 page book I can rationalize the reasons thusly I was busy I took time to absorb the content of the book Instead of rushing through it, I let each chapter sink in before I moved on.But that s, you know, rationalizing Here s the real reason It s not very good Okay, wait, that s not fair Let me start again Sophie s World is, as the full title suggests, a Novel about the history of philosophy The idea is to present that history as a narrative, featuring a 14 year old girl named Sophie and her philosophy teacher, Alberto Knox There are two major premises for the existence of this book 1 He who cannot draw on 3,000 years is living hand to mouth This quote by Goethe illustrates that if one is to understand one s world, one needs to understand the history of that world You could also say He who does not understand the past is condemned to repeat it As you will.2 There is not a worthwhile introductory Philosophy text for young readers Bertrand Russell s History of Western Philosophy might be a bit much for some people While the for young people part of this premise is spelled out in the text, it s clear that anybody, regardless of age, needs an accessible survey of the history of philosophy if one is to understand one s world.So enter Sophie s World It s written in a very light, young adult way with short sentences and simple language There s nothing wrong with that if that s what you re after This aspect grated on me initially, before I actually realized that it s geared for ease of use, as it were.There are two aspects to this book, since it bills itself as a double header it s both a novel and a history It s fiction and non fiction It s entertainment and education It s tough to combine these things It s like writing and reading two books at once So, in a sense, I need to review it twice At once.Sophie s World The NovelRemember I said It s not very good I was talking about the novel fiction entertainment half of the book Here s the plot in a nutshell Sophie begins getting letters from a stranger These letters form the text of a correspondence course in philosophy Sophie learns and grows and begins to think about her world differently.Great, right The problem is that a story needs a conflict This is story writing 101 At first, you re intrigued because it s a little weird and creepy that Sophie should out of the blue begin receiving a course in philosophy from a perfect stranger But absurdly, she just rolls with it and takes it as it comes.For the first 250 pages or so, nothing happens, story wise Sophie gets a new letter She reads it She meets the weirdo, they talk The entire thread of plot is just a way to get from one philosophy lesson to the next, and you find yourself discarding the story bits and jumping right into the philosophy bits.It s only after the halfway point that a real literary conflict arises and this book starts to hold its own as a novel Here s the proof it took me 8 weeks to read the book, but 7 of those weeks were getting through the first half I blazed through the second half because things were actually happening.Sophie s World The HistoryAs a history, the book fares much better As an introduction to philosophy, or even a refresher survey, it excels Gaarder, through the character of Alberto Knox, is a superb teacher.The history hits all the high points of philosophy, starting with the Greeks and moving forward all the way to 20th century existentialism, ending with a brief introduction to the universe Big Bang, stuff like that.Obviously, one cannot expect in depth coverage of any particular subject or philosopher, but there s enough information presented at each stop along the way that a reader can identify what particular aspects they might want to explore further through other channels.The history is primarily concerned with western philosophy While it touches sometimes on eastern knowledge, it s only in illustration of particular cases where an eastern thought directly affected a western idea.ConclusionRead Sophie s World, even if you think you already what you need to know about the world we re living in And especially if you don t.Just be warned approach this book as a light hearted textbook, not as an information heavy novel Even without the trappings of Sophie s story, the history of philosophy is a fascinating subject, because it s the history of us.

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    Sofies Verden Sophie s World, Jostein Gaarder Sophie s World Norwegian Sofies verden is a 1991 novel by Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder It follows the events of Sophie Amundsen, a teenage girl living in Norway, and Alberto Knox, a middle aged philosopher who introduces her to philosophical thinking and the history of philosophy The book begins with Sophie receiving two messages in her mailbox and a postcard addressed to Hilde M ller Knag Afterwards, she receives a packet of papers, part of a course in philosophy Sophie, without the knowledge of her mother, becomes the student of an old philosopher, Alberto Knox Alberto teaches her about the history of philosophy She gets a substantive and understandable review from the Pre Socratics to Jean Paul Sartre 1995 1374 639 1375 624 1379 20 1375 607 1375 1379 1380 1381 1384 1385 1386 1390 9789644480416 1392 1389 607 9789642575855 1392 1392 742 9786001900747 1392 630 9789643634728 1393 1393 600 544 9786007364420 9786009666713 1395 700 9786007986738 1991 600

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    I was a philosophy major in school and everybody would ask if I had read Sophie s World What an amazing book they would gush You ll love it So I bought it Purchased the book, let it simmer on my shelf for awhile, and finally picked it up a few years ago to give it a go.I slogged through the first few chapters Did my best to suspend my disbelief at the transparently device the author uses to introduce the ideas of many famous and not so famous philosophers I tried to ignore the sophomoric dialog and trite inner monologue of the child I even put the book in the bathroom so I could force myself to keep reading it I filled in with other books maybe it was just too much philosophy at once If I took it in smaller doses, perhaps I d enjoy this survey of the subject.Then one glorious day the cleaners came and managed to knock the book between the washer and dryer It s a sign Oh thank god, a sign that I can stop trying to love this horrible, wretched, unlovable book Last week, the cleaners unearthed the book It s pages mangled, the paperback spine bending it into a permanant spread eagle position Maybe it gets better How do I know the book won t redeem itself in the 2nd half Surely all those people couldn t be wrong about the book, or misjudge whether I d like it or not Surely.and into the recycle bin it goes.The End.

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    This has been an upsetting reread because I ve found that though the book is a quiet entity on its own and in the mind of its readers, I was left hungry for , but I was also balanced For years after I read this book, which changed my life for the better, I thought it was the best read of the world.Naive that I was, I also thought back then, that all philosophy books were as digestible as Sophie s World What a delusion The book is now slow and uncouth, being cut from the same cloth as Aristotle s imbecilities, Kant s willful religiosity, and Spinoza s heartbreaking and enthusiastic views.This book is like Philosophy For Dummies It s a crash course Sophie is a girl But is she real Was she real and will she continue in being real How does she survive You could do worse than trying to find answers to those questions by reading this book Finally I admit defeat This book is ephemeral I couldn t grasp it.

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    Basically, Russell s History of Western Philosophy adapted as a postmodern Norwegian YA novel Or if you want details view spoiler Where are we asked Sofie I don t understand We aren t in my world any Or in Hilde s world So Alberto sighed It is clear, he said, that we have entered another narrative By the look of it, I strongly suspect a review On the Goodreads website Explain said Sofie You remember that we became a book, continued Alberto patiently I can see that this book was very successful It has been widely read so widely, in fact, that people have started parodying it We are in one of those parodies Then we are being written again asked Sofie By someone else Indeed, replied Alberto I can immediately tell from the style that the author has changed But in that case, said Sofie, are we still us If we re in the mind of a different person Ah, said Alberto A very interesting question Come, Sofie, you have now finished my philosophy course What possibilities are there Well, said Sofie, considering I suppose Plato might have argued that the real Sofie was never in the mind of her author What was there could only have been a poor shadow of the true Sofie, who was in the world of Forms So why could not another shadow appear in the mind of a different person, and be just as real as the first one Excellent, excellent, murmured her teacher Please continue And Berkeley, said Sofie, would have told me I was an idea in the mind of God, even if I was at the same time an idea in the mind of another of God s creatures So even if I have a different author, I am still one of God s thoughts You are an attentive student, smiled Alberto And Hegel would also agree, said Sofie He would say I had become part of the Weltgeist, the World Spirit The Weltgeist encompasses many individual minds, so although I am written by a different person, I am still me I am proud of you, said Alberto And now No, wait said Sofie Sartre would have said that it is my individual choice to decide who I am Only I can resolve my existential situation I have to take responsibility for it myself And do you take responsibility for it asked Alberto Hm, said Sofie On the one hand, I don t feel I m very well written My dialogue is flat and implausible I m not a particularly credible character, just a mouthpiece for the author Of course the same goes for you And is that bad asked Alberto Maybe not, said Sofie After all, it s made clear that we are just characters in an invented philosophy text And there are so many references to Plato Many of his characters are flat and unbelievable too, and only serve as foils for Socrates A good point, murmured Alberto And the author s intentions are admirable said Sofie enthusiastically The passage about Nils Holgerssons underbara resa could not be clear He wants to write a philosophy course suitable for younger teens that will genuinely engage their attention Maybe the Philip K Dick plays on the nature of reality are unsubtle But they work Tens of millions of people have read and enjoyed this book, who would never have dreamed of reading an ordinary piece of philosophy Of course we aren t as good as Russell, but is that the relevant comparison We re so much better than Harry Potter or Twilight But are you still you asked Alberto That, after all, is the question we started off discussing I am replied Sofie firmly I decide that I am I know I m now being written by someone else, but it makes no difference I can feel he wants to start picking at the details that absurdly incorrect description of the Big Bang, for example but I won t let him Irony, irony, said Alberto I ll let him have his little bit of irony, said Sofie in a scornful voice, but I don t care I m stronger than he is, and I will go on to introduce millions kids to philosophy Maybe they ll look back one day when they ve become sophisticated and sneer, but it doesn t matter I ll know what really got them started on the subject Well said said Alberto, and laughed out loud You are my very favorite teen girl philosopher superhero Bravo Bravo Thank you, said Sofie modestly I wondered when you d figure out why I was wearing a cape Here, I have one for you too I hope the color goes with your skiing hat Not bad, said Alberto, as he surveyed his reflection in the magic mirror Okay then said Sofie She pointed towards the infinite realms of chaos around them No time to lose Come on Let s philosophize hide spoiler

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    The two things this book has going for it are the plot and narrative frame are original and creative, and the story is informative than most The basic premise is that a 14 year old Norwegian girl embarks on a correspondence course with a philosopher, and he teaches her the major points of Western philosophy, from the ancient Greeks up until the existentialists What makes the narrative structure original than your average novel is that everything becomes very meta and self referential towards the end, when it comes to light that the girl and the teacher are not what they appear to be The book is somewhat postmodern in this respect, but brought down to a level suitable for young adult readers As far as the story being informative 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.However, the book was weighed down by several elements of the story that a good editor could have foreseen and cut out In general the author devotes too much energy to trivial details, which ultimately results in him writing a 500 page novel that could have been improved by being merely a 300 page novel On top of that, Gaarder is not adept at the mystery genre, but tries to make this book a mystery story anyway Sophie is under characterized and has several unnecessary flaws that contribute nothing to the story and only serve to make the reader dislike her The man who teaches Sophie philosophy is condescending, patronizing, and pedantic Throughout the entire story, I found it very unrealistic that no one else thought that it was untoward or creepy that a 40 year old man and a 14 year old girl were alone together for hours in his house several days a week Sophie s mother was very curious about this man, but she never forbade Sophie from seeing him or asked Sophie if everything was all right, and she only met him after the correspondence course had been going on for several months Sophie was ditching schoolwork and family to be with this man and was totally obsessed with him He remained totally in control throughout the whole story and commanded her in a way that made me uncomfortable at times It seems that Gaarder would have been uncomfortable having the philosophy teacher be female Gaarder himself used to be a philosophy teacher, and so he probably found it comfortable to have the character representing him be the same sex as him but he was too squeamish to confront the realities of such a socially suspect relationship, and I found that irresponsible of him, especially in a book geared towards young adults.My other major criticism of the book is that it deals entirely with Western philosophy and only the dead white men of Western philosophy, at that Gaarder tries to compensate for this by having Sophie be his mouthpiece for feminism, but not only do I find it highly unlikely that a 14 year old girl would take up arms about women s rights the way she did, but I also found most of her comments to be the kind of canned, stereotypical comments that a male who didn t know much about feminism would assume a feminist would say.My one final thought will be to say that if you read this book and you should only read it if you have nothing better at hand , pay attention to the role of motherhood and fatherhood in the story Although the book is not about mothers and fathers, parents play a large role in the characters lives, and the way Gaarder portrays mothers as meddling, clueless, domestic drones and fathers as intelligent, authoritative and absent heroes says about Gaarder s own life than I think he intended it to.

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    I enjoyed the book immensely I studied basic philosophy in college so I soon became aware that many philosophers were left out and whole era s were glossed over in this book You know, that s OK One It s not a text book and two It s NOT a text book The stories are separate and finally come together in a fairly predictable way It is a bit didactic, but imagine yourself a very bright, curious, thoughtful and sensitive 14, 15 or 16 year old struggling with the usual thoughts and feelings of angst and hormones and loneliness and you stumble onto this book and identify with the character or at least like her and suddenly you re not the only one thinking these thoughts or dreaming these ideas They aren t being forced on you by a teacher, but they re shared through a book You are not alone, there are entire schools of thought written about these thoughts and feelings For that child is this book written So he or she can then explore what they found in its pages and see where it takes them It s not a textbook, it s Alice s potion or Neo s pill To me, that is worthy of 5 stars any day of the week.

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    Sophie s World by Jostein Gaarder is an ambitious project which falls flat in my opinion, of course.It is a very good introduction to European philosophy, with a few casual references to Eastern thought thrown in for the sake of comparison Starting with Pre Socratics, it provides a fairly simple and comprehensive look at classical philosophy In the middle, it makes a detour into Christian theology and the Middle Ages before emerging triumphantly from the dark with Renaissance thought Towards the end, it discusses Marxism in detail, and Darwin s evolutionary theory and Freud s psychoanalytic techniques as though they were philosophies while many other path breaking scientific discoveries are left untouched before ending with Sarte s existentialism It seems to be targetted at young readers, and may encourage some of the serious ones to take up the study of philosophy if so, that much is in the book s favour.As to the literary merits of the work, I have to regretfully give a total thumbs down The story is mostly dialogue Gaarder uses the ages old technique of Plato to get across complex philosophical ideas through relatively simple sentences While the intention is admirable, the execution leaves a lot to be desired Sophie comes across most of the time as rather moronic, and her teacher Alberto sounds like a pompous ass view spoiler Of course, there is some justification for the imperfections of characterisation, as Sophie and Alberto exist only in the head of Major Albert Knag who is writing their story still, the overall responsibility as author lies squarely at Gaarder s door hide spoiler

  10. says:

    I really liked the idea of this book and has such a beautiful informations about everything but was boring to death and the same informations repeat them self