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  • - Tidsskrift for naturkritik
    af Joseph Roth, August Strindberg, Aksel Haaning, mfl.
    162,95 kr.

    Ny Jord – Tidsskrift for naturkritik er et multidisciplinært tidsskrift, der orienterer sig på tværs af århundreder og landegrænser og bringer videnskab, litteratur og kunst side om side i ønsket om at bidrage til en kvalificeret samtale om naturen i en tid, hvor vores forestillinger og idéer om den ændres markant.

  • af Gaston Bachelard
    106,95 kr.

    Beloved and contemplated by philosophers, architects, writers, and literary theorists alike, this book examines the places in which we place our conscious and unconscious thoughts and guides us through a stream of cerebral meditations on poetry, art, and the blooming of consciousness itself.

  • af Gaston Bachelard
    247,95 - 313,95 kr.

    “Huset giver ly til dagdrømmeriet, huset beskytterdrømmeren, huset gør det muligt for os at drømme i fred. Det er ikke kun tænkning og erfaring, der begrunder menneskets værdier. Der hører visse værdier til dagdrømmen, som kendetegner mennesket i dets dybde. Dagdrømmen har endda det fortrin, at den værdsætter sig selv. Den nyder sin egen væren direkte. Derfor genopstår de steder, hvor dagdrømmen er blevet levet, i et nyt dagdrømmeri. Det er, fordiminderne om gamle boliger genopleves i dagdrømme, at fortidens boliger bliver inden i os for altid.” – Gaston BachelardDette er en bog om steder, dem, vi bebor, og de steder, der som forestillinger bor i os. Det er en bog om rum, erindring, tanke og fantasi.Rummets poetik er et fænomenologisk hovedværk om vores intime rum, oprindeligt udgivet i 1957, som hermed foreligger i dansk oversættelse.“[Bachelard] minder mig om en dygtig skakspiller, der kan tage de største brikker med små bønder.” – Michel FoucaultGaston Bachelard (1884-1962) var en fransk filosofiprofessor på Sorbonne, en fantasiens fænomenolog.

  • af Gaston Bachelard
    423,95 kr.

    French philosopher Gaston Bachelard (1884-1962) is best known in the English-speaking world for his work on poetics and the literary imagination, but much of his oeuvre is devoted to epistemology and the philosophy of science. Like Thomas Kuhn, whose work he anticipates by three decades, Bachelard examines the revolution taking place in scientific thought, but with particular attention to the philosophical implications of scientific practice. Atomistic Intuitions, published in 1933, considers past atomistic doctrines as a context for proposing a metaphysics for the scientific revolutions of the twentieth century. As his subtitle indicates, in this book Bachelard proposes a classification of atomistic intuitions as they are transformed over the course of history. More than a mere taxonomy, this exploration of atomistic doctrines since antiquity proves to be keenly pedagogical, leading to an enriched philosophical appreciation of modern subatomic physics and chemistry as sciences of axioms. Though focused on philosophy of science, the perspectives and intuitions Bachelard garnered through this work provide a unique and even essential key to understanding his extensive writings on the imagination. Roch C. Smith's translation and explanatory notes will help to make this aspect of Bachelard's thought accessible to a wider readership, particularly in such fields as aesthetics, literature, and history.

  • af Denis Diderot, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Voltaire, mfl.
    65,95 kr.

    ‘600 Quotations from French Philosophy’ is a collection of thoughts and reflections from six of the greatest French thinkers of all time. France’s influence on Western philosophy cannot be understated, from the Age of Enlightenment through to the founding of modern philosophy. Many of these quotes have as much resonance today as they did when they were first coined. Superb for dipping in and out of, there are more than a few thoughts in this book worth memorising, and even more that are sure to inspire.Montesquieu (1689 – 1755) was born in Aquitaine, and his writing had a huge influence on political systems. Voltaire (1694 – 1778), a Parisian, was one of the founders of the French Enlightenment movement. Born in Langres, Denis Diderot (1713 – 1784) was a writer and another important figure in the Age of Enlightenment. Gaston Bachelard (1884 – 1962) was born in Bar-sur-Aube and went on to become an important scientific philosopher. Born in Geneva, Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712 – 1778) was a spearhead in the European Enlightenment movement. Blaise Pascal (1623 – 1662) was born in Clermont-Ferrand and is best remembered as a fideistic philosopher.

  • af Ambrose Bierce, Gaston Bachelard, – Épictète & mfl.
    36,95 kr.

    400 citations de philosophes méconnus

  • af Denis Diderot, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Voltaire, mfl.
    49,95 kr.

    600 citations de la philosophie française

  • af Albert Einstein, Gaston Bachelard, Nicolas de Chamfort & mfl.
    36,95 kr.

    400 citations de la philosophie contemporaine

  • af Sigmund Freud, Ambrose Bierce, Gaston Bachelard, mfl.
    36,95 kr.

    500 citations des grands philosophes du XXe siècle

  • af Gaston Bachelard
    15,95 kr.

    Gaston Bachelard est un philosophe français des sciences, de la poésie, de l'éducation et du temps. Il est l'un des principaux représentants de l'école française d'épistémologie historique. Épistémologue reconnu, il a exploré les chemins inattendus des grandes découvertes scientifiques de la physique et de la chimie de la fin du XIXe et du début du XXe siècle. Bachelard renouvelle l'approche philosophique et littéraire de l'imagination, sous l'angle de la création. Ces 100 citations visent à donner accès à son œuvre monumentale par une sélection de ses pensées les plus marquantes, dans un format accessible à tous. Une citation est plus qu'un extrait d'un propos, ce peut être un trait d'esprit, un résumé d'une pensée complexe, une maxime, une ouverture sur une réflexion plus profonde.

  • af Gaston Bachelard
    331,95 - 977,95 kr.

    "Published in French by Presses Universitaires de France as La Dialectique de la duraee"--Title page verso.

  • af Gaston Bachelard & Jean Cavailles
    150,95 kr.

    A new translation of the final work of French philosopher Jean Cavaillès.In this short, dense essay, Jean Cavaillès evaluates philosophical efforts to determine the origin—logical or ontological—of scientific thought, arguing that, rather than seeking to found science in original intentional acts, a priori meanings, or foundational logical relations, any adequate theory must involve a history of the concept.Cavaillès insists on a historical epistemology that is conceptual rather than phenomenological, and a logic that is dialectical rather than transcendental. His famous call (cited by Foucault) to abandon "a philosophy of consciousness" for "a philosophy of the concept" was crucial in displacing the focus of philosophical enquiry from aprioristic foundations toward structural historical shifts in the conceptual fabric.This new translation of Cavaillès's final work, written in 1942 during his imprisonment for Resistance activities, presents an opportunity to reencounter an original and lucid thinker. Cavaillès's subtle adjudication between positivistic claims that science has no need of philosophy, and philosophers' obstinate disregard for actual scientific events, speaks to a dilemma that remains pertinent for us today. His affirmation of the authority of scientific thinking combined with his commitment to conceptual creation yields a radical defense of the freedom of thought and the possibility of the new.

  • af Gaston Bachelard
    175,95 kr.

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