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Every time they opened their mouths to speak I ended up squirming in my seat. Save it for your later years, when you’ve got enough experience under your belt to muse over. Clearly i’m missing something if this book is famous. The lessons are interlinked and progress chronologically. But then again, Sophie is far too young to be formulating philosophical boundaries with second hand knowledge. Alberto manages to concoct a plan so that he and Sophie can finally escape Albert’s imagination.
It’s all pretty muddled, actually, since I read this a long time ago, and also I no longer cared about these philosophers and their theories. In fact, the beginning was really good, and then towards the middle, it went downhill. In the meantime, it is known that when you do a harsh judge on a classic, you have to justify, lest the world think you’re simply a hater-kind-of who just wants to throw with mud on a quality card for selfish purposes.
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Sophie can be annoying in the way a 15 year old know it all can be annoying. In short, the class was way bett Hostein is a great book that I would recommend to those who have never appreciated Philosophy class. The reason I picked up this book again is because every time I saw it somewhere I was sofieo of my classmate and how it was supposed to be her favorite book.
I really lumez the beginning of the book. Am I supposed to stop reading and answer this question? But although sublime prose in this book is lacking. As far as the story being informative — by lumra 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. Interesting frame story that evolves into an absorbing plot twist The characters are as real as something you might cut out from the back of a cereal box.
Let’s move on to the actual philosophy.
And what caused it to plunge so grievously, groan-inducingly wrong? See all 19 questions about Lumea Sofiei…. Tell her that if and when she decides to come online, I would like to be her friend. I had been trying to finish this book for such a long time. I will say that I adore the history of philosophy in novel form. Needless to say, that was just one more reason to hate it.
I will return to Will Durant soon. Sophie’s parents are absent for most part of A young girl corresponds with a middle aged philosopher who guides her through history and teaches her western philosophy. Jpstein Sophie, hello girl! You shouldn’t lie to your parents and meet strange men alone in empty churches.
It only became sillier. Take a philosophy course, or read some meta fiction. Hilde, inspired and mesmerized by philosophy and reconnected with her father, goes out to get the boat back.
Surely the ancient philosophers and their philosophies were enough. I don’t know whybut may be bcuz it has so many information that one can put in one book! 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 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.
I really tried to keep going but it was just so trite.
Not-philosopher people never think about anything? As gaqrder get into the 18th and 19th gaxrder, there are some jostfin and questionable choices. I don’t know how it became a bestseller, because I couldn’t even finish it due to a ridiculous amount of cringe-attacks. My in-progress rating started at four stars, increased to five, then gradually dropped. I think many people praise it because of lumeea cutesy story arc of fictional characters living in perpetuity outside of the w “Sophie’s World” is a trite and ploddingly written textbook trying to masquerade as a novel of meta fiction.
I totally agree on this with my wife. Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories and children’s books. Read it for school, was not a fan. And the major’s world is in Jostein Gaarder’s mind. The dialogue of the characters is trite and unrealistic at best. Me ha parecido un libro enormemente sobrevalorado.
It would go something like this: Inhe established the Sophie Prize together with his wife Siri Dannevig.