Essais (Petits Classiques Larousse)

Essais (Petits Classiques Larousse) Michel de Montaigne
  • Title: Essais (Petits Classiques Larousse)
  • Author: Michel de Montaigne
  • ISBN: 9782035881977
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Essais (Petits Classiques Larousse) Michel de Montaigne Essais Petits Classiques Larousse Reflections by the creator of the essay form display the humane skeptical humorous and honest views of Montaigne revealing his thoughts on sexuality religion cannibals intellectuals and other
    Reflections by the creator of the essay form, display the humane, skeptical, humorous, and honest views of Montaigne, revealing his thoughts on sexuality, religion, cannibals, intellectuals, and other unexpected themes Included are such celebrated works as On Solitude, To Philosophize Is to Learn How to Die, and On Experience.
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    About Michel de Montaigne


    1. Michel Eyquem de Montaigne was one of the most influential writers of the French Renaissance Montaigne is known for popularizing the essay as a literary genre He became famous for his effortless ability to merge serious intellectual speculation with casual anecdotes and autobiography and his massive volume Essais translated literally as Attempts contains, to this day, some of the most widely influential essays ever written Montaigne had a direct influence on writers the world over, from William Shakespeare to Ren Descartes, from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Stephan Zweig, from Friedrich Nietzsche to Jean Jacques Rousseau He was a conservative and earnest Catholic but, as a result of his anti dogmatic cast of mind, he is considered the father, alongside his contemporary and intimate friend tienne de La Bo tie, of the anti conformist tradition in French literature.In his own time, Montaigne was admired as a statesman then as an author The tendency in his essays to digress into anecdotes and personal ruminations was seen as detrimental to proper style rather than as an innovation, and his declaration that, I am myself the matter of my book , was viewed by his contemporaries as self indulgent In time, however, Montaigne would be recognized as embodying, perhaps better than any other author of his time, the spirit of freely entertaining doubt which began to emerge at that time He is most famously known for his skeptical remark, Que sais je What do I know.Remarkably modern even to readers today, Montaigne s attempt to examine the world through the lens of the only thing he can depend on implicitly his own judgment makes him accessible to modern readers than any other author of the Renaissance Much of modern literary non fiction has found inspiration in Montaigne, and writers of all kinds continue to read him for his masterful balance of intellectual knowledge and personal story telling.


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    1. To learn that one has said or done a foolish thing, that is nothing one must learn that one is nothing but a fool, a much comprehensive and important lesson.There is sheer joy for me in that sentence It opens up a new starting point in life, not one of humility but of humour There is basic honesty about one s own ridiculousness, but also an honesty about the validity and value of one s own experience and life, as clumsy and awkward as this may be.The honesty and directness about his own life ca [...]

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    3. Tonight, all across America, tens of thousands of teenagers perhaps hundreds of thousands sit in front of laptops, writing essays It is the most dreaded homework assignment for many of them, and if they go on to college, it will be the assignment most cited as making them lose sleep, their printer to break, their grandmother to die, their car to break down, etc etc.Tonight, all across America, tens of thousands of teachers and professors count and recount the remaining essays in their grading pi [...]

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    4. Sabahattin Ey bo lu nun muhte em evirisi ve derlemesiyle okuma ans buldu um Montaigne in Denemeler Essays eseri yazar n hayata dair d ncelerini kendi tecr beleriyle samimi bir dille payla t kapa n her a t n zda sizle konu an tek kelimeyle m kemmel bir ba ucu ba yap t G n l isterdi ki Ey bo lu 1400 sayfal k t m eseri bizlere evirebilseydi nk Denemeler i okurken nadir ya ad m o kitab n bitmemesini istedi im hislerini tekrar ya ad m Her okudu umda hayata olan bak a m de i tiren eserde herhalde izme [...]

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    5. so easy to read again and again if you let him, montaigne will be your buddy for life this is the great great great grandfather of the best blog on life you ve read.

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    6. Bo una Montaigne Denemeler olmam bu kitap Yaz ld a ve ismi itibariyle hep kasvetli, a r bir eyler beklemi ve okumay ertelemi tim T rk e itim sisteminde hemen kar n za kar ld i in yirmi sene kadar ertelemi olabilirim okumay Yal n ve hala ge erli bir felsefenin aktar c s ym asl nda Neyse ki okuyarak bu kayb m telafi ettim.

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    7. So now, on this journey of self education, we arrive at Montaigne, the instrospective French essayist who was both devout papist and syphilitic whore master This is exactly the type of internal conflict that I like in a philosopher and avoid in, say, a husband or a physician or what have you Of all the reading I ve done in the past two years, Montaigne has taken up the most space in my copybook I wrote down things he said that supported my biases and I wrote down things that challenged them For [...]

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    8. Um dos melhores livros que j li.N o sei como poss vel algu m em 1580 colocar por escrito pensamentos t o profundos e clarividentes Nem sabia que j havia tinta em 1580.Trata se de uma auto an lise de um esp rito iluminado com uma eloqu ncia que nunca tinha encontrado Essa auto an lise de Montaigne serve como reflex o profunda do ser humano dos seus h bitos, dos seus sentimentos, das suas inten es E faz tanto sentido na altura como agora.Saramago, quando elencava os seus escritores favoritos, diss [...]

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    9. Normalde be endi im kitaplar i in, bu kitaba bir ans verin derim Denemeler i inse diyorum ki b rak n kitap size bir ans versin Kitap ylesine g zel ki ilk sayfadan de erini anl yorsunuz ve e siz bir eyi elinizde tuttu unuzu fark ediyorsunuz.Bana do ru gelen hi bir ey yoktur ki yanl gibi de gelmesin Ben Bankas Yay nlar ndan kan bask s n okudum, kitab n ba nda Sabahattin Ey bo lu nun y llar i inde yazd ns z vard ns zler hem ok g zel hemde sizi kitaba ok iyi haz rl yor.D ncelerimizin en iyi aynas ha [...]

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    10. The finest souls are those that have variety and flexibility.Book III, 3

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    11. hafta sonu hakk nda bir eyler yazaca m, imdi ok yorgunum uzun uzun anlatmak i in

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    12. Kitaplar, ya l l mda ve yaln zl mda avuturlar beni S k nt l bir avareli in bask s ndan kurtar r, ho lanmad m ki ilerin havas ndan diledi im zaman ay r verir beniRahat m ka ran bir saplant y ba mdan atmak i in kitaplara ba vurmaktan iyisi yoktur, hemen kendilerine beni ekerler, i imdekilerini uzakla t r rlar Onlar aramad m zamanlarda bile bana hi k zmaz, kitaplar her zaman ayn sevecenlikle beni kar larlar nsan hayat denen bu yolculukta, benim buldu um en iyi nevale K TAPLARDIR ve onlardan yoksun [...]

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    13. Humility is a good quality Montaigne could have used a little bit of it.

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    14. Alas, Real Life has intruded, and I had to cut short my acquaintance with M Montaigne I had mixed feelings about this, much like you have mixed feelings about a friend coming to save you from a fascinating person you ve just met at a party one with rather a high opinion of himself that he isn t shy of airing, but one that might possibly be well justified In a conversation with this person, you might find yourself bereft of something to say to him after the fifth or sixth time his cliche filled c [...]

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    15. Any Montaigne is or less something I d recommend aside from his distasteful opinions towards women, he s remarkably timeless , so I m concerned here mostly with the edition I read J.M Cohen s older translation for Penguin Classics, which has been reissued with as Montaigne Essays It s maybe a little stuffy, but it s a charming translation, well annotated with lots of notes mostly to identify and translate the various quotes Montaigne sprinkled throughout his text The introduction is good too, p [...]

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    16. Bize ya amay hayat ge tikten sonra retiyorlar demi Montaigne Hayat ve Felsefe adl denemesinde ya amak olarak sistemin kurallar nda kalmak olarak retiyorlar bize sorgulamak, yeni d nceleri ke fetmek, kendini tan mak, dogma fikirlerden rf adetlerden te d nmek yok emekli olunca d n rs nMontaigne 16yy da d nm , o zaman i in kitapta yazan eyleri kaleme almas b y k bir mesele ger ekten bir ey kan tlamak derdinde olmayan, yeni ufuklar, lezzetler bulmak i in yol kan birinin g l kalemi bu kitaptaki yaz l [...]

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    17. Essais les de Montaigne , in lafont Bompiani , Le nouveau dictionnaire des oeuvres ,II , Robert Laffont, 1994.

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    18. Uzun zamand r okudugum kitaplar boyle keyif vermiyordu diyerek baslayayim Her sayfasinda hayata dair bir seyler buldugum yazildigi donemden bu gune insan ve ona dair her seyi kapsayan mantikli onermeler sunan Montaigne kitabi Ozellikle yamyamlar uzerine bolumunu okurken cok dusundugumu soyleyebilirim Algilari ve gorunenin otesini yalin bir dille size aktarisiyla dusunce yapinizi temelden degistirebilecek bir eser Her insanin hayatinin belli donemlerinde yeniden okumasi gerekir dedirtecek turde b [...]

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    19. I ve read a handful from the Donald Frame translation but prefer Screech If anyone can be placed on a plane with Shakespeare for me, it is Montaigne This selection includes some of the big ones, such as On some lines of Virgil, On experience, On education, On fear, and so on to the tune of 400 superlative pages The Complete Essays is the true gem, but I bought that for the apartment this one is for the train.

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    20. Simply wonderful Montaigne a man for all ages.I also really like this translation by M.A Screech where other modern ish translations I have read reshape the sentence structures to achieve a familiar modern tone Screech remains faithful to the Latinate structures that Montaigne employs for Montaigne s first eight year, he was exposed only to Latin, and, though he wrote in French, Latin remained as his linguistic DNA.The essays never cease to amaze and delight they are a wonderful combination of [...]

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    21. Tad n kara kara okumal s n z bence Ben yle yapt m Birden okuyam yorsunuz, okusan z bile tam anlayamazs n z En ok alt n izdi im kitapt Ki ben deneme okumay sevmem bile ama bu kitapta deneme okumak ho uma gitti.

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    22. Tabiat bizi zg r ve ba ms z yaratm , bizse tutup kendimizi birtak m emberler i ine hapsediyoruz.

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    23. Denemeler, y llarca bana evin bir k esinden bak p duran, ara s ra ortal ktan kaybolan ama g nler veya aylar sonra yine ellerimin aras nda buldu um sahip oldu um en eski bas ma sahip olan kitapt 1989 bas m bu kitab okumay hep erteledim Benim i in a r olur dedim, anlamam dedim, s k l r m dedim Ama y llar n sonunda art k gen yeti kin, fantastik t r nden olan romanlardan eski tad alamamam ve o unun farkl karakter adlar yla yaz lm ayn kurgular oldu unu d nmeye ba lamamla uzun zamand r bana g z k rpan [...]

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    24. Os Ensaios de Montaigne criam a partir da sua leitura uma experi ncia magistral em termos da aprendizagem de si, obrigando nos a confrontar a import ncia da leitura e do seu impacto sobre o nosso ser Montaigne come ou esta obra em 1571, com 38 anos, tendo terminado a mesma apenas na sua morte, em 1592, com 59 anos Os Ensaios foram um projeto de vida, mas mais do que isso ou talvez por isso mesmo, demonstram em si o processo de transforma o intelectual de um ser humano Neste caso falamos de algu [...]

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    25. What went wrong I read two books about Montaigne s Essays before I actually read the essays themselves Wouldn t you think I d love the essays even than the books I read about the essays I didn t I found the essays tedious, honestly Maybe it was just the translations I don t know, but I couldn t get to the end of this book quickly enough.

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    26. Primeira, superficial e talvez at mesquinha avalia o da obra Estamos perante auto ajuda do s culo XVI Calma conhecedores liter rios do senhor Montaigne, estou consciente da blasf mia que aqui disse At porque estamos perante um conjunto de ensaios bem melhor embrulhados que qualquer livro peseudo m stico iluminador exposto numa qualquer prateleira de supermercado Aqui h tica e verdadeiro conhecimento No fundo Montaigne n o um doutrinador, nem criou uma corrente filos fica qualquer, digamos que d [...]

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    27. Refreshing The four essays in this selection are On the Cannibals , On Smells , On the Art of Conversation and On Thumbs.Stercus cuique suum bene olet.What does this mean For those, like myself, not conversant with Latin, a translation is given in the book The reader might be surprised to find it familiar.Everyone s shit smells good to himself.The footnotes explain that the source is Erasmus and that Erasmus links the saying to Aristotle.If you want to get a taste of how far back such familiar t [...]

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