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I have a whole lot of original works by great philosophers sitting on my hard drive the books, not the philosophers! Conveniently a member of my family, one of my cousins to be precise, has actually studied philosophy and when I asked her about a book she would recommend she came up with the Philosophical Backstairs almost immediately. But that is not because the text is particularly complicated. I think the text can be understood by everyone. I would even go so far as to say that there is hardly any easier text which satisfies the requirements of a serious introduction to philosophy.
As for me, the book has fully met my expectations, if not exceeded. After a brief introduction 34 great philosophers are presented in 32 chapters. The entire history of philosophy over a period of 2, years is covered — from BC until the mids when the book was first published. The selection of the philosophers [see below] is of course subjective, but I think the most important representatives are there.
Each chapter is divided into two parts, wherein the first part the live of the philosopher is described partly anecdotal and second part explains their respective philosophical ideas.
Many quotations from biographers, friends, and foes in the first part, and of the philosophers themselves in the second part provide variety. These quotes are also that give the book its wit. The actual text is rather unexcited, but by no means dry and there are no intellectual philosophisvhe of fancy.
One gets the impression the author is anxious for laypersons to comprehend the text. Due to the compactness of the book, the reader also gains a fascinating glimpse of the historical development of ideas and trends in philosophy. There are a few things, however, that I missed: You almost never know from whom or from what source a particular quote is.
Die philosophische Hintertreppe by Wilhelm Weischedel
This is very unfortunate! Sometimes a few centuries are skipped and it took some time for me to notice. Despite these shortcomings, I can recommend the book unreservedly for philosophical beginners like me. Things I’ve learned from this book. Philosophers are self-contradictory – perhaps because philozophische world is unphilosophical. There is a silent conflict between the field of immanence and traditional philosophy. Perhaps philosophy is not the answer with a capital A.
Sometimes our hearts are burning and philosophy remains ice cold in a condescending way. Philosophy is escapist and thinks that salvation is irrelevant. The way the author conceives the narrative of philosophy is original. You catch a glimpse of the historical magic of philosophy.
It’s not a book for the academic philosopher, it’s a book for a philosophy student with fresh eyes, who overpowers seriousness and gravity.
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