[ï هنر سیر و سفر || ↠ PDF Read by ☆ Alain de Botton گلی امامی] #2020


  • Title: هنر سیر و سفر
  • Author: Alain de Botton گلی امامی
  • ISBN: 9789644482892
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback

  • هنر سیر و سفر By Alain de Botton گلی امامی .
    Alain de Botton گلی امامی
    Alain de Botton is a writer and television producer who lives in London and aims to make philosophy relevant to everyday life He can be contacted by email directly via alaindebottonHe is a writer of essayistic books, which refer both to his own experiences and ideas and those of artists, philosophers and thinkers It s a style of writing that has been termed a philosophy of everyday life His first book, Essays in Love titled On Love in the US , minutely analysed the process of falling in and out of love The style of the book was unusual, because it mixed elements of a novel together with reflections and analyses normally found in a piece of non fiction It s a book of which many readers are still fondest.Bibliography Essays In Love 1993 The Romantic Movement 1994 Kiss and Tell 1995 How Proust Can Change Your Life 1997 The Consolations of Philosophy 2000 The Art of Travel 2002 Status Anxiety 2004 The Architecture of Happiness 2006 The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work 2009

    هنر سیر و سفر By Alain de Botton گلی امامی

    Commentaires:

    Soo-Ryun
    i couldn t put my finger on why i didn t think this book was as great as de botton s other books but then i realized it s because of 2 reasons 1 the focus is very euro and christian centric obvo, de botton is writing about what he knows euro intelligentsia , but perhaps a book about travelling should be about things outside your sphere of knowledge e.g why is it so exotic for french speaking de botton to go to the south of france why go to a postcolonial barbados resort and consider that such a [...]

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    Ben
    In The Art of Travel, Alaine de Botton succeeds in the difficult task of opening the readers eyes to the many perceptual enhancements that travel can provide It is not a travelogue of wild times in exotic countries, nor an informative list of places one can go The Art of Travel is abstract, and focuses on concepts relating to the inner self and individual psychology the internal elements that affect, and are affected by, travel Through avenues such as poetry, writings from some of histories grea [...]

    Gordon
    As with all of De Botton s books, this one is really a series of tightly crafted essays, each of which could stand on its own I think the key messages of the book are well captured in the very first chapter Upon travelling to Barbados, de Botton wakes up the next morning and heads for the beach, then observes A momentous but until then overlooked fact was making itself apparent I had inadvertently brought myself with me to the island As my wife occasionally remarks to me during our travels, in y [...]

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    Danielle
    Honestly, this was a bit of a disappointment to me after reading such great reviews I m a traveler and while there were some ideas in this book that appealed to me, the majority of the philosophies and ways of traveling that were shared turned me off Botton seems a bit arrogant and I felt he contradicted himself a number of times Not all of us have wealthy friends in the French countryside or have the means of staying at an exclusive hotel in Barbados In fact, I think Botton is missing out on th [...]

    David
    There s a certain self effacing charm about Alain de Botton s writing that creeps up on you and which eventually becomes irresistible Not one to shy away from big topics love, philosophy, status, travel, Proust he manages to bring you to fresh insights on each theme in a completely charming, highly readable fashion I ve also seen him a few times on a BBC series about different philosophers, and the same charm is evident in person He just seems like an altogether smart, together, sweet guy It app [...]

    Robin
    I read this book Then I thought about it Then I went back and read it again, less thoroughly, with a pen in hand looking to further unpack and appreciate the ideas and self reflections they provoked in me It has taken me a long time to get around to declaring this book finished enough for me to write a review.The structure of this book is deceptively simple to summarize each chapter is a juxtaposition of de Botton s travel accounts with brief historical essays describing a famous author, thinker [...]

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    Emma Sea
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    Eszter
    in this lovely philosophical scrapbook, alain de botton tackles the question of why people travel partly an eclectic collection of essays, partly a memoir, and partly a collection of historical tidbits, philosophies, works of art and found objects that de botton found cool most people will probably find this book either pretentiously irritating or delightful my vote goes to the latter to qualify, i read this for the first time in the midst of a wonderful journey, so perhaps rereading it just rem [...]

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    Craig
    My favorite read of late is Alain de Botton s The Art of Travel I found this book enthralling I couldn t put it down Its insightful and erudite in a way that I haven t experienced since reading somewhat obscure texts for a rhetoric course in college The book uses authors and poets and painters that we all know and love to help us think about how to fully experience our world The book isn t really a travel tome and I m not sure that I learned all that much about particular destinations Instead, e [...]

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    Jon
    A very interesting little book that opened my eyes in a number of ways, and helped me to understand part of why I m not a very good traveler The first chapters were the least interesting for me, mostly stressing what I already knew that wherever you go, there you are Don t go all over the globe looking for happiness as Horace wrote changing your sky doesn t change yourself But later on, in discussing the Lake District in England and Wordsworth its first and most ardent admirer de Botton made me [...]

    Maria Ella
    Journeys are the midwives of thought Few places are conducive to internal conversations than a moving plane, ship or train There is an almost quaint correlation between what is in front of our eyes and the thoughts we are able to have in our heads large thoughts at times requiring large views, new thoughts new places Introspective reflections which are liable to stall are helped along by the flow of the landscape The mind may be reluctant to think properly when thinking is all it is supposed to [...]

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    Ben
    Don t really know what I was expecting, maybe it was some insightful ways to get from my travel experiences What I got was a book of two halves The first half can be summarised don t get your hopes up it might be shit I persevered The second half was better it ain t where you go, it s the attitude you travel with The author is obviously very well read he even includes a bedroom photo complete with bookshelf as evidence , and the book is littered with quotes and tales from various historical fig [...]

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    Erdinç
    Ateistler i in Din ile g z mde ok ciddi bir temel esere imza atm olan de Botton dan yine hap gibi bir d nce kitab Yazar n tarz na uygun, her zamanki gibi s k lmadan okunan derinlikli bir kitap Benzer t r kitaplar i inde yine de bu derinli in Cees Noteboom un Gezginin Oteli si kadar olmad n da belirteyim Sel Yay nc l k a da dilimize kusursuza yak n oldu unu d nd m bir eviriyle kazand rd klar bu iki ba ar l gezi felsefesi kitab i in tebrikler.

    tooliepanna
    wietne felietony Tak jak wspomnia am wcze niej, autor pieknie ubiera w s owa moje w asne my li, przez co lektura tej ksi ki by a dla mnie olbrzymi przyjemno ci Erudycja, nawi zania, ciekawe anegdoty z biografii odkrywc w i artyst w, a to w po czeniu z bardzo ciekaw tematyk sk adaj si na pi kne t u ciutkie 5 gwiazdek Gdybym mia a si czepia , bo czemu nie D , to bym stwierdzi a, e fragmenty o pi knie przyrody by y s absze Autorowi du o lepiej idzie krytyka ludzkiej mentalno ci i ro nych jej aspekt [...]

    Lori
    I read this book in Kalaw, Myanmar, while on vacation to a wonderful and unexpected place I enjoy de Botton s writing when I was finishing graduate school I read The Consolations of Philosophy and it was just the right book for me then in the same way this was perfect timing to read this one This book is about travel, not about destinations, so you ll find chapters on anticipation, travelling places, the exotic, curiosity, the country and the city, the sublime, eye opening art, possessing beauty [...]

    Bookshop
    I can t find any fault with this book and it s rare The author describes perfectly the feelings I go through when travelling The chapter are split into Departure, Motives, Landscape, Art, and Return My favourite chapter is Departure I often wonder about the same things as I sit in the departure lounge waiting to go into my plane The plane I am about to enter has left a distant country the day before, flies across Asia to arrive in Europe in one piece It is about to transport me to a completely d [...]

    Jessica
    Like most books, The Art of Travel has its good parts and its not so good parts I love that this book focuses on, ahem, the art of traveling, as in, the different little aspects that go into traveling and visiting new places De Botton dedicates an entire chapter to the feeling of anticipation we all get when we are about to go somewhere new, and how when we arrive, without fail all our preconceived ideas about it are crushed This isn t necessarily a bad thing, as the author rushes to explain, ju [...]

    Theresa
    The conclusion of the book, that we should impart a sense of travelling into our everyday lives, was a good point And there were some beautiful insights What we find exotic abroad may be what we hunger for in vain at home And A danger of travel is that we see things at the wrong time, before we have had a chance to build up the necessary receptivity and when new information is therefore as useless and fugitive as necklace beads without a connecting chain.But I struggled to connect with the book [...]

    Alex
    I felt it was a valuable read for someone who is in to travelling and a definite for someone who wants to go spend all their money on travel but isn t sure why it s just what people do.It helped me appreciate the beauty around me and to really focus on assessing what makes me happy, what stimulates me By getting a better understanding of this I believe I ll be able to make better decisions on what I want to do with my life, as well as simply where I want to go I d always felt I should appreciate [...]

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