➯ Loves Knowledge Read ➸ Author Martha C. Nussbaum – Tanitiyor.us

➯ Loves Knowledge  Read ➸ Author Martha C. Nussbaum – Tanitiyor.us
  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • Loves Knowledge
  • Martha C. Nussbaum
  • English
  • 01 October 2019
  • 0195074858

Loves Knowledge This Volume Brings Together Nussbaum S Published Papers On The Relationship Between Literature And Philosophy, Especially Moral Philosophy The Papers, Many Of Them Previously Inaccessible To Non Specialist Readers, Deal With Such Fundamental Issues As The Relationship Between Style And Content In The Exploration Of Ethical Issues The Nature Of Ethical Attention And Ethical Knowledge And Their Relationship To Written Forms And Styles And The Role Of The Emotions In Deliberation And Self Knowledge Nussbaum Investigates And Defends A Conception Of Ethical Understanding Which Involves Emotional As Well As Intellectual Activity, And Which Gives A Certain Type Of Priority To The Perception Of Particular People And Situations Rather Than To Abstract Rules She Argues That This Ethical Conception Cannot Be Completely And Appropriately Stated Without Turning To Forms Of Writing Usually Considered Literary Rather Than Philosophical It Is Consequently Necessary To Broaden Our Conception Of Moral Philosophy In Order To Include These Forms Featuring Two New Essays And Revised Versions Of Several Previously Published Essays, This Collection Attempts To Articulate The Relationship, Within Such A Broader Ethical Inquiry, Between Literary And Abstractly Theoretical Elements.

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10 thoughts on “Loves Knowledge

  1. says:

    Martha Nussbaum probably the only person who can make me feel bad about not reading enough Henry James I liked these essays, although I wouldn t call them particularly approachable if you don t have some background in philosophy and I may have paid less attention to the parts that relied most heavily on, i.e specific instances in The Golden Bowl Nussbaum s contributions to the ancient quarrel hint she s trying to mediate are interesting and thoughtful, and as you might guess from Martha Nussbaum probably the only person who can make me feel bad about not reading enough Henry James I liked these essays, although I wouldn t call them particularly approachable if you d...

  2. says:

    Just purchased Love s Knowledge Essays on Philosophy and Literature by Martha C Nussbaum today A very good article from BrainPickings Weekly entitled How Do You Know That You Love Somebody Philosopher Martha Nussbaum s Incompleteness Theorem of the Heart s Truth, from Plato to Proust introduced me to this book I vividly recommend BrainPickings Weekly newsletter as it is full of treasure Maria Popova does an amazing job at presenting enticingly and in depth off the beaten path books Just purchased Love s Knowledge Essays on Philosophy and Literature by Martha C Nussbaum today A very good article from BrainPickings We...

  3. says:

    I know I should probably be ashamed that I haven t read this yet But I m reading it now because of her emphasis on the narrative structure of our practical reasoning, a theme that I am returning to after my month of non stop MacIntyre reading in preparation for his 80th birthday bash in Ireland.

  4. says:

    This philosophy text engages in a close and deep exploration of the relationship between literature and philosophy for moral life Nussbaum looks at what philosophers call discursive thought reflective, analytical, dialogical, perhaps speculative and literary narrative as a source of moral and philosophical insight The writing is dense, but sheds light on the way that the two forms of writing and thinking can be brought together for the reader to allow for a richer understanding of the intric This philosophy text engages in a close and deep exploration of the relationship between literature and philosophy for moral life Nussbaum looks at what philosophers call discursive thought...

  5. says:

    A beautiful account of the relationship between fiction and philosophy.

  6. says:

    Martha s intellect is astounding and her productivity close to excessive Whenever I read one of her books, I feel as if I have dropped into a mysterious post doctoral world Caffine is essential.

  7. says:

    I have just read the introduction to this but I liked that very much I wrote an essay in college discussing a paper by another philosopher on the importance of literature to philosophy and have continued to think about the topic since then Reading her substantial overview of her position that is the intro I found a lot of points of agreement and feeling that she had stated there things I had thought about better than I could have I also found her to articulate further directions for thought a I have just read the introduction to this but I liked that very much I wrote an essay in college discussing a paper by another philosopher on the importance of literature to philosophy and have continued to think about the topic since then Reading her substantial overview of her position that is the intro I found a lot of points of agreement and feeling that she had stated there things I...

  8. says:

    I love Nussbaum I had to re read David Copperfield to fully appreciate the arguments about the concept of love in this book and re visit Henry James In a series of essays Nussbaum shows how the emotional and cognitive are entwi...

  9. says:

    I only read a few essays from this books, but I really liked what I read so far It deals with moral fiction, philosophy and literature, etc especially since Nussbaum s ideas are rooted in Aristotelian philosophy.

  10. says:

    Discusses role of narratives in ethical understanding and decision making

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