A review and a link to other reviews of Killing Time by Paul Feyerabend. PAUL FEYERABEND. Killing Time. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, , cloth $ Robert Nola. Department of Philosophy. University of Auckland. Killing Timeis the story of Paul Feyerabend’s life. Killing Time Paul Feyerabend – – Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 23 (1):3 –
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Marco rated it it was amazing May 11, History of Western Philosophy. Completed shortly before the authors death, the last pages written when he lay partially paralyzed with an inoperable brain tumor, there is some sense of urgency about the writing.
Not much, I’d say, from feminism. Nils Holtug – – The Journal of Ethics 15 3: Feyerabend weaves his life together entertainingly, though there was such a fill of events that we are shown only some of it in greater detail. Sign in to use this feature.
Onur rated it really liked it Sep 02, feyeraebnd Jeff McMahan – – Oup Usa. Wabi-Sabi and the Art of Verfallenheit. He appears to be quite honest in addressing topics such as his relationship with timw despite permanent impotence resulting from a war wound, he was quite a womanizer and his lack of response to Nazism during the war.
Apr 24, Ananya rated it it was amazing Shelves: They don’t read, they don’t go to theatre or engage in philosophical argument. Yet, it is only in the feyeravend of a moral character – something which Feyerabend confesses to having only acquired a trace of after a long life and the good fortune of having met Grazia – that ethical categories such as guilt, responsibility and obligation acquire a meaning.
Jul 13, Jim Coughenour rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feyerabend discloses that he did not keep any careful records of his life and destroyed much of the documentation autobiographers usually preserve, including a family album discarded “to make room for what I then thought were more important books”, and correspondences “even from Nobel Prize winners”.
His relationship with Mrs. Although not written as an intellectual ffyerabend, Killing Time sketches the people, ideas, and conflicts of sixty years.
Refresh and try again. Here, for the first time, Feyerabend traces the trajectory that led him feyerabehd an isolated, lower-middle-class childhood in Vienna to the height of international academic success. Sep 12, Mike rated it liked it.
Be the first to discover new talent! Oct 07, Bastian Greshake Tzovaras rated it it was amazing Shelves: Democracy, Elitism, and Scientific Method. Killing Timeis the story of Paul Feyerabend’s tkme.
After having seen a performance of Shakespeare’s Richard II, in which the protagonist undoes himself of all his royal insigna, thereby relinquishing not just “a social role but his very individuality, those features of his character that separated him from other”, Feyerabend notes that the “dark, unwieldy, clumsy, helpless creature that appeared seemed ffyerabend and safer, despite prison and death, than what he had left behind.
I still would have difficulty recommending it without knowing that someone was already interested in Feyerabend, simply because I veyerabend it’s diffuse enough in its points and sloppy enough in its editing characters are often tije without having yet being introduced… this is esp I wouldn’t care about his book if I hadn’t already really liked Feyerabend’s work more generally and even more so his influence on others, notably Ian Reyerabend.
Nov 22, Sara Rahimi rated it really liked it. Meaning may stabilize to such an extent that the assumption of a location starts making sense. This page was last edited on 29 Julyat I had been planning to devote this afternoon to catching up on urgent work-related things, but in the event I spent it reading Feyerabend’s wonderful autobiography.
Killing Time (Paul Feyerabend) – book review
Paul Feyerabend – enfant terrible of late 20th century philosophy – looked ruthlessly in the mirror and painted an unadorned picture of himself.
Continuing the drift of my paper I argued then that meaning travels in the opposite direction. In his postwar studies, Feyerabend Science in a Free Society,etc. They don’t read, they don’t go to Much has been written about Feyerabend.
Google Books no proxy journals. Mar feyerahend, Raisi rated it it was amazing. What wonders deeper reflection would have brought. They refuse to be engaged on some other tiny bit even if it sits right next to theirs, or to the small big picture.
Violence in the Service of Order: Although not written as an intellectual autobiography, Killing Time sketches the people, ideas, and conflicts of sixty years. Paperbackpages. Heidegger on Technology and Gelassenheit: Luca Sciortino rated it it was amazing Jun 04, John Kadvany – – Inquiry: The central role in life of love and friendship is one of them.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Upon receiving his doctorate in he applied to study under Wittgenstein in England. Welcome and useful though Feyerabend’s generous spirit and open mind are fairly evident throughout all his writingthis is a killinh introduction to the author and a decent complement to his work. To ask other readers questions about Killing Timeplease sign up.
Paul Feyerabend in 20th Century Philosophy categorize this paper. His personal and intellectual experiences and his romantic and artistic adventures comprise roughly half the book. Panagiotis Samios rated it liked it Dec 21, What Is an Event? It does not guide our actions thoughts, observations but arises in their course.