Rules for the Direction of the Mind

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  • Title: Rules for the Direction of the Mind
  • Author: René Descartes Laurence J. Lafleur
  • ISBN: 9780672603341
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Στους κανόνες για τον κατευθυσμό της γνωστικής δύναμης ο Descartes εκθέτει μία μέθοδο που βασίζεται στην Αριθμητική και τη Γεωμετρία και μπορεί να εφαρμοστεί σε όλες τις λοιπές επιστήμες (Καθολική επιστήμη). Κανόνας 1. Οι τεχνικές δεξιότητες αναπτύσσονται καλύτερα όταν κάποιο [...]

    2. من المبهج أن تقرأ كل تلك القواعد الهندسية والمنطقية منذ دخلت المدرسة من مصدرها الأساس فديكارت أبو الفلسفة الحديثة ، يكتب هنا بسلاسة ووضوح مجموعة من القواعد - للأسف أنه لم يكملها قبل أن يموت - تُعتبر ناجعة جدًا لمن أراد أن يمسك بتلابيب أي علم طبيعي معاصر.تتلخص أفكار الكتاب في [...]

    3. لقد دون ديكارت منهجه فى الفكر فى صورة قواعد هى مضمون هذا الكتاب .إحدى وعشرون قاعدة هى ما تناوله ديكارت بالذكر كقواعد منهجية للفكر تبدأ بتحديد الهدف المطلوب من الدراسة والبحث وهو أسمى ما يمكن من الأهداف وهو إدراك ما هو مستطاع من الحقيقة المطلقة ذات الوحدة والكمال .ثم يتناول بم [...]

    4. أول كتاب أقرأه لديكارت ولعله كان اختيارا غير وفق لا لشي غلا لأن ديكارت لم يكمله فقد تحدث عن 3 أجزاء كل جزء منها 12 قاعدة خلال حديثه لكن بالكتاب زهاء العشرين قاعدة وحسب والقواعد الثلاثة الأخيرة منه غير متبوعة بشرح وكأنه كتبها ولم يشرحها ولم يكمل الكتاب أصلاالكتاب رائع ويحتاج إل [...]

    5. Je suis ravi d'avoir trouvé cette traduction des latines "Regulae ad directionem ingenii", écrites par Descartes, l'un des pères de la philosophie moderne. On y trouve sa pensée avec plus précisions qu'elle ne peut l'être exposée dans le célèbre discours de la méthode, et ici, c'est de cette fameuse "route à suivre", ou parler grec, de cette "méthode" qu'il s'agit. Descartes, veut s'écarter du bruit des vaines controverses qui enflaient les universités, où le but des disputes éta [...]

    6. Book prescribes a method of reasoning that I found very helpful. Easy to read and understand, I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to reason in a more methodical way. I'll certainly be reading this again and again.

    7. I may or may not finish these. But, of course, one must be careful while handling so refined a reductionist.

    8. Descartes is one of the few thinkers who really know how to cut the crap; he gets right into it, so to speak. Such concise works are a rarity in the midst of unnecessarily verbose musings of most other works. As an examples, he expounds on this point in the rule III: ''() authors are ordinarily so disposed that whenever their heedless credulity has led them to a decision on some controverted opinion, they always try to bring us over to the same side, with the subtlest arguments; if on the other [...]

    9. A book that makes you question things you take for granted and provides the process of deep learning. Not a one time read but a book you need meditate on. In the first reading, I probably got only 10% of the book. Hoping to reread again in a few months

    10. The book ends right when it starts getting really interesting. It’s an unfinished work and ends just as he’s getting into the Cartesian coordinate system as an example of deduction from clear and distinct truths. I’m sure he would have totally lost me had he continued with his geometric examples, but I’m intrigued. At the very least, he has reinforced my belief that understanding geometry is a key component to understanding him and the Greek philosophers who came before.Most of this shor [...]

    11. أول قراءة فعلية تحتسب لي من جهة ديكارت ،لا اخفيكم خاب ظني كثيرا بعد اتمامه-او بالاحرى بعد ان جررت نفسي جرا لاتمامه- فمن قرا مقدمة الكتاب سيعلم ان به خللا اذا انه يعتبر غير كامل تنقصه فصول اخرى ذكرت بها تتمة القواعد المذكورة ،فالمفترض مجموعها 36 قاعدة في حين نجد الكتاب ذكر 21 قاع [...]

    12. Rules for the Direction of the Mind is an unfinished philosophical work of Descartes'. Written in Latin in 1628, it was translated into English in the subsequent years after Descartes' death.It was initially supposed to be comprised of three parts, with each part containing 12 rules. However, Descartes only produced 18, fully in-depth rules, and 3 condensed summaries of the remaining 3 rules. All in all, it totals to about 21 rules.Like I mentioned in a past update, Descartes is one of the few p [...]

    13. ليست العلوم جميعاً سوى الحكمة الإنسانية، وهي عينها تظل دوماً واحدة مهما تنوعت المواضيع التي تبحث فيها، فهي لا تتأثر بتغير هذه المواضيع أكثر مما يتأثر نور الشمس بتنوع الأشياء التي يضيئها، فليس من داع إلى فرض أي حد على الفكر الإنساني، ولا تصرفنا المعرفة بحقيقة ما عن اكتشاف أخ [...]

    14. Gerçek bilgiye ulaşmak için crystal clear düşünme yöntemleri. Buna ben duru düşünme demeyi seviyorum. Her şeyin sezgi ve tümdengelimle ulaşılabileceği ve mantığın sadece bilinen için kurulabileceğinden dolayı bilgiye ulaşmada değersiz olduğu fikirleri çarpıcıydı. Fakat net anlatımı ve örneklendirmeleri karmaşık cümlelerde boğulan benim gibiler için okumayı rahatlatıcı etmenler.

    15. Este livro é básico, racional e não tem nada a ver com o que todo imagina do espírito em si, a entidade nem nada do gênero.Mas ensina a que devemos chegar a pensamentos complexos através do pensamento simples, que tudo que não conhecemos não necessariamente vem de um conhecimento que temos e muitas outras coisas.Não é divertido, mas é muito bom.

    16. Metod üzerine hazırlanmış bir kitap. Düşünce geliştirme adına faydalı olabilir. Biz felsefe adına didik didik inceleyince pek iyi olmuyor da normal okununca keyif alınabilir. (Tabii ki yazarın bir değişik bir filozof olduğunu hesaba katarak okursanız :)

    17. مش عارفه اقيمه الصراحه ارهقني ذهنيا ةاجزاء كتير ما فهمتهاش اكاديمي بحت لا يفهمه الا من متعمق كانت تجربه جيده

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