Warum Krieg?

Warum Krieg Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud s correspondence about peace and war was published in a pamphlet called Why War The pamphlet appeared just after Hitler had risen to power in German and had a tiny

  • Title: Warum Krieg?
  • Author: Albert Einstein Sigmund Freud
  • ISBN: 9783257200287
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud s correspondence about peace and war was published in a pamphlet called Why War The pamphlet appeared just after Hitler had risen to power, in German, and had a tiny circulation unfortunately.

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    1. Warum Krieg? = why war?, Sigmund Freudتاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و دوم ماه آوریل سال 2006 میلادیعنوان: چرا جنگ؟ بررسی روانشناسانه پدیده ی جنگ، مکاتبات آلبرت اینشتین و زیگموند فروید؛ نویسنده: زیگموند فروید؛ مترجم: خسرو ناقد؛ شابک: 9645709652؛ تهران، کتاب روشن؛ 1383؛ در پانزده و 45 ص؛ چاپ دوم 1384؛ چاپ سوم 1388 [...]

    2. 1933 was a bad year. Einstein, progre e ingenuo. Freud, brutal (recuérdese que El malestar en la cultura es de 1930): propone que a la -irreprimible- Todestrieb/pulsión de muerte es necesario oponerle la pulsión de vida y la sublimación progresiva de la cultura. La historia del siglo XX no le ha dado mucha razón a ninguno de los dos. No sólo los fascismos históricos y contemporáneos tienen una pata libidinal y cultural muy fuerte, también las sociedades en guerra permanente no dejan de [...]

    3. A fascinating pamphlett with insightful and increasingly pertinent to the present day reflections, from two of the most iconic figures of modern culture.The year is 1932, Hitler has almost risen to power and, while in deep water, Einstein and Freud share their anguished, competent, yet feeble attempts towards a wisdom they (admittedly) can't grasp, on one of the most pressing issues of their day. War.Einstein, convinced that besides man's social drives for connection and unity he also "has withi [...]

    4. Eminently readable, devoid of needless jargon, and extremely short. Here we find, perhaps, Freud’s clearest exposition of the Eros-Thanatos duality, his ‘account’ of the origin and nature of (political) power, his hypothetical ‘state of nature’, and, first and foremost, his views on history and progress. Freud’s rather simplistic take on history and his reductionist approach to power (it’s all violence sanctioned by either a handful of strong individuals or the vast majority of the [...]

    5. " هر جنگ حلقه ای است ک به زنجیر بدبختی بشر افزوده میشود و مانع رشد جوامع انسانی میشود من اما میخواهم آشتی بیاموزم نه نفرت. عشق بیامزم نه جنگ" آلبرت اینشتین" خداوند میان قوم های بسیاری داوری خواهد کرد و به اختلافات بین اقوام قدرتمند تا سرزمین های دور پایان خواهد داد .پس آنان از شم [...]

    6. Fue una buena lectura, si la introducción no hubiera sido tan extensa, latosa e innecesaria hubiera sido una lectura escelente.

    7. Für mich, besonders in dieser schweren Zeit, in der wir leben, ein wichtiges Buch.Das Buch ist von 1972.Es gibt einen Brief von Albert Einstein an Sigmund Freud und dessen Antwort und ein Essay von Isaac Asimov, was mir besonders gefallen hat. Er ist einer meiner Lieblings-SF-Autoren.Warum gibt es Kriege? Warum sind wird so? Echt sehr gute Überlegungen zum Thema. Isaac Asimov kommt übrigens zu der Überzeugung, das Nationalstaaten überflüsslig sind. Die Lösung der Erde kann nur eine Weltre [...]

    8. Einsteins Brief war philosophischer als erwartet, Freuds Antwort wiederum genauso psychoanalytisch wie ich es mir vorgestellt hatte. Freud ging auf seinen letzten Seiten auf den wichtigen Punkt der Hinnahme des Kriegs und Kulturentwicklung ein, der das Ganze schön abrundete. Sehr beeindruckend fand ich den Essay von Asimov, der verdeutlicht, wie die stetige Bevölkerungszunahme problematisch für die Menschheit werden wird. Ganz amüsant war, dass er für das Jahr 2000 eine Bevölkerungsauslös [...]

    9. خدمت دکتر آلبرت عزیز: جسارتا این دغدغه ی صلح طلبانه شما-"چه جهان زیبایی می توانستیم بسازیم اگر تمام نیرویی که در یک جنگ به هدر می رود در خدمت سازندگی به کار می گرفتیم"- و جریانات نامه به روزولت برای پیشنهادِ ساختن بمب اتم در جنگ جهانی دوم برایم تناقض آمیز است. و خدمت دکتر زیگموند [...]

    10. Amazing how the views of these two great minds about war with its causes and manifestations on the collective human community still resonates to this day. This is a timely read given the current situation of the world today and how leaders of nations vie for their lust of power and self interests at the expense of destruction and loss of lives of the people they are supposed to 'represent' and protect. Both are pacifists as revealed in these exchanges wherein while they thought about the capacit [...]

    11. Einstein ve Freud arasındaki mektuplar diye yazmışlar ama her ikisinden de sadece bir adet mektup var. Biraz bilgilendirme biraz da 2. dünya savaşı hakkında bilgi mevcut. Bende oluşturduğu beklentiyi veremedi.Freud'un kıskanç ve iki yüzlü biri olduğunu anladım.Einstein için şanslı ve kendisi için badireleri göğüsleyen tanımını kullanmış bir röportajda ve üstüne Einstein'a mektubunda beni seçtiğiniz için gurur duydum gibi laflar ederken gene başka bir röportajda [...]

    12. La correspondance entre Einstein et Freud traite de la violence humaine ramenée à des instincts primaires. L'ambivalence dynamique de droit-pouvoir et solidarité-revendication entre groupes et nations est assimilée à celle, destructrice et créatrice, qui existe au sein même des individus. Il est vrai que le génie peut s'exprimer dans plus d'une matière, et les essais de ces grands hommes, bien qu'hors de leurs domaines d'expertise, valent la peine d'être lus.

    13. Previous to reading this book, I had no idea that Einstein and Freud were connected. Their exchange of ideas about the nature of human beings and war are fascinating. For a non-native speaker, the German was a little dense but manageable.

    14. I think this is the same book I just read in Norwegian. It was very interesting and thought provoking, especially for a philosopher like me.

    15. Correspondence between Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud concerning human nature and the causes of war. Published in 1933.

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