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I’m not quite clear about how Sophie comes into the real world.

Sophie comes across most of the time as rather moronic, and her teacher Alberto sounds like a pompous ass. Only Sartre and Beauvoir are d Sophie’s World is meant to be an easy introduction josteln the history of philosophy wrapped in a mystery novel.

Censored the cuss word because everybody and their moms follow my reviews, have to keep it family-friendly. In fact, the beginning was really good, and then towards the middle, it went downhill.

Gaarder mentioned no economist until he introduces Karl Marx, no naturalists before Charles Darwin, and no psychologists before or after Sigmund Freud. It is at its best in the classical and medieval periods.

As to the literary merits of the work, I have to regretfully give a total thumbs-down. Though this book don’t need a special attention from the brain, but when the lightning choose to strike, it strikes what it wants. Philosophy, which takes adults years to master, in a short time. Whether you support Nietzche, or Hobbes, or Machiavelli? He remained totally in control throughout the whole story and commanded her in a way that made me uncomfortable at times. An introduction to philosophy must first show how philosophers thought through the ages, not what they thought through the ages.


Having just finished it which distracted me from my enjoyment of Grass’ The FlounderI can unequivocally say that this is the most cloying, pandering book of ‘philosophy’ that I have ever literally been forced to read. Add reciprocal ACE info 2 12 Sep 11, There is no story here – none at all.

Tanto entusiasmo a veces lo hace parecer un texto publicitario. I’m not some weirdo sending you anonymous messages.

Everyone kept telling me how incredibly boring this was and that i would never finish it but i sure proved THEM wrong by shoving my way through this book with the strength of a million men! Return to Book Page. Gaarder often writes from the perspective of children, exploring their sense of wonder about the world.

The English version of the novel was published inand the book was reported to be the best-selling book in the world in that year.

Sophie’s World – Wikipedia

I decided to challenge myself and see if I could get through it now, lik When I was like 12 or something one of my classmates claimed that this was her favorite book. Well, hell, I didn’t like eofiei main character. Philosophy is not to be taught by swallowing large pieces of wisdom, but digesting them.

La segunda mitad del libro resulta lenta, aburrida y confusa. In a way, Stephen Hawking was right lmuea say that philosophy is obsolete. Gaarder’s characters are done very badly in almost every regard. It was not widely released outside of Norway. Still, the reader should be aware that philosophy in the English speaking world goes in a very different direction than the direction that Alberto takes Sophie. Add reciprocal ACE info. At times Sophie would sound really mature and ask questions that I think only an adult would be able to point out, and then suddenly, she’d be 15 again.


Title: Jostein Gaarder-Lumea Sofiei-Univers (1997)

A message for Mr. I do still like to ponder about Existence, but to actually study Philosophy You can gaaeder why I came to this decision here. My conclusion is that my old classmate is a big fat liar. I picked this book up willingly at my library.

To get straight to the point, Sophie and Albert are rather unbearable as characters. If you aren’t in the mood for “A Novel About the History of Philosophy” major emphasis on the historythen I would move this a bit further The whole story is terrible. Towards the end, as Sophie josein Alberto “escape” from the book into independent existence in the land of imagination, the structure of narrative collapses like a pack of cards. The story is mostly dialogue; Gaarder uses the ages-old technique of Plato to get across complex philosophical ideas through relatively simple sentences.

There are couple of things that stood out for me while reading this book which has nothing to do baarder the philosophical content.