Bubbles Spheres I An epic project in both size purview Sloterdijk s volume page Spheres is a late th century bookend to Heidegger s Being Time Rejecting the century s predominant philosophical focus on tempo

  • Title: Bubbles: Spheres I
  • Author: Peter Sloterdijk Wieland Hoban
  • ISBN: 9781584351047
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An epic project in both size purview, Sloterdijk s 3 volume, 2500 page Spheres is a late 20th century bookend to Heidegger s Being Time Rejecting the century s predominant philosophical focus on temporality, Sloterdijk, self described student of the air, reinterprets the history of Western metaphysics as an inherently spatial immunological project, froAn epic project in both size purview, Sloterdijk s 3 volume, 2500 page Spheres is a late 20th century bookend to Heidegger s Being Time Rejecting the century s predominant philosophical focus on temporality, Sloterdijk, self described student of the air, reinterprets the history of Western metaphysics as an inherently spatial immunological project, from the discovery of self bubble to the exploration of world globe to the poetics of plurality foam Exploring macro micro space from the Greek agora to contemporary urban apartments, he s able to synthesize, with immense erudition, the spatial theories of Aristotle, Descartes, Gaston Bachelard, Walter Benjamin Georges Bataille into a morphology of shared, or multipolar, dwelling identifying the question of being as one bound up with the aerial technology of architectonics anthropogenesis He describes Bubbles, Spheres 1st volume, as a general theory of the structures that allow couplings or as the book s original intended subtitle put it, an archeology of the intimate Bubbles includes a wide array of images, not to illustrate his discourse, but to offer a spatial visual parallel narrative to his exploration of bubbles Written over the course of a decade, the trilogy has waited another decade for its English translation from Semiotext e Volumes 2, Globes, 3, Foam, will publish in coming seasons.

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    1. Sloterdijk’s Spheres is more like a brainwashing flood than it a patient argument for identifiable conclusions. But this is just what it must be, if Sloterdijk’s final aim is to overcome cynicism. No argument can possibly succeed – what is required instead is a radical change in vision, a conversion to newfound meaning. Spheres are above all expressions or institutions of love. He states his central thesis in the introduction to the trilogy: “I will develop, more obstinately than usual, [...]

    2. EL IDIOTA Y EL ÁNGELPrecisamente porque el mundo moderno está saturado del ruido de los mensajeros de los partidos de poder y del estruendo artístico del genio, que llaman la atención sobre sus obras y sistemas delirantes, la diferencia religiosa ya no puede señalarse convincentemente desde la figura del embajador (o enviado). El Dios presente no puede alcanzar a los mortales como enviado, sino sólo como idiota. El idiota es un ángel sin mensaje: un íntimo complementador, sin distancia, [...]

    3. Like the best philosophy and critical theory, this book will transform your understandings of the topics at hand. In the case of Bubbles, the first of three volumes in Peter Sloterdijk's Spheres trilogy, this means the way you conceive of what Sloterdijk calls "strong relationships" will never be the same. Heidegger's formula of "being-in-the-world" is the philosophical construct interrogated throughout Spheres, and Bubbles concerns itself with the first part, the "being-in." What does it mean t [...]

    4. So, I finally fished this first volume of the Sphere's trilogy. I read it via an online reading group (see our video sessions on youtube by searching for "Sloterdijk Bubbles" - ours are the ones by "Infinite Conversations"). This was an extraordinarily rewarding read, partly because of the reading group, but Sloterdijk's text is also filled with interesting ideas and novel perspectives, sometimes too many of them. I shall pursue the reading into Volumes 2 and 3, but so far I have to say I find h [...]

    5. From my review on LA Review of Books: "This is a remarkable and valuable book. Even where it does not convince, it provokes; it does not try to get the last word in, but to generate new ideas for discussion. Like the best works of phenomenology, it startles us into recognizing things that we had taken for granted as if we were seeing them for the first time."

    6. Tres volumenes en los que sloterdijk intenta situar al ser humano moderno. la revision de ideas y conceptos es muy amplia. como vivimos, somos y nos comportamos en un mundo que fabricamoseamos y que nos cra y fabrica a nosotros. Se lee bien. la traducción española es buena.

    7. I must note that even at his most suffocatingly verbose Sloterdijk does not break off, or drown himself in gurgling, winded verbage, which in itself sets him apart from others in serious breakthrough ontologicaliterature in the atrophied field of nobject-diagnostics, parenthetical sludge, and miscellaneous incomprehensible albeit vital information. In closing in[n] on the end of this first volume of the trilogy I myself have at last popped a seven-year sifting contemplative Bubble: To Whom shall [...]

    8. Avvincente viaggio alla radice di tutto: il pensiero e la cultura, le immagini dell’arte, della religione, del linguaggio, gli angeli custodi, le sirene, i gemelli ecc passando attraverso simboli, musica e miti, la speculazione trinitaria, il mesmerismo, la ginecologia, fino ad arrivare alle prime fasi dell’essere umano, quelle embrionali. Al di là della ricostruzione e delle conclusioni proposte, una lettura che mi pare ricca di stimoli.«Dove siamo, di conseguenza, quando ci troviamo in u [...]

    9. This is a surprisingly deep book. Sloterdijk uses the notion of the Sphere in order to divide up spaces. He uses the idea of a self contained horizon; threshold in order to dialecticalize his way around religion, philosophy and other kinds of borders. In a sense, the circle is perfect because it is a localization that makes available the arbitrariness of classhood. What is "inside" belongs to one distinction so that distinction can be further examined. I am not sure if there is going to be a lar [...]

    10. "Desde tiempos muy tempranos la historia de los encuentros con el extraño fue también una escuela visual del terror"."La neurosis básica de la cultura occidental es tener que soñar un sujeto que lo observa, nombra, posee todo, sin dejarse contener, nombrar, poseer por algo, aun en el caso de que el Dios más discreto se ofreciera como observador, receptáculo y mandante"."El aliento es desde un principio conspirador, respirador, inspirador; tan pronto como hay aire, respira a dos"."Así, los [...]

    11. I'm tempted to continue on toGlobes. Which says something. This book puts lots of ideas on the table, almost all of them concerning the idea of close two-person relationships (mother-child, God-Adam, etc.) The thing I most struggled with is the rejection of the Enlightenment. But beyond that, Sloterdijk writes engagingly enough for the deep territory, and his ability to supplement the writing with interesting images keep the book moving along.

    12. Discutido enViviendo en el Final de los Tiempos Pág.271-280 en vinculación con el artículo deAlejandro Zaera-Polo disponible acá.

    13. I will withhold judgment until I've read all three parts of the Spheres Trilogy, but if this first installation is any indication of the complete package then it is likely to become one of the original philosophical beacons of the 21st century (playing perhaps the same role as Heidegger's Being and Time did in the 20th).

    14. This was really difficult for me to read, but in the best way. I'm looking forward to rereading it repeatedly.

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