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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Find it on Scholar. Marriage and Retirement Improvising Improvisation Gary Peters. In that sense it’s a nicely fittingly anarchic book about a proudly, principally anarchic man. A religious mania seemed to engulf the place.
It is a delight to read his rapt eulogies on the companion of the last decade of his life, on his most fortunate discovery of true love and friendship. Sensedata in and for themselves have no meaning; they just are. It leaves a mark. Feyerabend – Search for Abundance”. This article is about the Paul Feyerabend autobiography. Killing and the Time-Relative Interest Account. The same applies to the acquisition of ‘moral character’.
Contrary to someone like Karl Kraus, Feyerabend seems to think that men, at least as long as they have not acquired moral character, are morally neutral, whilst ideas are not. Brighton, Kassel, and Zurich Indeed, although Feyerabend is not interested in ‘spoiling’ his autobiography with an extensive reiteration of his philosophical positions, there are a few messages he clearly wants to drive home.
That, at any rate, is my overall impression and needless to say there are obvious exceptions, at least on the goodreads site. The last 50 pages didn’t do much for me. We all have our blind spots.
If you loved Astrid Lindgren as a child, you should read Killing Time.
Trying to meet all your feyerabendd preview and review needs. This, however, is a disease and not a foundation. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 22 It’s a shame, in a way.
My two cents’ worth. I note that he mentions many lays in this book, none of them are attributed with kiling surname. I often wished I had never written that fucking book. There my father listened to the announcements on the radio; I tried to stop him — the noise interfered with my reading.
Meaning is not located anywhere.
Paul Feyerabend – – Inquiry: It’s all very well to blame the philosophers who generally avoid science because it’s too hard. It is the man, rather than the thought that is presented at the fore of this book.
They have tiny fragmented parts to play in something which might or might not have a big picture. Tuer le temps – France. Elsewhere Feyerabend has expressed greater regret about this decision; here he suspects that he would not have fit in well with the “collective pressure” of the Berliner Ensemble.
Killung goes in this brilliant autobiography that reads like a novel. Wabi-Sabi and the Art of Verfallenheit.
Killing Time (Paul Feyerabend) – book review
Problems at the Margins of Life. Perhaps he wants to be the King of the Hill? Or perhaps he would never have been able to do it. And he meant it.
Killing Time: The Autobiography of Paul Feyerabend
Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. It’s not a great book, nor is it greatly written, strangely enough.
Nov 22, Sara Rahimi rated it really liked it. But it’s a real weakness in autobiography to leave them unchecked. Nola – – British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 47 3: Meaning may stabilize to such an extent that the assumption of a location starts making sense.