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Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742–1799)

Autor/a de The Waste Books

141+ obres 1,177 Membres 15 Ressenyes 9 preferits

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Crèdit de la imatge: Portrait by Johann Ludwig Strecker (1744), print by J.C. Krueger


Obres de Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

The Waste Books (1984) 439 exemplars
Aphorisms (1967) 188 exemplars
Schriften und Briefe, 6 Bände (1983) 41 exemplars
James Cook, der Entdecker (1980) — Autor — 18 exemplars
Werke in einem Band (1978) — Autor — 16 exemplars
Aphorismen, Essays, Briefe (1970) 11 exemplars
Aus den Sudelbüchern (2008) 10 exemplars
Aphorismen, Schriften, Briefe (1974) 9 exemplars
Pensees (1999) 9 exemplars
Sudelbücher (2005) 7 exemplars
Le miroir de l'âme (2012) 7 exemplars
Gedankenbücher 6 exemplars
Lichtenberg (1998) 5 exemplars
Die Aphorismen-Bher (2005) 5 exemplars
Witz und Weisheit : Aphorismen (1950) 4 exemplars
Algunos aforismos (1999) 4 exemplars
Gedachten (1958) 4 exemplars
Quaderns de notes (2012) 3 exemplars
Breviario de aforismos (2000) 3 exemplars
Lichtenberg in seiner Stube (1992) 3 exemplars
Osservazioni e massime (2009) 2 exemplars
Homo sapiens : Aphorismen (1961) 2 exemplars
In meinem Kopf des Nachts (1997) 2 exemplars
Reflections 1 exemplars
Lichtenberg zum Vergnügen (2020) 1 exemplars
Unterhaltsame Aufsätze (2011) 1 exemplars
Zibaldone segreto 1 exemplars
Kommentar zu Band I und II (1994) 1 exemplars
Schriften und Briefe IV (1994) 1 exemplars
Schriften und Briefe III (1994) 1 exemplars
Aforizmalar 1 exemplars
Lichtenberg für Zeitgenossen (2003) 1 exemplars
Sudelbücher I 1 exemplars
Vorlesungen zur Naturlehre (2005) 1 exemplars
50 aphorismes de Lichtenberg (1981) 1 exemplars
Cuadernos I (2015) 1 exemplars

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George Christoph Lichtenberg. (1671) — Associated Name — 6 exemplars


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More than 1,000 aphorisms from the notebooks of George Lichtenberg, a German mathematician and physicist. His writings have been influential with authors like Goethe and Nietzsche and continue to inform thinkers to this day.
jwhenderson | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Jun 13, 2022 |
I finished _The Waste Books_ by Lichtenberg. I really like this book. It’s a collection of paragraphs about the world, impressions of someone who sees themselves as part of the Enlightenment, but who feels society bears down on him and others in a way that’s repressive and against the better angels of our nature. His witty questions and answers are like a sieve for approaching the most important questions we face as humans. He prefigures a lot of more modern thought, where we can see traces of things to come, like embodied cognition and pragmatism. But it’s not only philosophical; there are jokes, insults, exasperated sighs, small cries of pain. And for anyone interested in writing, the book is a goldmine of the vicissitudes of that profession: too many books exist, written by people for whom the book is more of a means of personal extension, part of the business of being someone in society, rather than the accumulated evidence of work towards an end honestly and genuinely approached. Most of what he says about his present of the eighteenth century still applies to our present. It’s also a book that can be read in tiny little chunks, like a bathroom reader. I read a little bit of it every morning after waking up. It was like reading a witty letter from a friend trying to bolster me for the day.… (més)
jtth | Hi ha 9 ressenyes més | Aug 17, 2021 |
> Babelio :

> Lire ce livre, cet auteur, c'est faire l'expérience de sautes d'humeur qui font une sorte d'humour que rien n'oblige à dire noir.
Danieljean (Babelio)
Joop-le-philosophe | Feb 13, 2021 |


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