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Author Hadot, Pierre, author
Title Exercises spirituels et philosophie antique. English
The selected writings of Pierre Hadot : philosophy as a practice / translated by Matthew Sharpe and Federico Testa
Imprint London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2020
©2020
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 CLP Library  146.07 H131/ S532    AVAILABLE    30580003509200
 RCHSS Library  B2430.H334 E5 2020    AVAILABLE    30560400680689
 人文社會聯圖  BL624 .H2513 2020    AVAILABLE    30610020645974
Descript xi, 307 pages ; 20 cm
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unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Re-inventing philosophy as a way of life
Re-inventing philosophy as a way of life
Note First published in France as Exercises spirituels et philosophie antique
Foreword by Arnold I. Davidson and Daniele Lorenzini
Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-290) and indexes
Texts by Pierre Hadot (pages 290-292)
"This collection of writings from Pierre Hadot (1992-2010) presents, for the first time, previously unreleased and in some cases untranslated materials from one of the world's most prominent classical philosophers and historians of thought.As a passionate proponent of philosophy as a 'way of life' (most powerfully communicated in the life of Socrates), Pierre Hadot rejuvenated interest in the ancient philosophers and developed a philosophy based on their work which is peculiarly contemporary. His radical recasting of philosophy in the West was both provocative and substantial. Indeed, Michel Foucault cites Pierre Hadot as a major influence on his work"-- Provided by publisher
Translated from the French
Lib. has: Reprinted (twice), 2020. HS(S)
Subject Hadot, Pierre -- Translations into English
Philosophy, French -- 20th century
Alt Author Sharpe, Matthew, 1975- translator
Testa, Federico, translator
Davidson, Arnold I. (Arnold Ira), 1955- writer of foreword
Lorenzini, Daniele, writer of foreword
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