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!FREE BOOK ♶ L'arte di ottenere ragione esposta in 38 stratagemmi ⚓ Questo trattatello venne elaborato come un pulito preparato anatomico per dare una sistemazione formale agli artifici disonesti ricorrenti nelle dispute Schopenhauer fornisce trentotto stratagemmi, leciti e illeciti, a cui ricorrere per ottenere ragione per difenderla quando la si ha, e per farsela dare quando sta dalla parte dell avversario Con freddezza classificatoria Schopenhauer ci indica le vie traverse e i trucchi di cui si serve l ordinaria natura umana per celare i suoi difetti Ma, nello stesso tempo, si tratta di un testo che si situa in un crocevia del pensiero moderno negli stessi anni in cui Hegel indicava nella dialettica la via per giungere al culmine dello Spirito, il suo irriducibile antagonista Schopenhauer la raccomandava come fioretto da impugnare in quella scherma spirituale che il discutere, senza badare alla verit Le ragioni sottintese in questo duro contrasto sono illustrate nel saggio di Franco Volpi che accompagna il testo I am not sure if it was Schopenhauer s intention or not, but this quickly little read was humorous.Having just read a few books about logical fallacies in which the authors expressed disdain toward bad logic, this book came as a fresh treatise from the other side Schopenhauer teaches you how to use logical fallacy to win your argument regardless of whether or not truth is on your side.Anyway, it was fun to read, and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good argument However, be careful I am not sure if it was Schopenhauer s intention or not, but this quickly little read was humorous.Having just read a few books about logical fallacies in which the authors expressed disdain toward bad logic, this book came as a fresh treatise from the other side Schopenhauer teaches you how to use logical fallacy to win your argument regardless of whether or not truth is on your side.Anyway, it was fun to read, and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good argument However, be careful putting too much of this book into practice or you will quickly become one of the most annoying people on the face of the planet Hilarious, insightful, and incredibly relevant And what of course is the Ultimate Stratagem to win em all Become personal, insulting, and rude Troll, my boys and girls, troll One can discover things in the most unusual ways While reading some comments on Paul Krugman s blog in The New York Times, one of those commenting mentioned this book and how prescient it s proved when it comes to arguments on Fox News and the right wing blogs Well, who could resist an invitation like that German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer amused himself with jotting down the nasty argumentative techniques he observed and recounting them in a satirical fashion, presumably for his personal One can discover things in the most unusual ways While reading some comments on Paul Krugman s blog in The New York Times, one of those commenting mentioned this book and how prescient it s proved when it comes to arguments on Fox News and the right wing blogs Well, who could resist an invitation like that German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer amused himself with jotting down the nasty argumentative techniques he observed and recounting them in a satirical fashion, presumably for his personal enjoyment, as they weren t published in his lifetime Thomas Bailey Saunders translated the work into English in February 1896 The work isn t laugh out loud funny although you wouldn t expect that from Schopenhauer anyway It s worth a read, and it really does chronicle all of the techniques you ve seen on The O Reilly Factor and on whatever Sean Hannity is calling his show these days At a mere 48 pages, it s certain worth a read Amazing to discover that nothing is new under the sun not even 21st century bread and circuses Thanks to the great explanatory notes in the edition I read, I was able to understand that this was a work of irony, sarcasm, and possibly vengeance Even though I know almost nothing about Schopenhauer, I tried to imagine each point of advice he gave in 1831 as an example of a specific argument with an opponent He apparently often lost arguments in the view of others in articles reporting them, perhaps when in his view, the accuracy and truth of his argument had not been assailed at all Thanks to the great explanatory notes in the edition I read, I was able to understand that this was a work of irony, sarcasm, and possibly vengeance Even though I know almost nothing about Schopenhauer, I tried to imagine each point of advice he gave in 1831 as an example of a specific argument with an opponent He apparently often lost arguments in the view of others in articles reporting them, perhaps when in his view, the accuracy and truth of his argument had not been assailed at all It made me a little sad, to imagine a person spending his entire life trying to talk to people who kept using these dirty tricks against him I think it would beinteresting to people studying heuristics or debate This is the first time I ve read Schopenhauer Overall I enjoyed the book The book is mostly about winning debates even if that means ignoring logic and reason The book lists 38 tricks identified by the author that people use to defend their position or undermine other s in order to win debates The point of the book is not for you to use these tricks, but to identify when they are being used against you or are being used in any other debate you might be interested Being aware of those tricks This is the first time I ve read Schopenhauer Overall I enjoyed the book The book is mostly about winning debates even if that means ignoring logic and reason The book lists 38 tricks identified by the author that people use to defend their position or undermine other s in order to win debates The point of the book is not for you to use these tricks, but to identify when they are being used against you or are being used in any other debate you might be interested Being aware of those tricks allows you to deal with them in a way they don t impact you on a debate.When people are committed to work together to discover the best possible outcome for a problem, non confrontational discussions using logical arguments are the best approach Unfortunately, that s rarely the case People are farinterested in being right than reaching a conclusion where logic and reason prevails This book written in 1831 describes many of the bad behaviours we see everyday in our increasingly polarised world Certainly worth reading it States the obvious, with persuasive techniques The examples are also vague.Download at your own risk of a serious disappointment. I haven t read any book particulary on this branch of philosophy i.e Ethics This was first for Ethics as well as for Schopenhauer Quite a dangerous book it is Jeopardizing thoughts, this books continously explicates logic, dialectic and eristic dialectic in specific Dark sarcasm, and influential tone with numerous examples makes it even powerful For art of debate this book contains 38 stratagems to win the argument Schopenhauer says It would be a very good thing if every trick could rec I haven t read any book particulary on this branch of philosophy i.e Ethics This was first for Ethics as well as for Schopenhauer Quite a dangerous book it is Jeopardizing thoughts, this books continously explicates logic, dialectic and eristic dialectic in specific Dark sarcasm, and influential tone with numerous examples makes it even powerful For art of debate this book contains 38 stratagems to win the argument Schopenhauer says It would be a very good thing if every trick could receive some short and obviously appropriate name, so that when a man used this or that particular trick, he could be at once reproached for it Very obviously there is a gargantuan range of winning ways to a losing debate I miss reading in Spanish, and I miss philosophy even. I got this book as a recommendation from my boss, and I must say, it was a good recommendation.There are 38 tactics, mixing how to do it and how to protect from it, to be used in an argumentation and that will certainly help to put you on the right spot to win over any discussion.Some philosophy knowledge is required, at least to understand the basic idea of dialectics and the difference between terms like subjective , relative , imperative , objective , etc This might seem straight forward I got this book as a recommendation from my boss, and I must say, it was a good recommendation.There are 38 tactics, mixing how to do it and how to protect from it, to be used in an argumentation and that will certainly help to put you on the right spot to win over any discussion.Some philosophy knowledge is required, at least to understand the basic idea of dialectics and the difference between terms like subjective , relative , imperative , objective , etc This might seem straight forward, but I had to do some research before really understanding the book.Also, make sure you got a paper and pencil next to you This is not simply reading, this book is for studying