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《哲学:快乐的指南》(Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness)6集全[DVDRip]

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    发行时间2000年
    地区英国
    语言英语
  • 时间: 2010/12/11 19:17:17 发布 | 2010/12/12 20:10:28 更新
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中文名哲学:快乐的指南
英文名Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness
别名阿兰·德波顿,Alain de Botton
资源格式DVDRip
版本6集全
发行时间2000年
制作发行Channel 4
地区英国
语言英语
简介

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作家阿兰·德波顿主持的一个电视纪录片。由6个24分钟的短片组成,2000年在英国CHANEL 4电视台播出。

困扰过先哲们的人生难题依然困扰着当今的大众。针对6个对幸福至关重要的主题:自信、自尊、快乐、愤怒、困难、爱情,6位哲学家提出了自己的见解,他们是:苏格拉底、塞内加、伊壁鸠鲁、蒙田、叔本华、尼采。带着哲人们的妙谛,阿兰·德波顿踏上旅途,希望弄清人们快乐的源泉与悲伤的缘由。他走进被赋予固定意义的场所,酒吧、街头、大学校园、商场,思索其对幸福的承诺究竟是真是幻、一些广受推销的惯常观念究竟有几分合理。德波顿富有灵感、旁征博引的哲学思辨,让人对这些普通生活情景中所包含的意义另眼相看,甚至大为感叹。有时,这位作家的执着则令人忍俊不禁,如他笑脸盈盈的旁观剑桥学生参加毕业典礼,却转而对教授提出以下问题:“您是否认为他们所学的是能使自己比他人更幸福的知识?”。站在月色朦胧男女如织的酒吧前,却大谈“不知他们是否清楚自己的行为暗中受到一种生物繁衍后代本能的驱使。”德波顿带观众周游先哲们的故乡,温习他们为世人开出的药方。

全6集更新完毕。本片的内容与《哲学的慰藉》相仿,可以看作是该书的视觉呈现。




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主持人介绍:

阿兰·德波顿(Alain de Botton)

作家,1969年生于瑞士苏黎世,毕业于剑桥大学,现居伦敦。其著作关注现代生活各种主题,擅长以富有灵感的、哲学的思辨予以探讨。

著有小说《爱情笔记》(1993)、《爱上浪漫》(1994)、《亲吻与诉说》(1995)及随笔作品《拥抱逝水年华》(1997)、《哲学的慰藉》(2000)、《旅行的艺术》(2002)、《身份的焦虑》(2004)、《幸福的建筑》(2006)、《工作颂歌》(2009)和《机场里的小旅行》(2009)等。

作品已被译成二十几种文字。曾于2004年访问中国。

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分集简介:

Socrates on Self-Confidence (Part 1)

Why do so many people go along with the crowd and fail to stand up for what they truly believe? Partly because they are too easily swayed by other people’s opinions and partly because they don’t know when to have confidence in their own.

Epicurus on Happiness (Part 2)

British philosopher Alain De Botton discusses the personal implications of the ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus (341-270BCE) who was no epicurean glutton or wanton consumerist, but an advocate of “friends, freedom and thought” as the path to happiness.

Seneca on Anger (Part 3)

Roman philosopher Lucious Annaeus Seneca (4BCE-65CE), the most famous and popular philosopher of his day, took the subject of anger seriously enough to dedicate a whole book to the subject. Seneca refused to see anger as an irrational outburst over which we have no control. Instead he saw it as a philosophical problem and amenable to treatment by philosophical argument. He thought anger arose from certain rationally held ideas about the world, and the problem with these ideas is that they are far too optimistic. Certain things are a predictable feature of life, and to get angry about them is to have unrealistic expectations.

Montaigne on Self-Esteem (Part 4)

Looks at the problem of self-esteem from the perspective of Michel de Montaigne (16th Century), the French philosopher who singled out three main reasons for feeling bad about oneself – sexual inadequecy, failure to live up to social norms, and intellectual inferiority – and then offered practical solutions for overcoming them.

Schopenhauer on Love (Part 5)

Alain De Botton surveys the 19th Century German thinker Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) who believed that love was the most important thing in life because of its powerful impulse towards ‘the will-to-life’.

Nietzsche on Hardship (Part 6)

British philosopher Alain De Botton explores Friedrich Nietzsche’s (1844-1900) dictum that any worthwhile achievements in life come from the experience of overcoming hardship. For him, any existence that is too comfortable is worthless, as are the twin refugees of drink or religion.

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