A reculons, comme une écrevisse



Le 11 Septembre, La Guerre En Afghanistan Et En Irak, Le Populisme M Diatique Au Pouvoir Les Premi Res Ann Es Du Troisi Me Mill Naire Ne Pouvaient Pas Chapper L Analyse Ravageuse D Umberto Eco Il En Ressort Que Depuis Quelque Temps, Le Monde Marche Reculons, De Plus En Plus Vite, De Plus En Plus Dramatiquement Apr S La Chute Du Mur De Berlin, Il A Fallu Exhumer De Vieux Atlas Pour Retrouver Les Fronti Res Oubli Es Depuis La Guerre De 1914 De La Guerre Froide, On S Est Empress De Retourner Aux Guerres Les Plus Chaudes Nous Avons Ressuscit Le Vieux Combat Entre Islam Et Chr Tient , Et Le Cri Ancestral De Sauve Qui Peut, Voil Les Turcs Nous Ram Ne Au Temps Des Croisades Le Fant Me Du P Ril Jaune Resurgit, Comme L Anti Darwinisme, L Antis Mitisme, Voire Le Contentieux Que L On Croyait Pourtant Bien Enterr Entre L Eglise Et L Etat Il Semblerait Que L Histoire, Bout De Souffle Apr S Les Bonds Qu Elle A Effectu S Au Cours Des Deux Pr C Dents Mill Naires, Se Soit Affaiss E Sur Elle M Me Et Se Pr Cipite Reculons, Comme Une Crevisse.A reculons, comme une écrevisse

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  • Paperback
  • 421 pages
  • A reculons, comme une écrevisse
  • Umberto Eco
  • French
  • 05 May 2017
  • 2246714419

10 thoughts on “A reculons, comme une écrevisse

  1. says:

    Much of this collection is dominated by the September 11 attacks, the response to such by President Bush and Prime Minister Blair A nearly equal measure chronicles the political infamy enacted by Silvio Berlusconi It easy to extrapolate such on to our geo political present I wasn t in the mood for such.The final third of the essays werecompelling though lacking the force of Eco s Travels in Hyper Reality stretching across myriad subjects such as anti Semitism and the provenance of the Much of this collection is dominated by the September 11 attacks, the response to such by President Bush and Prime Minister Blair A nearly equal measure chronicles the political infamy enacted by Silvio Berlusconi It easy to extrapolate such on to our geo political present I wasn t in the mood for such.The final third of the essays werecompelling though lacki...

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    This book is better than others Here is an excerpt from the lighter side of Eco Recently a pensive disciple of mine a certain Criton asked me Master, how can we best approach death I replied that the only way to prepare for death is to convince yourself that everyone else is a complete idiot.Seeing Criton s amazement, I explained You see, I told him, how can you approach death, even if you are a believer, if you think that, as you lie dying, desirable young people of both sexes are da This book is better than others Here is an excerpt from the lighter side of Eco Recently a pensive disciple of mine a certain Criton asked me Master, how can we best approach death I replied that the only way to prepare for death is to convince yourself that everyone else is a complete idiot.Seeing Criton s amazement, I explained You see, I told him, how can you approach death, even if you are a believer, if you think that, as you lie dying, desirable young people of both sexes are dancing in discos and having the time of their lives, enlightened scientists are revealing the last secrets of the universe, incorruptible politicians are creating a better society, newspapers and tele...

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    For years, Umberto Eco has always shown up at the right time to signal a new era in my life The Name of the Rose propelled me from weaselly sci fi dork to aspiring culturatus How to Travel With a Salmon inducted me into the world of humor Travels in Hyperreality transformed my vision of truth and authenticity just as I entered my most happily skeptical period Foucault s Pendulum mirrored my actual social life in so many ways that the parallels were almost frightening especially For years, Umberto Eco has always shown up at the right time to signal a new era in my life The Name of the Rose propelled me from weaselly sci fi dork to aspiring culturatus How to Travel With a Salmon inducted me into the world of humor Travels in Hyperreality transformed my vision of truth and authenticity just as I entered my most happily skeptical period Foucault s Pendulum mirrored my actual social life in so many ways that the parallels were almost frighteni...

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    Umberto Eco likes to think of himself as disagreeable Being described as such, he says, fills me with pride and virtuous satisfaction To this end, he exhorts readers to, amongst other things, insult the dead, ritually sacrifice presidents, choose their own judge, and boycott products sold on state owned television channels None of which, it could possibly be argued, is entirely unreasonable or disagreeable.What is disagreeableirritating, really is Eco s tone Supercilious, pondero Umberto Eco likes to think of himself as disagreeable Being described as such, he says, fills me with pride and virtuous satisfaction To this end, he exhorts readers to, amongst other things, insult the dead, ritually sacrifice presidents, choose their own judge, and boycott products sold on state owned television channels None of wh...

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    It s a collection of essays from Eco, only part of which is about hot wars or media populism my bad definition the need of media companies to increase revenues, combined with the use of the media by political powers, leading to lowest common denominator media, which works against the very people they loudly claim to represent and serve A lot of reflection ...

  6. says:

    A way to understand billionaire populist leaders, how they subvert democracy, and why media has been so ineffectual in stopping them Eco is writing about Berlusconi, in Italy, in 2003 Highly relevant today.

  7. says:

    This is a collection of columns and a few speeches by a noted scholar and novelist of the medieval period As in all collections, some pieces are better than others, but in this volume, all are good.Of particular note is the opening piece with thoughts on paleo and neo wars These terms were new and provocative for me.Another highlight is the section on the media Italy s experience in media concentration, having a media entrepreneur to take the reins of government and conflate his interest with This is a collection of columns and a few speeches by a noted scholar and novelist of the medieval period As in all collections, some pieces are better than others, but in this volume, all are good.Of particular note is the opening piece with thoughts on paleo and neo wars These terms were new and provocative for me.Another highlight is the section on the media...

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    Highly thought provoking Insightful look at where we are through the lens of history.To legitimize Athenian hegemony over her Greek neighbors and over foreign peoples, Pericles portrays the Athenian way of life in charming colors in order to legitimize Athens right to impose its power And if our ancestors are worthy of praise, our fathers are evenso they spared no pains to add the empire that is now ours to the one that had been left to them, and that they bequeathed to us felix cul Highly thought provoking Insightful look at where we are through the lens of history.To legitimize Athenian hegemony over her Greek neighbors and over foreign peoples, Pericles portrays the Athenian way of life in charming colors in order to legitimize Athens right to impose its power And if our ancestors are worthy of praise, our fathers are evenso they spared no pains to add the empire that is now ours to the one that had been left to them, and that they bequeathed to us felix culpa or the Fortunate Fall had Adam not sinned, he wouldn t have had to earn his bread by the sweat of his brow lounging about in Eden all day long, he would have remained a playful idler Hence ...

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    All I had read of Eco before this essays were his novels, that even though they re really great, they don t really read easily His essays seem muchvital to me,true to narrative probably because so many of them are anecdotal all of them, perhaps If you understand his conclusions and predictions and vagaries as a result of his experience, which they are.His views on politics are terrifyingly close to home for me I had never thought my country would have so many points of symmetry w All I had read of Eco before this essays were his novels, that even though they re really great, they don t really read easily His essays seem muchvital to me,true to narrative probably because so many of them are anecdotal all of them, perhaps If you understand his conclusions and predictions and vagaries as a result of his experience, which they are.His views on politics are terrifyingly close to home for me I had never thought my country would have so many points of symmetry with Italy, while his view on International politics throws light on cultural differences and how we see and understand each other It show...

  10. says:

    Umberto Eco s new collection of essays, entitled Turning back the clock hot wars and media populism, is a mixed bag Some of the essays are so specific to particular moments in Italian politics that they are hard for Americans to understand Some are fun and amusing but aren t of much lasting interest Some, however, are masterpieces of the genre.One of the best essays is called The wolf and the lamb The rhetoric of oppression The centerpiece of the essay is the fable of the wolf and the Umberto Eco s new collection of essays, entitled Turning back the clock hot wars and media populism, is a mixed bag Some of the essays are so specific to particular moments in Italian politics that they are hard for Americans to understand Some are fun and amusing but aren t of much lasting interest Some, however, are masterpieces of the genre.One of the best essays is called The wolf and the lamb The rhetoric of oppression The centerpiece of the essay is the fable of the wolf and the lamb who happened to approach a river at the same time, looking for a drink The wolf accuses the lamb of various offences, including muddying the water of the stream, all of which the lamb rhetorically refutes the lamb is actually downstream of the wolf, for example Having lost the rhetorical battle, the wolf goes ahead and devours the lamb anyway Eco then goes on to discuss the various t...

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