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Philosophy: The Well-Orientator of Thought

Nazif Saraci

In this searching, complex study, the Albanian philosopher, Nazif Saraçi asks what role philosophy might play in the life of the world today.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-293-7
Published : 29/11/2018
Pages : 279
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Nazif Saraci

Mr. Nazif Saraçi was born in Tirana, Albania, in 1942. He graduated in electrical engineering, mathematics and physics in 1966. 
In 1997, he began writing books of a philosophical nature, in the form of aphorisms. He published his first book, Resoundings, in 1997 and the second book, Behold, in 1998. In 2001, he published the book The Convicted Purpose, a philosophical treatise built in the style of mathematical theorems. In 2005, Saraçi signed his book Colossuses with the phrase: "I will die trying to help you with the force of your denial!" 
His books, The Convicted Purpose and Colossuses, have been translated into English and published in the UK (Olympia Publishers, London). The publishers' appraisals are impressive.

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In this searching, complex study, the Albanian philosopher, Nazif Saraçi asks what role philosophy might play in the life of the world today. Drawing for inspiration on the heritage of the classical philosophical tradition, and especially on the work of Plato, Saraçi argues that a living relationship between philosophy and the sciences is essential to the proper flourishing of both. Divorced from the sciences, philosophy becomes excessively detached and academic, unable to make a practical contribution to human flourishing; divorced from philosophy, the sciences are too readily put at the service of the priorities of political and institutional leaders. Only if philosophy can recover its role as what provides the correct "orientation" to thinking, will it once again be able fully to play its necessary role in the elaboration and defence of a true humanism, in the service of universal growth and well-being.

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