Modernidad líquida has ratings and reviews. Matthias said: I don’t get why Bauman is considered such a brilliant intellectual, when his most fa. Wiki for Collaborative Studies of Arts, Media and Humanities. De origen polaco judío, Bauman ha sido profesor en la Universidad de Leeds en Gran Bretaña. En su libro la Modernidad Líquida nos expone.
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Modernidad Liquida : Professor Zygmunt Bauman :
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I don’t get why Bauman is considered such a liquidw intellectual, when his most famous book lacks both substance and rigorous research work.
You can find tons of books or academic articles published in the social sciences that make him look like an amateur. Both the content and the arguments in “Liquid Modernity” are flimsy and vague, when not just banal. It seems like Bauman just invented a cool sounding, marketable concept, and then had to fill pages and pages to justify its existence.
My sens I don’t modernidxd why Bauman is considered such a brilliant intellectual, when his most famous book lacks both substance and rigorous research work. My sensation is supported not only by the actual content, but also by the writing style, which is confused and confusing, carrying forward a long post-hegelian tradition of messy, pseudo-oracular prose. I had heard a lot of positive opinions about Bauman’s scholarship, and I’m bitterly dissapointed.
First of all, this is no scholarship at all. Secondly, it’s not proper sociology, as the opinions I cannot call them scholarly conclusions are not based on research. I am not sure now if Bauman did any scientific research at all. Thi I had heard a lot of positive opinions about Bauman’s scholarship, and I’m bitterly dissapointed. Thirdly, it’s not philosophizing, as philosophers follow strict rules and are very precise.
I cannot call the book anything else than a superficial subjective analysis of selected reading, presented in a perfunctory manner and supplemented by Bauman’s interpretations of certain observable phenomena a. Many of his views and opinions are easily challengable, but sadly never does he undertake the task to question or challenge himself.
In the book he is just probing around in moderniadd directions, hoping to score another hit. The style is – I’ll be generous – essayistic, and such is the value of the book as a whole.
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But there are many, many more gifted essayists in this world, and I don’t think I’ll give Bauman another go. What you learn from the book is that Bauman’s favourite verb is ‘augur’. If you’ve ever wondered how to use it correctly, you’ll find a variety of examples on nearly every page.
The points Bauman makes in this text are largely very basic and have been explored greatly by many modernidac theorists previously. He consistently uses terms without defining them, and unnecessarily elongates simple points. The entire book revolves around one very simple concept which only really needs ten pages explanation, but instead gets devoted pages.
While some points are relevant, many actually make little to no sense, or he goes off on such a tangent that he never comes back modernidd explain hi The points Bauman makes in this text are largely very basic and have been explored greatly by many other theorists previously. While some points are relevant, many actually make little to no sense, or he goes off on such a tangent that he never comes back to explain his point.
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