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|Title:||Čekajući Godota čitanja||Other Titles:||Waiting for the Godot of reading||Authors:||Donev, Dejan
|Keywords:||structure, form, referentiality, appraisal, text, interpretation, crisis of reading, philosophy||Issue Date:||2008||Publisher:||Hrvatsko filozofsko društvo, Zagreb||Source:||Donev D. & Dimitriev A. Čekajući Godota čitanja. Metodički ogledi. Zagreb, 2008; Vol. 15 No. 1: 31-45||Journal:||Metodički ogledi, Časopis za filozofiju odgoja Hrvatskog filozofskog društva||Abstract:||The expression ‘a crisis of reading philosophy’ is most certainly an expression of the state of consciousness of an in philosophy. Moreover, it is a way of reading it by the criticism of interpretation and appraisal on offer. Philosophy is held to be writing ways of reading the world, from which its readers would arrive not only at themselves, but also at that which they need as a response to the realisation of themselves in the world. One of the problems concerning the crisis of reading has been identified in the acclamatory acceptance or rejection of the written and published, depending on the readers’ sensibilities in relation to the predominant ideology. This paper also deals with the responsibility of critics of philosophical texts to readers, who also suffer from a deficiency in “reading literacy”. The authors tackle this crisis of reading (mostly philosophy) as a layered phenomenon, whose elements have only been pointed at and represent a basis for further reflection.||URI:||https://hrcak.srce.hr/27852
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Philosophy, Collection 04: Journal Articles / Статии во научни списанија|
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