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  1. says:

    This is a must read.It has tips and tricks for writing It is about how people learn and teach.

  2. says:

    Another essential read for every freshman student in any field Taking a pragmatic approach than Guitton s predecessors, he starts writing the book focused on young students, being a very critical pedagogue of the french educational system It s from this inexperience about the manner of doing it that results, in most part, in the discouragement that many people take from their studies This book began with the feeling of fondness for young students, above everything by those who suffer from the evils caused by disorganization and loneliness He begins the book talking about what he took as lessons for the intellectual work from his time as a prisioner in Elsterhorst and from overall experience by observing how other people work Then he goes on basic stuff preparations, effort for the work, notes, rest, style of writing, etc., and ends up with a very unique and necessary observation about working while frail, sick or with pain, and a very important ending note for the younger people.What really stands out from this work is Guitton s examples or other authors citations that makes the reader have the same insight that he have, like his commentaries on the paragraph theory of one of his masters on the matter, Julien Bezard, remarks on Stendhal s method of writing while somewhat improvising, the synoptical board, the effort of being effortless, etc As he quotes Simone Weil, on giving the details of the work an autosufficient value and being it s own reward If there is the true desire, and if the object of the desire is truly the light, the desire of light will produce light.

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    O livro em si fant stico, seguindo a tradi o de obras como A Vida Intelectual, de Sertillanges livro citado pelo autor como um daqueles que inspiraram a escrever o dele como complemento Este pequeno livro de conselhos completa um outro, A Nova Arte de Pensar O seu prop sito semelhante nasceu de um mesmo sentimento de profunda amizade pelos estudantes, sobretudo por aqueles que sofrem dos males causados pela desorganiza o e pela solid o.Acredito que Guitton alcan ou esse objetivo de fazer de seu livro um suporte para os que sofrem dos males descritos um livro eminentemente pr tico.Se n o atribuo cinco estrelas, sen o quatro, a esta obra porque a tradu o portuguesa deixa a desejar Em v rios trechos os equ vocos dos tradutores chegam a inverter o sentido do texto por exemplo, nas inst ncias em que traduziram pourtant , que em franc s significa no entanto , todavia etc., por portanto.N o obstante, um excelente livro, e ser um afortunado aquele que se deparar com um volume dessa edi o lusitana, hoje t o rara.

  4. says:

    Se se pode dizer que A Vida Intelectual, de Sertillanges, foca mais no aspecto filos fico da vida da mente, O Trabalho Intelectual, escrito por Jean Guitton, parte das bases estabelecidas naquela obra da qual a sua complemento para estabelecer se no plano concreto, oferecendo conselhos que v o desde a forma correta de tomar notas ao trabalho em estados de fadiga e de doen a , de fato, um livrinho muito til e maravilhoso sobre a arte de estudar e de aprender.

  5. says:

    This book is a great complement to Sertillanges The Intellectual Life Although it lacks the philosophical and almost poetic style of Sertillanges, A Student s Guide to Intellectual Work has the virtue of giving practical and straightforward tips and methods, especially in chapters five to eight, for students who suffer with isolation and disorganization His words in writing and remembering the ideas of a text efficiently may be, for some students, priceless I also really like the last chapter, Fragments of a letter to a young of our time , because he shows that he knows the struggles of students perfectly I don t think it s a must read like The Intellectual Life , but it s definitely a special addition to anyone interested in the intellectual work.

  6. says:

    Recommended by James Schall in Another Sort of Learning, Chapter 3, as one of six books on learning and teaching.

  7. says:

    Buenos consejos, antiguos algunos, pero van a la esencia Si est s acostumbrado a la lectura pragm tica y veloz, te vas a aburrir un poco.

  8. says:

    I read it while writing my masteral thesis on development education I think I wouldn t have survived without it since it provided a structure to work.