A Reading of Sandu Frunză's Readings: Filosofie și comunicare cotidiană. Cărțile ar putea să-ți schimbe viața [Philosophy and Daily Communication. Books Could Change Your Life], Lumen Publishing House, 2020
Keywords:Philosophy, communication, reading, Sandu Frunză
Is it still necessary to read books? Why should we, if we generally should, read more books? Why should we tire ourselves by doing this activity, when technology gives us so many other ways to consume the information we need or don't need? Why get bored with long, still texts, without images, trying to penetrate the meaning of their words, often distributed among the beautiful but difficult to probe formulations, when we have the alternative of receiving information through other sources, much more user-friendly? This paper is a review of the volume ”Filosofie și comunicare cotidiană. Cărțile ar putea să-ți schimbe viața” [Philosophy and everyday communication. Books could change your life], written by Sandu Frunză and published at Lumen Publishing House from Iași in 2020.
Frunză, S. (2020). Filosofie și comunicare cotidiană: cărțile ar putea să-ți schimbe viața [Philosophy and everyday communication. Books could change your life]. Lumen.
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