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Imaginary Magnitude These Wickedly Authentic Introductions To Twenty First Century Books Preface Tomes On Teaching English To Bacteria, Using Animated X Rays To Create Pornograms, And Analyzing Computer Generated Literature Through The Science Of Bitistics Lem, A Science Fiction Bach, Plays In This Book A Googleplex Of Variations On His Basic Themes New York Times Book Review Translated By Marc E Heine A Helen And Kurt Wolff Book


10 thoughts on “Imaginary Magnitude

  1. says:

    Me flipa la idea de hacer un libro de pr logos de libros inventados con pr logo del autor y pr logo de otro autor Me ha encantado especialmente el pr logo resumen de un libro en el que un pavo relata m ltiples experimentos a trav s de los cual...


  2. says:

    Lo mejor de Borges con lo mejor de Lem.


  3. says:

    This was Stanislaw Lem s first collection of reviews of non existent books, also known as pseudepigraphy because every stylistic tic clearly deserves its own distinct Greco Latinate title As with most disciples of Borges this student doesn t trump the master, but this was flawed even compared to A Perfect Vacuum, which I highly enjoyed.The main problem was that though these pieces are funny , in that they are usually written to parody various styles of writing, they re not typically actually This was Stanislaw Lem s first collection of reviews of non existent books, also known as pseudepigraphy because every stylistic tic clearly deserves its own distinct Greco Latinate title As with most disciples of Borges this student doesn t trump the master, but this was flawed even compared to A Perfect Vacuum, which I highly enjoyed.The main problem was that though these pieces are funny , in that they are usually written to parody various styles of writing, they re not typical...


  4. says:

    Un trabajo correcto, poco com n y realizado por un gigante G nero Ensayo pero no del tipo habitual, queridos lectores, avisados quedan.Lo que nos cuenta Tambi n conocida como Magnitud imaginaria en otras ediciones, recopilaci n de supuestos pr logos a varias obras igualmente supuestas que tratan temas tan interesantes como la po...


  5. says:

    Presentar los pr logos sin el libro al que preceden podr a ser una antolog a curiosa sin embargo, estos ni siquiera necesitan acompa ar a un libro tienen entidad en s mismos No es una idea genial Ya el primer pr logo, el del liberador de pr logos, nos sit a en esa faceta del absurdo de Lem que tanto me gusta Llevar a lo m s literal una idea que no tiene ning n sentido pues qu es un pr logo, sino aquello que abre el libro y que puedes saltarte sin alterar en absoluto la historia qu se Presentar los pr logos sin el libro al que preceden podr a ser una antolog a curiosa sin embargo, estos ni siquiera necesitan acompa ar a un libro tienen entidad en s mismos No es una idea genial Ya el primer pr logo, el del liberador de pr logos, nos sit a en esa faceta del absurdo de Lem que tanto me gusta Llevar a lo m s literal una idea que no tiene ning n sentido pues qu es un pr logo, sino aquello que abre el libro y que puedes saltarte sin alterar en absoluto la historia qu sentido tiene el pr logo sin la obra a la que prologa Son tan in tiles como las cortezas del pan de molde.Me lo he pasado pipa leyendo esta sarta de absurdos que encierran cr ticas a la cultura el primer pr logo , el m todo cient fico 2 o la semi tica 3 , y a nuestra forma de comportarnos, de crear, de relacionarnos con el conocimiento y de valorarlo ...


  6. says:

    i would die for stanislaw


  7. says:

    The first half is stunningly funny but the second is a sober, academic lecture In the first half, wordplay and ideaplay abound and the form of the book a collection of introductions from books to be written in the future is followed strictly In the second half, he immediately abandons all of this I m happy to hear Lem describe how he thinks a different intelligence might relate to us since both Solaris and His Master s Voice end with that disappointingly unanswered question But in the seco The first half is stunningly funny but the second is a sober, academic lecture In the first half, wordplay and ideaplay abound and the form of the book a collection of introductions from books to be written in the future is followed strictly In the second half, he immediately a...


  8. says:

    De entrada, Stanis aw Lem muestra el hilo que guiar al lector a trav s de su extra simo libro Magnitud imaginaria Wielko urojona, 1973 hace un pr logo que habla del arte de hacer pr logos ver rese a completa


  9. says:

    Interesante, pero imposible de leer, de all el abandono Entiendo el recurso de la literatura ficticia, pero simplemente no funciona en el caso de este libro de pr logos, que a mi juicio se queda en el virtuosismo t cnico pero no emociona ni entretiene Una pena.


  10. says:

    PROGNOLINGUISTICS, a discipline dealing with the prognostic construction of languages of the future Future languages may be constructed on the basis of the in fosemic gradients revealed in them, and also thanks to the generative grammars and word makers of the Zwiebulin Tschossnietz school v GENAGRAMMAR and WORD MAKERS Humans are incapable of predicting languages of the future independently this is undertaken within the framework of the PROLINGEV prognostication of linguistic evolution p PROGNOLINGUISTICS, a discipline dealing with the prognostic construction of languages of the future Future languages may be constructed on the basis of the in fosemic gradients revealed in them, and also thanks to the generative grammars and word makers of the Zwiebulin Tschossnietz school v GENAGRAMMAR and WORD MAKERS Humans are incapab...