Gelecekbilim Kongresi

Gelecekbilim Kongresi Hocas n k ramay p Kosta Rika daki Gelecekbilim Kongresine kat lan talihsiz astronot Ijon Tichy hi beklemedi i olaylar n ortas nda kalacak ve kendini y l nda bulacakt r Herkesin l ks i inde son

  • Title: Gelecekbilim Kongresi
  • Author: Stanisław Lem Fatma Taşkent
  • ISBN: 9789754706277
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hocas n k ramay p Kosta Rika daki Gelecekbilim Kongresine kat lan talihsiz astronot Ijon Tichy, hi beklemedi i olaylar n ortas nda kalacak ve kendini 2039 y l nda bulacakt r Herkesin l ks i inde, son derece mutlu ya ad bu gelecekte ters giden bir eyler oldu unu kahraman m z ok ge meden fark edecektir Bilim kurgunun usta kalemi Stanislaw Lem zg n ve mizahi bir dilHocas n k ramay p Kosta Rika daki Gelecekbilim Kongresine kat lan talihsiz astronot Ijon Tichy, hi beklemedi i olaylar n ortas nda kalacak ve kendini 2039 y l nda bulacakt r Herkesin l ks i inde, son derece mutlu ya ad bu gelecekte ters giden bir eyler oldu unu kahraman m z ok ge meden fark edecektir Bilim kurgunun usta kalemi Stanislaw Lem zg n ve mizahi bir dille, n fus art ndan kimyasal silahlara, bast r lm duygulardan ka sendromuna de in pek ok konuyu irdeliyor ve kar m za felsefeyle mizah n, bilim kurguyla psikolojinin kol kola gezdi i bir ba yap t k yor.

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    1. Stanisław Lem Fatma Taşkent

      Stanis aw Lem sta iswaf l m was a Polish science fiction, philosophical and satirical writer of Jewish descent His books have been translated into 41 languages and have sold over 27 million copies He is perhaps best known as the author of Solaris, which has twice been made into a feature film In 1976, Theodore Sturgeon claimed that Lem was the most widely read science fiction writer in the world.His works explore philosophical themes speculation on technology, the nature of intelligence, the impossibility of mutual communication and understanding, despair about human limitations and humankind s place in the universe They are sometimes presented as fiction, but others are in the form of essays or philosophical books Translations of his works are difficult and multiple translated versions of his works exist.Lem became truly productive after 1956, when the de Stalinization period led to the Polish October , when Poland experienced an increase in freedom of speech Between 1956 and 1968, Lem authored 17 books His works were widely translated abroad although mostly in the Eastern Bloc countries In 1957 he published his first non fiction, philosophical book, Dialogi Dialogues , one of his two most famous philosophical texts along with Summa Technologiae 1964 The Summa is notable for being a unique analysis of prospective social, cybernetic, and biological advances In this work, Lem discusses philosophical implications of technologies that were completely in the realm of science fiction then, but are gaining importance today like, for instance, virtual reality and nanotechnology Over the next few decades, he published many books, both science fiction and philosophical futurological, although from the 1980s onwards he tended to concentrate on philosophical texts and essays.He gained international fame for The Cyberiad, a series of humorous short stories from a mechanical universe ruled by robots, first published in English in 1974 His best known novels include Solaris 1961 , His Master s Voice G os pana, 1968 , and the late Fiasco Fiasko, 1987 , expressing most strongly his major theme of the futility of mankind s attempts to comprehend the truly alien Solaris was made into a film in 1972 by Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky and won a Special Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 1972 in 2002, Steven Soderbergh directed a Hollywood remake starring George Clooney.He was the cousin of poet Marian Hemar.

    110 thoughts on “Gelecekbilim Kongresi”

    1. "Books are no longer read but eaten, not made of paper but of some informational substance, fully digestible, sugar-coated. A few grams of dantine, for instance, and a man goes around with the deep conviction that he has written The Divine Comedy. -Stanislaw Lem, The Futurological CongressA short novel narrated by cosmonaut Ijon Tichy, a kind of futuristic Alexis de Tocqueville who shares his travel report and diary beginning at a convention of world futurologists held at a space age hotel in Co [...]

    2. Stanislaw Lem outdoes Philip K. Dick on the latter's home territory. If reading this doesn't make you doubt the solidity of the world for at least a moment or two, you are an enviably secure person. I'm afraid I still feel apprehensive any time I notice I'm inexplicably out of breath after taking an elevator. Luckily that doesn't happen very often.

    3. Ok, so I don't want to give too much away here. This short book, almost a novella really, takes you on quite a ride, and I really enjoyed not knowing where it was going, so I'm not going to say too much about the plot. But basically it starts in one dystopian future, where the main character is at a convention about solving the world's many serious problems, and then it takes you to another, where all of those problems have been solved by technology - and pharmacology in particular. This is refe [...]

    4. "Now to make it in the arts, publicize your private parts! Critics say you can't offend 'emwith your phallus or pudendum!"That's the translation, the original version:„Tylko głupiec i kanalialekceważy genitalia, bo najbardziej jest dziś modnereklamować części rodne!”Do you like it? I find it hilarious, in both languages, and it's roughly the same. WTF? You ask. Well, it's a slogan Lem made up for the use of this book, and I think it shows a little something about this guy. But don't be [...]

    5. Brilliant! Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! Written in 1975, in Polish, The Futurological Congress is easily as relevant today as then. The story consists of two parts. One set in a near future and then one in a more distant future, hypothetically 2039.Part one is the most absurd satire of academia, U.S. - third world relations, and those "trend predictors" of the future. Part two imagines a future that is the xtreme-sports version of "Brave New World." And told with the most experimental lingui [...]

    6. Maybe the most mind bending, and pain inducing books I've ever read. Also the most eye openning and refreshing. The book that both made me want to die and gave me reason to live.

    7. Stanislaw Lem’den mizah dozu yüksek bir roman Özgün bir dille kaleme alınan bu yapıt felsefe ve psikolojiyi merkezine oturtuyor ve değişen dünya düzenini irdeleyerek nüfus artışının doğurduğu sonuçları kimyasal “araç”larla sorguluyor.Kitabın adından da anlaşılacağı üzere, geleceği tahmin etme üzerine kurulu bir roman bu. Kısa ama dopdolu. Karakteri Ijon Tichy’i geleceğe gönderen Stanislaw Lem, dehasını konuşturuyor ve bizlere distopik bir gelecek portres [...]

    8. A work of unique genius. The Futurological Congress is a brilliant combination of sci fi, philosophy, and comedy. The word-play is amazing. Lem writes like a dark Lewis Carroll.

    9. I can't remember which science fiction author made a statement that suggested that, while "outer" space offers a great deal of potential subject matter, it does not come close to the realm of "inner" space in terms of room for exploration. Lem has certainly taken that idea to heart with this short but powerful book.The Futurological Congress is a first person account through the eyes of a recurring Lem character by the name of Ijon Tichy. The story begins in Costa Rica where a group of academics [...]

    10. Absurdist satire of humanity lurching toward pharmacological solutions toward the world's problems. Laugh out loud funny, with compressed touches of genius enough to supply a foundation of a slew of ordinary sci-fi dystopian novels. The play on words on every page somehow works great even in translation. Lem's astronaut Tichy attends the conference in Costa Rico, which is supposed to address on the first day the population crisis, global pollution, the food crisis, the energy crisis, etc, before [...]

    11. This novel by Lem is a chapter of the astronaut IJon Tich memoirs series,it is with Ubik by Dick yet surpassing Dick(i dont know if there was some crossed influences between them) the most bizarre i have read,it is a hilarious,delirious,mind-blowing and outlandish nightmare.Writen in 1970 in the LSD era,it has the bigger number of nested realities ever described.After a satyrical and killing oneself laughing begining of a congress in order to foresse the future wold(with some ambiental concerns) [...]

    12. This one didn't excite me at all. The first part of the book is so muddled, it's hard to make heads or tails of. While I acknowledge this attempt to put in the reader in the shoes of the protagonist, I'm sure we would have got the message loud and clear without the 50ish pages of is-it-real-or-isn't-it "hallucinations". Yes, we get it, drug commentary, psychopharmacology, etc, etc. Move along. Lem's attempt to establish a dystopia struck me as one-dimensional and boring, focusing almost exclusiv [...]

    13. Over-the-top satirical. The Matrix meets Brave New World. Lotsa inventiveness and humor. Part of a subgenre that includes Stand on Zanzibar, R. Scott, Bakker, and others, a fantasy of demographics, say.The future imaginary of the setting’s updated Rip van Winkle dystopia offends narrator’s “esthetic sense as well as my attachment to the irretrievable past” (84). Very much a matter of solids melting into air, &c laborers fuck things up, but it is “no question of malice or premeditat [...]

    14. From the author of the brilliant and disturbing Solaris, this absurdist dystopian work is rife with black humor and wordplay. Although the trope on which the novel turns is the pharmacological management of a dismal future, one can easily see the novel as an ironic comment on current psychological and sociological uses of marketing "spin" to turn vast segments of the world's population into the mindless puppets who have given lemmings a bad name. Let me be clear that I am not just talking about [...]

    15. Kitabı puanlarken 5. yıldıza birkaç kez basıp o alanı genişletmeye çalışmış olabilirim ehue. Senelerdir sahaf sahaf aradığım bir kitaptı. Sonunda Cem Yayınevi bir baskı yapmış, hemen edindim. Kitap bol yazım hatası içeriyor. Kapaktaki fikir de çok güzel ama o çizim gözlerimin kanamasına sebep oldu malesef. Olumsuz yorumlarım sadece kitabın fiziksel haliyle alaklı yani. Kitap hakkında geri kalan her şey mükemmel.Kitap, ütopya görünümlü distopya konusuna el a [...]

    16. As the first day of the Eighth Futurological Congress draws to a close, the one-hundred-story-plus Hilton Hotel in Costa Rica that hosts it has been reduced to rubble by the protesters, insurgents, and armed forces fighting outside. Ijon Tichy, whose space travels Stanislaw Lem chronicled over many years, has retreated along with a handful of other delegates to the labyrinthine tunnels beneath the destroyed structure. They wear oxygen masks to combat the chemical weapons deployed to calm the rio [...]

    17. Stanislaw Lem and Philip k Dick share a feature which I would call 'reality mongering', an obsession with the reality of reality. I will explain it with a horribly sweet example. One day, I started noticing some paranormal activities going around me. First at a minimal level, then it heightened to a grotesque level: like people having three heads on their shoulder, and eating other people's flesh for dinner. I don't remember the details, but everything possibly weird was going on. As I'm a fairl [...]

    18. Zazwyczaj po przeczytaniu danej książki nie brakuje mi słów w kwestii krótkiej recenzji czy po prostu wypowiedzenia swojego zdania na jej temat; przeczytałam "Nagi Lunch" i inne Burroughsa, przebrnęłam przez Dukaja i z czasem zaczęłam mieć z tego nieziemską frajdę, uwielbiam ambitne pozycje z "Uczty Wyobraźni" Ale tego, co zaserwował mi Lem w "Kongresie futurologicznym", to się nie spodziewałam. Jedno wielkie WTF. A spodziewałam się jakiejś futurystycznej opowiastki o zebrani [...]

    19. This 1971 offering from Polish author Stanislaw Lem mixes black humour, absurdism, and social satire brilliantly in a short novel that will make you laugh at times, and make you think always. The Futurological Congress follows one of the adventures of character Ijon Tichy as he is caught up in a chemical attack. The book provides satire on both the social move towards a "chemically corrected society" where we use different drugs to fix any kind of problem we encounter, and a more subtle commenta [...]

    20. "The Futurological Congressthere are full of experimental thoughts and Hallucination in the world in it.I enjoy to read it and thank you for introducing me it.When I read it, there are full of science fiction's thoughts, topics, thought experiment in the book's sentences imagination activates many times

    21. Alla fine del XX secolo, il noto esploratore spaziale Ijon Tichy viene invitato all’Ottavo Congresso di Futurologia, in programma nel gigantesco Hilton Hotel di Nounas, capitale della Costaricana, immaginario staterello ispano-americano governato manu militari dal generale Apollon Diaz. L’intero pianeta è sull’orlo del collasso e gli scienziati devono al più presto trovare soluzione alle otto potenziali catastrofi destinate a realizzarsi nel breve periodo: urbanistica, ecologica, atmosfe [...]

    22. A very wild read. Multiple dystopian visions couched in nested hallucinations instigated by chemical warfare within another dystopia. The plot is fairly unsubstantial, but the book is short, so that's not really a problem. The story is really just Lem running wild with a thought experiment. I found it particularly fascinating to read having just finished Daniel Dennett's Consciousness Explained.What is possibly most impressive is the translation. This book has a running theme about technical neo [...]

    23. I rate Stanislaw Lem as I rate Philip K. Dick, which is to say, very highly indeed. I recently read that his work is being newly translated, these editions being far superior to the ones I owned in my youth. However, I’m on a mission to rebuild the collection I had back then, so restricted myself to this 1974 copy, which adorned my shelves too many decades ago. In THE FUTUROLOGICAL CONGRESS, Lem immediately plunges the reader into a world of overcrowding, sexual excess, and terrorism, where a [...]

    24. This book is often compared to the work of Philip K Dick, ostensibly because of its theme of drug-induced hallucinations, but I suspect it’s more so because of Lem’s admiration for PKD as “the only worthwhile American science-fiction writer.”For me, I’m much more reminded of Brave New World by Alduous Huxley. The same, basic concept is behind the story, even though Huxley’s work is a “serious novel” and this one is anything but. While The Futurological Congress has many deep idea [...]

    25. Świetna powieść, rewelacyjny humor i zabawa słowem Stanisława Lema tutaj osiągnęły mistrzowski stopień. Wyobraźnia pisarza stworzyła przyszłość, w której istnieją związki chemiczne sterujące mózgiem człowieka na wielu poziomach. Niesamowite perypetie futurologa dla każdego!

    26. Seem to have forgotten I never actually wrote down what I thought I had, which fits the book in a way. It starts out funny and fastpaced and only stopped be - early on and abruptly - when it became clear that even in this novel written in the 70s and a communist climate, there are NO female professors. All professors are male, all secretaries are female, so I guess all rape also only went one way. I made the mistake of trying to get the simple fact that even post Dick Dick and Asimov, in an age [...]

    27. Мне положительно везет на книги, либо заставляющие мои рецепторы плакать навзрыд от мощных идей, способных растормошить мой впавший в безмятежную спячку мозг, либо готовые показать мне трип такой кристальной чистоты, что оставшиеся крохи разума стремительно угасают под [...]

    28. "Congreso de Futurología" vendría a dar la razón a esos puristas que antes despreciaban la ciencia ficción y la tachaban de literatura menor. El motivo principal es que la caracterización de los personajes es irrisiblemente plana, sin relieve ni aristas que los hagan interesantes. Se tratan de unos compañeros de viaje insípidos que difícilmente darán lugar a grandes acontecimientos. La escritura de Lem es la típicamente cinematográfica y resulta monótona como si un pianista se empeñ [...]

    29. This book killed me: made me laugh much of the way through, and then smacked me in the face with its utterly bleak conclusion. I could compare it to a certain movie, but to do so would give it away.It's better to compare it to Douglas Adams. "Congress" contains a sermon on the napkin, brought on by a drug that makes you "worship whatever happens to be at hand," products for sale that are allowed to shout, but prohibited from actually reaching out and grabbing you, and "macrotrashm" a new cosmogo [...]

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