Sfarsitul eternitatii

Sfarsitul eternitatii

Isaac Asimov / Oct 19, 2019

Sfarsitul eternitatii Sf r itul eternit ii englez The End of Eternity este un roman tiin ifico fantastic scris de Isaac Asimov Temele abordate n acest roman sunt foarte diferite de cele din scrierile despre robo i sau

  • Title: Sfarsitul eternitatii
  • Author: Isaac Asimov
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  • Sf r itul eternit ii 1955 englez The End of Eternity este un roman tiin ifico fantastic scris de Isaac Asimov Temele abordate n acest roman sunt foarte diferite de cele din scrierile despre robo i sau fa de cele din epopeea sa spa ial Sf r itul eternit ii face o analiz inteligent a paradoxurilor timpului Unii consider c este cea mai bun opera a lui sauSf r itul eternit ii 1955 englez The End of Eternity este un roman tiin ifico fantastic scris de Isaac Asimov Temele abordate n acest roman sunt foarte diferite de cele din scrierile despre robo i sau fa de cele din epopeea sa spa ial Sf r itul eternit ii face o analiz inteligent a paradoxurilor timpului Unii consider c este cea mai bun opera a lui sau cel pu in una dintre cele mai bune scrise de Asimov 1.

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      • Isaac Asimov

        Isaac Asimov was a Russian born, American author, a professor of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.Professor Asimov is generally considered one of the most prolific writers of all time, having written or edited than 500 books and an estimated 90,000 letters and postcards He has works published in nine of the ten major categories of the Dewey Decimal System lacking only an entry in the 100s category of Philosophy.Asimov is widely considered a master of the science fiction genre and, along with Robert A Heinlein and Arthur C Clarke, was considered one of the Big Three science fiction writers during his lifetime Asimov s most famous work is the Foundation Series his other major series are the Galactic Empire series and the Robot series, both of which he later tied into the same fictional universe as the Foundation Series to create a unified future history for his stories much like those pioneered by Robert A Heinlein and previously produced by Cordwainer Smith and Poul Anderson He penned numerous short stories, among them Nightfall , which in 1964 was voted by the Science Fiction Writers of America the best short science fiction story of all time, a title many still honor He also wrote mysteries and fantasy, as well as a great amount of nonfiction Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science fiction novels using the pen name Paul French.Most of Asimov s popularized science books explain scientific concepts in a historical way, going as far back as possible to a time when the science in question was at its simplest stage He often provides nationalities, birth dates, and death dates for the scientists he mentions, as well as etymologies and pronunciation guides for technical terms Examples include his Guide to Science, the three volume set Understanding Physics, and Asimov s Chronology of Science and Discovery.Asimov was a long time member and Vice President of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly he described some members of that organization as brain proud and aggressive about their IQs He took joy in being president of the American Humanist Association The asteroid 5020 Asimov, the magazine Asimov s Science Fiction, a Brooklyn, NY elementary school, and two different Isaac Asimov Awards are named in his honor Isaac Asimov 2007, November 29 In , The Free Encyclopedia Retrieved 21 50, November 29, 2007, from enpedia wiki Isaac_As


    1. I've always felt that Isaac Asimov writes brilliant science fiction with boring characters. I love a good time travel story, mostly to see what this author's take on the usual time travel paradoxes will be. Anyone who writes about agents changing history has to explain how they deal with things like the Grandfather Paradox, meeting earlier or later versions of yourself, and so on. There are a handful of well-known ways to deal with these issues (alternate timelines, a deterministic universe, spe [...]

    2. ΤΕΛΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΑΙΩΝΙΟΤΗΤΑΣ ΑΡΧΗ ΤΟΥ ΑΠΕΙΡΟΥ. Μυθιστορηματική γαλαξιακή παραδοξολογία του "χρόνου" που σε συγκλονίζει. Η επιτομή της επιστημονικής εξωφρενικής έμπνευσης,η αιωνιότητα με τις απαραίτητες αλλαγές πραγματικότητας,οι "Αιώνιοι",που πράττουν με εγωιστική τεχνητή νοημ [...]

    3. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:Re-reading a favorite book from your teenage years is always a risky endeavor. I’ve been dismayed by how often my youthful memories are tarnished by a re-read, and I end up wondering if my taste as a young adult was all in my mouth.But I couldn’t resist trying The End of Eternity (1955) by Isaac Asimov again, partly because I remembered liking it so well as a teenager, but my memories of it were so extremely hazy (for the longest time, until a [...]

    4. If you haven't read Asimov's SF classic, it's one of those time-travel stories where you can change the past. The people with the time machines are a shadowy, infinitely powerful organisation called the Eternals. They flit around in time, changing things "for the good of humanity". Except that, as I'm sure you already guessed, it isn't quite clear after a while that humanity is benefiting from all this attention. The agents who are responsible for making the changes are called Technicians, and t [...]

    5. Me he propuesto este año empezar, timidamente, con lecturas de ciencia ficción y pensé ¿por qué no empezar con uno de los grandes? Así que elegí a Asimov y su fin de la eternidadAl principio pensaba que me iba a perder entre tanta explicación y palabra técnica pero enseguida me enganchó la historia, y como siempre me pasa con novelas cuya temática tiene que ver con los viajes en el tiempo, me entró la paranoia y ya no puede dejar de pensar en las paradojas temporales, y en este libro [...]

    6. Öncelikle şunu söylemeliyim ki, Yosun Erdemli'nin ortaya koyduğu çeviri muazzam. Eserin ilk baskısını alıp adeta baştan çevirmiş ve okurken beni hayretlere düşüren işlere imza atmış. Özellikle bazı cümlelerde uzun uzun nasıl böyle başarılı aktarabildiğini düşündüm. Ellerine sağlık.Gelelim Asimov'a. Ondan dilimizde bir şeyler okumayalı uzun zaman olmuştu. Nihayet sahaflarda koşmak yerine, baskısı taze taze çıkmış bir eserine kavuştuk. Asimov, tam da ond [...]

    7. Kitap bir noktadan sonra o denli sürükleyiciydi ki, yüz sayfasını karanlıkta, otobüsün küçük televizyonunun ışığıyla okudum. Muazzam bir hayal gücü.

    8. Nutshell: antisocial nerd, responsible for historical amendments to spacetime continuum, dicks it up for everyone in order to lose virginity.Eternity is an interdimensional NGO, set up in the 27th century (32), initially to carry on intertemporal trade (43), which trade was promoted as its primary purpose. Its true primary task is to "prevent catastrophe from striking mankind" and "to breed out of Reality any factors that might lead to such knowledge" of its biotemporal management of human histo [...]

    9. This is a unique one for Asimov, and not connected to his usual fictional universe. Ironically, this is his first book I tried to read, in Malayalam translation, no less! But either the translation was bad, or the story was untranslatable, or I was too young for it I dropped it after a few pages. I am glad I did, because I could read the original afresh.This story is about a group called Eternals who travel outside of linear time, stepping in when required within the time-stream to make things " [...]

    10. Es genial, Asimov no deja un cabo suelto. Hasta las cosas que no me terminaban de cerrar tuvieron su explicación.La lectura es muy adictiva. ¡Si les gustan las historias de viajes en el tiempo, tienen que leerlo!

    11. "Peccato che il presente non possa durare, neppure nell'Eternità"Beh, non avrei mai detto, di trovare divertente la lettura di un romanzo di fanta in cui la navicella la fa da padrone Le navicelle in questo caso son cronoscafi, macchine capaci di andare avanti e indietro nel tempo, nei secoli dei secoli.Un mondo in cui esiste l'eternità, e c'è una casta, gli Eterni appunto, tutta declinata al maschile, di figure preposte alla tutela di essa. Casta quasi sacerdotale, completamente dedita al pr [...]

    12. Cartea asta mi-a adus aminte de ce îmi place Asimov atât de mult, pentru mine e una dintre cele mai strălucite opere ale sale. Zeci de secole în viitor: evoluția umanității este corectată de Eternitate, o organizație care există în afara Timpului și poate modela realitatea prin implementarea unor măsuri atent analizate în momente strategice ale istoriei. Călătorind înainte și înapoi pe axa temporală, Eternii aleg variantele de viitor care oferă cea mai mare siguranță socia [...]

    13. This is somehow my first Asimov book. At first, I was underwhelmed. However, as the book went forward, I found that there was much more depth to the writing than originally met the eye and that the shallow characters were shallow with a purpose. Asimov sets up a group of scientist who are outside of time called the Eternals. While everyone on earth thinks that their main job is to facilitate commerce between various centuries, their true function is to manipulate history to make it play out more [...]

    14. Asimov is doing a couple of things here that raise a dull story to interesting, but you won't be able to catch it until the final two chapters. Dare I say this is a feminist critique of society? I mean, as critical as a '50s dude from sexist academia could deliver? And delivered in quite possibly the most offensive way possible, at least to modern sensibilities? It partly serves as a polemic against critics of the space program (I smell a colleague confrontation brewing, Asi), partly an effort t [...]

    15. I'm a SF buff, a big Asimov fan, and I'd rate this book among his very best. Having read through most of Asimov's Robot and Foundation series, what drew me to read The End of Eternity was the often mentioned fact that this book describes why Asimov's fictional universe panned out the way it did. And I wasn't disappointed. What a story!One of the things I like most about Asimov's SF is how small and insignificant it makes you feel when it speaks about millions of inhabited planets spread across t [...]

    16. 5 stars for the start, 2 stars for the middle, 5 stars for the ending.This book has among the best beginnings I've ever read. I must have picked this book up about 10 years ago but it wasn't my book so I only read the first chapter or so. That first chapter stayed in my mind long after I'd forgotten the title, but in a commitment to find out what happened next, I finally sniffed out this Isaac Asimov book and read the rest.Naturally, an impression such as that was never going to live up to my ex [...]

    17. আমার ইংরেজী বই পড়ার হাতে খড়ি হল আইজ্যাক আসিমভের রোবটস এ্যান্ড এম্পায়ার পড়ে। আর ইবুক পড়ার হাতে খড়ি হল এই এন্ড অফ ইটার্নিটি পড়ে। বইটার সম্পর্কে প্রথম জানতে পারি মুহাম্মদ জাফর ইকবালের ছেলেমান [...]

    18. 4.9Asimov. Uno de esos autores de los que siempre has oído hablar.Autor reconocido por su trilogía “Fundación” o por sus relatos sobre robots como “Yo, robot” .Decidí que probaría la pluma del autor con “El fin de la eternidad” un día este pasado agosto tirada en una cama y cotilleando pertenencias ajenas. Entre ellas encontré este libro y cuando leí sus sinopsis supe sencillamente que ese libro debía leerlo.Y como lectora maniática, solo podía ser en una edición. Cualqui [...]

    19. I recently watched a TV series called Steins;gate. It started out as a lighthearted comedy, where a self-proclaimed mad scientist creates a time machine that allows him to send text messages into the past, by making the plate in his microwave turn backwards. It was really funny and entertaining, and then it went really, really dark as all of the consequences to changes in the past that they made with the machine started hitting, and they spent the rest of the series trying to undo or otherwise f [...]

    20. Less than 200 pages. The same material nowadays would be expanded to at least 600 pages or probably a trilogy. Well cool ideas:* The time shafts are powered by our Sun going supernova in the distant future.* Idealogical debate between Utilitarianism and ‘adventure’. (And fighting for frontiers) or ‘short term’ safety vs risk and long term growth.* Everything that happens is intricately played out according to the central plot driverI suppose because SF writers feel obliged to provide ‘ [...]

    21. Moja najdraže Asimovljevo djelo.Ne znam zašto, možda jer posebno volim dio SF koji se bavi time-travelom.A Asimov je ovdje apsolutno genijalno sredio probleme oko najpoznatijeg vremenskog paradoksa "ubijanja svog vlastitog djeda".Ako ništa drugo pročitajte kako bi saznali "možete li ubiti svog djeda" - ne doslovno nego tek da vidite bi li nastavili postojati poslije toga.Čista petica s moje strane!Pročitao mali milijun puta :)

    22. Asimov scrive nel 1955 l’unico suo romanzo ambientato in un universo dove non esiste il viaggio spaziale. In La fine dell’eternità l’uomo ha però sviluppato una tecnologia che gli permette non solo di spostarsi nel tempo, ma anche di controllare la storia dell’umanità. La natura di quest’eternità ipercontrollata si mostra rapidamente come distopica, collocando le avventure dei protagonisti in un mondo dove il delirio di onnipotenza di una casta di controllori del tempo tiene segret [...]

    23. Buen libro, sin embargo no cumplió con mis expectativas. Muchas veces había leído que era uno de los mejores libros de Asimov, junto a Los Propios Dioses, (aun no leo este último), pero personalmente no supera a la saga de la Fundación. Como la mayoría de los libros de Asimov, tiene un final sorprendente, sin embargo, creo que el desarrollo de la historia, y parte del desenlace de esta, no están contados de una manera perfecta, confundiendo un poco al lector, introduciendo sucesos que al [...]

    24. El planteamiento del libro es realmente alucinante y de una originalidad increíble. Muy bien hilvanados todos los acontecimientos de principio a fin, con un desenlace genial, aunque un poco previsible. De muy fácil lectura y comprensión a pesar de los tecnicismos. Sin embargo, no puedo darle una puntuación tan alta como merece la historia porque realmente odié al personaje principal, Andrew Harlan. Un tipo anodino, inseguro, irritable, contradictorio en su accionar, pesimista y egoísta, qu [...]

    25. İlk bakışta, bir insanın aşkı uğruna ne kadar ileriye gidebileceği, o güne kadar benimsediği tabuları nasıl bir bir yıkacağı yönündeki basit kurguya sahip bir eser gibi görünse de, karakterimizi saran/sarmalayan/sarsan oyun çok çok ve çok devasadır.(Ve hayır bu basit bir kurguya sahip bir eser değil, tam aksine kusursuz bir kurguya sahip etkileyici bir eser.)Tahmin edilmesi zor, etkileyici bir sona sahip olan bu yapıt insanı düşünceleri arasında terk edip sorgulama [...]

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