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暢銷書《如何像福爾摩斯一樣思考》(How to Think Like Sherlock)作者Daniel Smith,又一本How to Think系列,告訴我們文藝復興大師達文西如何思考。

「當所有人還在沉睡時,他就像是在黑暗中起得太早的人。」
--俄羅斯哲學家、象徵主義作家Dmitry Merezhkovsky, 1901

達文西或許是最為人所知的藝術家之一,他的《蒙娜麗莎》應該是全世界最容易被認出來的畫像,同時他也是天才的象徵。科學證明顯示,他大腦的發育狀況跟大多數人不太一樣,所以他可以把快速移動的物體當作慢動作影像來看。儘管如此,他也同大多數人一樣,必須面對人生中的許多挑戰,換言之,對於失敗他習以為常。他也相信,時間是他永遠的敵人,因為好多計畫都因為時間不夠而沒有完成。

達文西創作了歐洲藝術史中好幾幅重要的圖像,一直到現在還影響著無數的藝術家。雖然我們無法達成如他一般的成就,我們卻可以學習他對生命所展現的態度。從這本書中,你可以學習如何檢驗事實、追求學問,為自己設下無限的目標,在你做的每一件事情中奮力達成完滿與精準,對你的工作感到驕傲,利用並且駕馭你的想像力。這本書讓你了解這位藝術家的生命與成就。


Famed for creating some of the most iconic images in European art, Leonardo da Vinci has influenced generations of artists and continues to do so after more than 500 years. While we cannot hope to emulate his achievements, da Vinci showed an attitude towards life from which we can all learn. With an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, da Vinci was never satisfied with what he had learned, always finding new paths to investigate and preferring to learn through experience. He saw links between art and science, and constantly pursued perfection and accuracy in his work, which continues to inspire awe to this day. Combining these strengths with a powerful imagination, da Vinci was able to come up with designs for inventions centuries ahead of their time. In How to Think Like da Vinci, you too can learn how to investigate the facts and pursue knowledge, set yourself boundless goals, strive for perfection and accuracy in everything you do, take pride in your work and harness your imagination. Learn about this great man's life and achievements and develop your understanding of one of the world's most eclectic and extraordinary minds.







詳細資料

誠品26碼 /2681326059002
ISBN 13 /9781782434672
ISBN 10 /1782434674
EAN /9781782434672

頁數224
尺寸19.7X13.1X2.1CM
裝訂平裝
級別
語言英文
成份




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