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  • Title: กำเนิดสถาบันสถาปนา
  • Author: Isaac Asimov ยรรยง เต็งอำนวย
  • ISBN: 9789747823486
  • Page: 211
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Isaac Asimov ยรรยง เต็งอำนวย

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

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  • Stephen

    In the realm of science fiction, Isaac Asimov’s stories have always been my woobie. This rings especially true for his Robot and Foundation series. For me, they’re a literary panic room where I can escape the stress storms and never-ending deadlines of the day-to-day ruckus into a much simpler time where the ambient happy is always turned way up. Yes…yes…before you say it, I'll acknowledge your gripes about Asimov and even concede to some of them. Asimov wasn't as skilled a wordsmith [...]

  • Apatt

    “What I have done is to prove that it is possible to choose starting conditions from which historical forecasting does not descend into chaotic conditions, but can become predictable within limits. However, what those starting conditions might be I do not know, nor am I sure that those conditions can be found by any one person—or by any number of people—in a finite length of time”That is pretty much the gist of what Hari Seldon, Asimov’s most iconic character, tries to accomplish in Pr [...]

  • Fan De Bauer

    THAT twist.

  • Peter

    Unless you're just a die-hard Foundation fan and have to read them all, "Prelude to Foundation" can safely be skipped. In particular, I'm not sure that I would recommend reading it prior to the other Foundation novels despite the fact that it's a prequel.It's not spoiling anything to briefly explain why this is. In "Foundation," which is really more a shorts collection than a novel despite the fact that the stories do flow very well together, Hari Seldon is already an old man. The whole premise [...]

  • John

    My first Asimov book, it was both wonderful and disappointing. I loved the hugeness of the imagination at work here. The bizarre and diverse societies of Trantor with their rituals, structures, foods, ways of living, and just the physical structure of the world itself, with multiple layers and a surface covered with sand and the occasional forest, made for fun reading. As for the disappointments, although it is probably a cliché at this point, I could not stand the squareness of the dialogue, t [...]

  • Mahdi Lotfi

    مجموعهٔ بنیاد نام مجموعه‌ای ۷ جلدی از آیزاک آسیموف است که مشهورترین مجموعهٔ علمی-تخیلی خوانده شده‌است. داستان این مجموعه به ترتیب زمان انتشار پیش نمی‌رود، بلکه آسیموف ابتدا جلدهای سوم (بنیاد)، چهارم(بنیاد و امپراطوری) و پنجم (بنیاد دوم) را نوشت و سپس با وقفه‌ای طولانی مدت و [...]

  • C.

    This really wasn't that bad - in fact I enjoyed it quite a lot - but it was very disappointing. It is an entirely different kind of book to Foundation, which was about concepts. Not amazingly written, certainly, but neither was this, and without the great concepts, there's not a huge amount left.I think it would be a bit harsh to say that this book was written to cash in on the phenomenon that was Foundation, though I suspect that is part of it. What probably happened is that Asimov realised tha [...]

  • Nicolás Mendoza.

    Muy bueno. Quizás al comienzo pueda percibirse un poco densa la historia pero vale la pena terminar el libro, del capitulo "Billibotton" en adelante se pueden empezar a sacar algunas conclusiones. El desenlace/final es genial, me gustó mucho. -------- --------------------------------------Ciclo de la Fundación (o Ciclo de Trántor)- Prelude to Foundation (Preludio a la Fundación) . Primera precuela a la serie de la Fundación. Hari Seldon esboza las bases de la psicohistoria y queda atrapado [...]

  • AnaVlădescu

    Finally! After all these years! I have finished the first book of Foundation. What exactly took me so long, I will never know I really enjoyed this work, it's high-quality SF, with all the societal elements inserted in it, all the questions about humanity posed and all of the wonders of the possible future bestowed on the reader. Brilliant for someone who loves the genre - and I most certainly am in love with science fiction, it sparks the imagination in a completely different way than any other [...]

  • Daniel Bastian

    "Why, he wondered, did so many people spend their lives not trying to find answers to questions—not even thinking of questions to begin with? Was there anything more exciting in life than seeking answers?"(Note: As with other reviews in this series, spoilers to follow.)After five novels spanning as many centuries, one might have supposed Asimov's stepwise tinkering with his Foundation universe had come to an end. The adventures of Golan Trevize, Janov Pelorat, and Bliss concluded in Foundation [...]

  • Tobin Elliott

    Well, wasn't this a dreadful little book?It's been decades since I read any Asimov, but I remember him with fondness for the the original Foundation trilogy I read in the late-70s, along with several of his other novels.I do, however, have no recollection of his narrative style whatsoever. After finishing this travesty, that actually scares the shit out of me for considering the other nine books in this series.Prelude to Foundation reads like it was written by a somewhat over-intelligent twelve- [...]

  • Sesana

    I'm working on reading the Foundation-related books in internal chronological order. I've worked through the Robots and Empire books, and now I'm moving on to the Foundation books. Is this a good idea? It's probably still too soon for me to say. I imagine that somebody who's read Foundation would have a totally different reaction. For me, it was my first exposure to psychohistory, so it worked to see what I guess you could call the birth of the idea. I didn't need to see details into what exactl [...]

  • Martin

    "You mean that something quite accidental came to be viewed as a tradition?" p.118"No no. I mean 'primitive' only in that it has been known as long as our records go back, that its discovery is shrouded in the mists of antiquity as is that of fire or the wheel." p.168"So you insult us by asking about out religion, as though we have ever called on a mystrious, insubstantial spirit to do for us what we cannot do for ourselves." p.230"They would support, as such, even that perfectly ridiculous tale [...]

  • Vicho

    4.5? 5? No lo sé, la cosa es que me gustó!!! Asimov ha recomendado leer su saga en orden cronológico, pero "yo soy rebelde porque los libros me han hecho así" jaaaa yo recomendaría leer definitivamente primero la Trilogía aaaantes de leer la precuela. El motivo es que siento que apreciarás mejor algunas referencias que se verán realidad en la Trilogía. Bueno es solo una impresión de alguien que recién se adentra al mundo de Asimov XD. Durante varias partes de la novela, sentí que las [...]

  • Maanasa

    I did the unthinkable when it comes to reading the Foundation series and started with Prelude (I recently also finished Forward the Foundation and have started reading Foundation). I read the book slowly during my commute, and I found myself getting progressively more annoyed with how quickly I got to and from work. I felt like the book went 0-60 in no time as it immediately set a brisk pace that it would follow for the rest of the book. I found that the flight of Hari Seldon was both exciting a [...]

  • Tomislav

    Some day I'm going to read the novels of Asimov's future history in story order1 The End of Eternity (stand-alone) 19552 I, Robot (short stories) 19503 The Caves of Steel (Robot) 19544 The Naked Sun (Robot) 19575 The Robots of Dawn (Robot) 19836 Robots and Empire (Robot) 19857 The Stars, Like Dust (Empire) 19518 The Currents of Space (Empire) 19529 Pebble In The Sky (Empire) 195010 Prelude to Foundation (Foundation Prequel) 198811 Forward the Foundation (Foundation Prequel) 199112 Foundation (Fo [...]

  • Sarah Alirezaee

    بالاخره یک کتاب از آسیموف رو تموم کردم!یادمه اولین باری هم که کتابِ ادبیات گمانه‌زن خوندم، کتابِ آسیموف بود که چون چهارم دبستان بودم گذاشتمش کنار و برگشتم سرِ به من بگو چراها و در جهان ریاضیات و نجوم و تاریخ و بدن انسان و فیزیک و اینا، این کتاب بزرگایی که پر از عکس بود. یه جورای [...]

  • Terri Jacobson

    Prelude to Foundation was written in 1988 by Isaac Asimov as a prequel to his Foundation series. I listened to the audiobook, which was well-produced and read nicely.The year is 12,020 GE (Galactic Era), and Hari Seldon, mathematician, is giving a paper on the planet Trantor, home planet of the Galactic Empire. He is presenting his theory of psychohistory, a system of equations and analysis that may someday be used to predict human history. The empire wants to get hold of Hari, so he goes into h [...]

  • Joe

    Asimov wrote hundreds of books, but he is best known for his Foundation series and his stories about robots. The Foundation series chronicles human society far in the future; where we've spread across the galaxy and established colonies on millions of worlds but have forgotten the one we started on. And in the vastness of this human empire, decay has set in and cracks are growing; a galactic dark-age so grand in scope few can even see it's dimensions.The hero of the series is Hari Seldon; mathem [...]

  • JonSnow

    Contrary to what seems to be the popular consensus, I actually thoroughly enjoyed this book for what it was. I first read these books out of order. The original trilogy, then the two that followed it. I had never read the robot books, prelude/forward/empire novels. So I have been doing this.Having already read the original trilogy and two sequels (as well as The Complete Robot, 4 robot novels, 3 empire novels ), I thoroughly enjoyed Prelude to Foundation. It is certainly NOT a necessary read, if [...]

  • Alejandra

    Mi papa tiene AÑOS diciéndome que los libros de Isaac Aimov son buenísimos, que me van a encantar, etc no se porque nunca fui de tomar uno y ponerme a leerlos, ya quiero terminarlos TODOS!Leí primero el libro de la Fundación y me pareció súper interesante toda la idea de Hari Seldon y la Psicohistoria, pero en vez de ir en orden cronológico de publicación, (a sugerencia de mi papa) inicie a leer este libro, Preludio a la Fundación, donde inicia la historia de Hari Seldon quien en el fu [...]

  • Christopher

    Prelude to Foundation kicks off the story of Hari Seldon much alluded to in the other Foundation books and gives us a look at the legendary character who created the concept of advanced maths used by the FOundation to manipulate the events of the galaxy depicted in the first Foundation books! :D Prelude to Foundation gives us a look at a very different character to what history has portrayed him as Harry starts off simply as a mathematician giving a maths lecture (which in hindsight may have bee [...]

  • Neo Marshkga

    Prelude to Foundation is the first prequel to the classic Sci-Fi saga, Foundation, written by Isaac Asimov.This book starts before all the science that explains the Universe of the original Trilogy is fully developed.We are drawn into a world where knowledge is on a constant state of decay, as the Empire itself.After thousands of years, the Empire is so big and has extended so much, that several problems started to arise. The Universe is way too big, way too many planets compose the Galaxy, and [...]

  • Joel Simon

    This was my first Foundation book, and my second Asimov book (I, Robot was the first). Even though written later than the original books in the Foundation series, I decided to read it first because it is in chronological order of the story. I will never know whether or not this was the right thing to do and I can see from other readers' comments that many Asimov fans found this book to be disappointing. So in a way it is good that I read this Foundation book first because things will get even be [...]

  • kellyn

    I read this when I was about 13 or 14 and loved it. Re-reading it almost ten years later lets me read it with a depth I couldn't have at 13. Asimov was such a genius, writing in the 1940's with a prophetic political and technological imagination. (Granted, this was written in the 1980's as a prequel to the books written in the 40's). He writes the dialogue with a clinical edge that really makes you feel you're hearing people from an entirely different society speaking. At the same time the descr [...]

  • 50 a year

    'Prelude to Foundation' by Isaac Asimov is an excellent prequel to Foundation – whereas that book was more like a collection of three stories, this one is a straightforward romp of a novel!Read my full review on my blog:50ayear/2016/03/25/11-

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    Prelude to Foundation (Foundation: Prequel, #1) Prelude to Foundation (Foundation (Publication Order) #6), Isaac Asimov عنوان: سرآغاز بنیاد کهکشانی؛ نویسنده: آیزاک آسیموف؛ مترجم: پیمان اسماعیلیان خامنه؛ تهران، بنیاد مستضعفان و جانبازان، 1372، در 572 ص،

  • Stela

    "Cât de dăunătoare este supraspecializarea. Taie cunoașterea într-un milion de bucăți și o lasă să sângereze."

  • Christian, Kelanth, Scala

    Preludio alla Fondazione, in originale "Prelude to Foundation" è un romanzo di fantascienza dello scrittore Isaac Asimov, edita nel 1988. È È uno dei due antefatti al ciclo della Fondazione e narra l'origine della disciplina della psicostoria. Per la prima volta, Asimov racconta la vita di Hari Seldon, l'uomo che ha inventato la psicostoria e l'eroe intellettuale della serie.Ma prima di parlare di questo libro in particolare, è doveroso parlare del Ciclo delle Fondazioni:Il Ciclo delle Fonda [...]

  • Ajeje Brazov

    Finito il sesto dei 7 tasselli del ciclo della Fondazione e sempre più mi convinco che Asimov sia la fantascienza. Insieme ad un altro maestro del genere, Philip K. Dick, unico che secondo me può competere con la maestosità letteraria di Asimov (ovviamente è una mia opinione ristretta a ciò che ho letto finora)."Trantor Capitale del Primo Impero Galattico Sotto Cleon I, conobbe il suo . Stando alle apparenze, era allora all'apice La popolazione ammontava a 40 miliardi di abitanti chi viveva [...]

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