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Schopenhauer

Arthur . 1788--1860, German pessimist philosopher. In his chief work, The World as Will and Idea (1819), he expounded the view that will is the creative primary factor and idea the secondary receptive factor
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Si estamos en lo cierto, tendria que existir alguna clase de enlace capaz de unir esos ambitos--los de moralidad y prudencia--que Schopenhauer ha separado en principio.
The fundamental ideas of Schopenhauer are entirely contained in the original edition (5).
Schopenhauer establishes the foundation of his world upon a radical declaration of subjectivism in the tradition of Descartes and Kant: "The world is my idea"--that is to mean, the world is merely a phenomenon of the subjective mind.
En este contexto la irrupcion de Schopenhauer y su discipulo Frauenstadt reformularon el canon materialista en una nueva version vitalista que terminaria siendo tambien mas tolerante con las creencias religiosas, frente al sensualismo de Czolbe, basado a su vez en una radicalizacion de las tesis criticistas de Lotze.
One reads of Lessing's crucial importance in the "Shakespeare wars"; of Kant's flirtations with the thought of Swedenborg; of Hegel as a critical Aeneas; of Schopenhauer as Ariel (to Kant's Prospero and Hegel's Caliban); of Gustaf Gruendgens's 1936 Berlin performance of Hamlet in a blond wig; of Jose Benardete's suggestion of a Quinean poetics; and, perhaps, most intriguingly, of Russell's obsession with Hamlet, crystallized neatly in a 1918 remark from prison: "I shall never lose the sense of being a ghost.
En la novela, el personaje de Montaigne (al igual que Seneca, Rousseau, Schopenhauer, etcetera) no tiene una funcion argumentativa sino comica.
The wise man of Arthur Schopenhauer is really a coward, a paltry, a ruthless profiteer, a barbarian who perfectly plays the comedy of the civilised man.
17) Reading Schopenhauer is a prescription Roithamer issues for the "health of the spirit.
Because of its inherent lack and of the way in which it compensates for this through cut-throat competitiveness and violence, Schopenhauer condemns the omnipotent will as more devilish than divine (see 1966a, 349).
Nanajivako thinks that Schopenhauer is comparable in certain areas to Theravadin Buddhism and in others to Tibetan Mahayana.
En el marco de unas reflexiones antropologicas en torno a la paz y la guerra, desde un punto de vista filosofico y literario, resulta interesante poner el pensamiento de Arthur Schopenhauer en la palestra, es decir, en el lugar de combate de las ideas, donde, por cierto, tan vivamente se enfrento nuestro autor con sus compatriotas y contemporaneos: Fichte, Schelling o Hegel.