Arthur Schopenhauer


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German pessimist philosopher (1788-1860)

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Seleccion de cartas de Johanna, Arthur Schopenhauer y Goethe.
El sufrimiento (Leiden) es una categoria primordial dentro de la filosofia de Arthur Schopenhauer (1).
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.
La tesis budista de la negacion del yo es continuada por David Hume, Arthur Schopenhauer y en Argentina por Macedonio Fernandez.
His interests span thought, feeling, philosophy of art, theories of representation, philosophical psychology, Hegel's aesthetics, and the philosophers Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Arthur Schopenhauer.
I was a bit surprised by the frequent references to Arthur Schopenhauer, as Caufield lays out his interpretation of Arnold's philosophical pessimism in the final two chapters.
This involves a review of the often misogynist and racist works of major turn-of-the-century thinkers such as Immanuel Kant, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Arthur Schopenhauer, Sander L.
David Cartwright's Schopenhauer: A Biography sheds new light on the relationship between the thought and life of Arthur Schopenhauer.
German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said, "All truth passes through three stages.
Lovecraft e de Machado de Assis, bem como no pensamento de Arthur Schopenhauer, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Jacques Derrida e Michel Foucault.
His critics have presumed that the ideas of post-Kantian idealist Arthur Schopenhauer exerted some measure of influence on the novelist at least since John Galsworthy's brief mention in 1924 of Conrad's fondness for the German philosopher: "Of philosophy he had read a good deal," Galsworthy recalled, "but on the whole spoke little.
Arthur Schopenhauer escribid que "la felicidad consiste en la repeticion frecuente del placer".
These advancements in technology, such as the telephone, radio, broadcasting, tape player, microphone, and Internet, are the historical underpinnings of electronic media to which Dyson references, in function and in metaphor, similar developments in philosophical thought suggested by Arthur Schopenhauer, Roland Barthes, Jacques Derrida, Martin Heidegger, and Gilies Deleuze.