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  1. Arthur Schopenhauer: Knowledge Products (Giants of Philosophy) (Library Edition) by Charleton Heston (Narrator) Mark Stone, 2006-04-01
  2. The Cambridge Companion to Schopenhauer (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)
  3. Schopenhauer and the Wild Years of Philosophy by R脙录diger Safranski, 1991-09-01
  4. In Search of Schopenhauer's Cat: Arthur Schopenhauer's Quantum-Mystical Theory of Justice by Raymond B. Marcin, 2006-02
  5. The Essays of Arthur Schopenhauer; Studies in Pessimism by Arthur Schopenhauer, 2006-06-12
  6. Schopenhauer: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Christopher Janaway, 2002-05-16
  7. Arthur Schopenhauer: Philosopher of Pessimism by Frederick Charles Copleston, 1975
  8. Parerga and Paralipomena: Short Philosophical Essays Volume One by Arthur Schopenhauer, 2001-06-28
  9. The Horrors and Absurdities of Religion (Penguin Great Ideas) by Arthur Schopenhauer, 2009-08-27
  10. Manuscript Remains, Vol. 4: The Manuscript Books of 1830-1852 and Last Manuscripts by Arthur Schopenhauer, 1988-01-01
  11. The Art of Literature and The Art of Controversy by Arthur Schopenhauer, 2008-01-01
  12. Suffering, Suicide and Immortality: Eight Essays from The Parerga (The Incidentals) (Philosophical Classics) by Arthur Schopenhauer, 2006-03-31
  13. Arthur Schopenhauer - Will of a Philosopher (Biography) by Biographiq, 2008-04-13
  14. The Basis of Morality (Philosophical Classics) by Arthur Schopenhauer, 2005-09-20

41. Encyclop閐ie De L'Agora | Schopenhauer Arthur
Pr sentation de Schopenhauer et liens associ s dans l encyclop die de l Agora.
http://agora.qc.ca/mot.nsf/Dossiers/Arthur_Schopenhauer

42. Untitled Document
Consacr enti rement Schopenhauer, certaines parties du site restent venir.
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43. Projekt Gutenberg-DE - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Kultur
Kurzes Biogramm und der Text der Erristischen Dialektik
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44. Arthur Schopenhauer
Biograf a del pensador en LuventicuS. Con enlace a t rminos relevantes.
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Arthur SCHOPENHAUER Naci贸 en Dantzig (Alemania) en 1788. Su padre, que era comerciante, lo prepar贸 para el negocio llev谩ndolo en sus viajes por Francia e Inglaterra . Schopenhauer aprendi贸 as铆 otros idiomas y adquiri贸 una cultura general que, reforzada con sus estudios y lecturas, lleg贸 a ser muy amplia. Cuando muri贸 su padre (1805), comenz贸 sus estudios cl谩sicos. En la Universidad de , el fil贸sofo Schultze despert贸 su inter茅s por la filosof铆a kantiana a la par que el orientalista Maier lo pon铆a en contacto con los libros sagrados de la India. Estas dos fueron las fuentes principales de su filosof铆a. En 1819 public贸 su obra m谩s importante, El mundo como voluntad y representaci贸n , que termin贸 siendo vendida como papel usado (por peso) por no haber tenido la menor repercusi贸n. Luego de este fracaso editorial quiso competir en Berl铆n con Hegel , que se encontraba en el pico m谩s alto de su prestigio como profesor de Filosof铆a. Para ello coloc贸 el horario de sus clases en coincidencia con el de las clases de Hegel. Fracas贸 en dos oportunidades por falta de alumnos y abandon贸 la universidad con un gran desprecio por los "fil贸sofos universitarios" en general y por Hegel en especial, cuya filosof铆a consideraba desquiciada. Nosotros mismos somos la cosa en s铆.» Si por el intelecto accedemos al fen贸meno, por el cuerpo podemos acercarnos a la cosa en s铆. Por nuestro cuerpo conocemos lo que el mundo es en s铆 mismo, "voluntad", necesidad, deseo. El instinto de conservaci贸n del individuo (agresividad) y el instinto de conservaci贸n de la especie (sexualidad) son los modos principales de esta voluntad de vivir. En el fondo, el mundo no es sino voluntad, deseo insatisfecho, anhelo insaciable.

45. Schopenhauer, Arthur Summary | BookRags.com
Schopenhauer, Arthur. Schopenhauer, Arthur summary with encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.
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46. 404 Recurso No Encontrado
Texto completo de esta obra de Arthur Schopenhauer. En Ideasapiens.
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47. Arthur Schopenhauer: Free Web Books, Online
Biographical note. Arthur Schopenhauer is one of the most important 19th century philosophers, most famous for his work, The World as Will and Representation.
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Schopenhauer in 1859.
Biographical note
Arthur Schopenhauer is one of the most important 19th century philosophers, most famous for his work, The World as Will and Representation . He is known for having espounced a sort of philosophical pessimism that saw life as being essentially evil and futile, but saw hope in aesthetics, sympathy for others and ascetic living. More ...
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Essays of Schopenhauer; translated by Mrs. Rudolf Dircks
  • On Authorship and Style. On Noise. On Reading and Books. The Emptiness of Existence. On Women. Thinking for Oneself. Short Dialogue on the Indestructibility of Our True Being by Death. Religion. A Dialogue. Psychological Observations. Metaphysics of Love. Physiognomy. On Suicide.
  • The Essays of Arthur Schopenhauer; translated by T. Bailey Saunders, M.A.
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    • Prefatory Note Religion. a Dialogue. A Few Words on Pantheism. On Books and Reading.

    48. SCHOPENHAUER Y FREUD
    Texto ntegro del libro de Christopher Young Andrew Brook en formato PDF. En Materiales para la reflexi n y el debate.
    http://platea.pntic.mec.es/~macruz/Psico/SCHOPENY.htm
    SCHOPENHAUER Y FREUD Andrew Brook
    International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 75, pp. 101-18.

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    todas las cosas. Yo puedo encontrar huellas de ello en todo lo que se ha hecho, pensado y escrito, en la
    sobre cada uno"
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    "muy avanzada mi vida" Zeitgeist "como un afilado viento del este" "voluntad" de Schopenhauer es sorprendentemente semejante a los Antes de examinar estas correspondencias, repasemos brevemente las opiniones de otros autores. Como hemos dicho anteriormente, muchos escritores han notado muchos paralelismos entre Schopenhauer y Freud, en ambos instintivas" "definitivamente entre los antecesores Foerster de que inconsciente del siglo XIX, y concluye que "no cabe la menor duda de que el pensamiento de Freud es uno de ellos" (1970, p. 542). No obstante, Ellenberger intenta abarcar por completo el siglo XIX, por lo que su tratamiento de un determinado pensador es necesariamente apresurado.

    49. Arthur Schopenhauer, (1788-1860)
    Les Classiques des Sciences Sociales - textes num ris s par Pierre Tremblay.
    http://classiques.uqac.ca/classiques/shopenhauer_arthur/shopenhauer.html

    50. Schopenhauer, Arthur
    Glossary of Religion and Philosophy Short Biography of Arthur Schopenhauer
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    51. Wolfgang Schirmacher - Il Santo Come Forma Di Vita
    Wolfgang Schirmacher offre riflessioni sulla dottrina non scritta del filosofo.
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        Il santo come forma di vita
        Wolfgang Schirmacher.
        Trento, 1987
        Il santo come forma di vita Riflessioni sulla dottrina non scritta di Schopenhauer 2. Il sacro come conoscenza intuitiva Ci chiediamo ora però se rifiutando la possibilitá del santo non finiamo con l'impedire all'uomo un'esperienza esistenziale decisiva. Al pari di grandi filosofi prima e dopo di lui, Spinoza ha concepito questa esperienza come sapere intuitivo e come amor Dei intellectualis e le ha attribuito un ruolo primario`. Tale sapere ha conseguenze pratiche immediate". Anche per Schopenhauer la conoscenza intuitiva e immediata dell'essenza del mondo viene a scuotere "l'uomo nella sua interezza". Più in particolare, il santo impersona la capacitá dell'uomo di guardare al dolore come a qualche cosa di ineliminabile e di impersonale. Questo tipo di conoscenza della realtá presuppone comunque che il santo non sia toccato contemporaneamente dal dolore, non avverta alcuna mancanza, bensì agisca per pienezza'. "La vita è paragonabile a una via circolare, coperta, fuorché in qualche tratto, di carboni ardenti, e che noi dobbiamo percorrere; gli illusi, confortati dalla freschezza del tratto in cui si trovano, o che si vedono vicino, seguitano a percorrerla".

    52. Schopenhauer Arthur | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
    Arthur Schopenhauer (February 22, 1788 鈥 September 21, 1860) was a German philosopher best known for his work The World as Will and Representation. Schopenhauer responded to
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    53. Schopenhauer: 揕抋rt Com A Representaci I El Sistema De Les Arts
    Presentaci de la concepci d aquest fil sof sobre l art.
    http://www.terra.es/personal/nihil-x/heavy/schopen.htm
    Schopenhauer: "L抋rt com a representació i el sistema de les arts" Enmig d抲n món de dolor sense fi, d抋ngoixa constant, d抲na vida marcada per la insatisfacció sempre present, hi ha certs moments en què el temps s抋tura, l抏spai deixa de ser quelcom material, l抜ndividu deixa de ser tal i de sobte ens trobem amb un objecte que esdevé Idea en la ment d抋quell indivudu que no ho és per uns instants, trencant la roda constant del dolor de la vida que porta a la mort, aquest instant és un instant de plaer estètic, i és el que Schopenhauer prova de dir-nos en el tercer llibre d "El Món com a Voluntat i Representació"; el llibre que s抋tura en l抏stètica i que la porta fins als seus límits (almenys si partim de les seves tesis i les prenem en la direcció en què ell les pren, no podrem anar més enllà). Així doncs començaré pel principal component de l抋rt, lésser humà, el qual té una força interior que el porta cap a una banda o una altra, una força anomenada Voluntat, que l抏mpeny a "voler", a desitjar, però quan ha assolit aquella cosa que desitjava, aquella fita, s抋dona que al seu darrera n抙i ha més, i desitja llavors allò, i sempre igual, fent que la vida humana esdevingui una cadena inacabable de desitjos. Dins la literatura hi ha un "plus" afegit quan tractem la poesia, i és que en ella hi trobem la rima i el ritme, ambdues coses escapen a la raó, la superen, s抜nternen i actuen directament a l抏sperit de forma irracional, l抩mplen i afavoreixen aquella immersió de l抜ndividu dins la intuïció, doncs el distreuen de passions i desitjos, centrant la seva atenció sobre les imatges que ofereix la poesia.

    54. Schopenhauer, Arthur
    The German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer (February 22, 1788 鈥 September 21, 1860) is widely known as the quintessential pessimist among western thinkers.
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    Arthur Schopenhauer The German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer (February 22, 1788 鈥 September 21, 1860) is widely known as the quintessential pessimist among western thinkers. Whatever one鈥檚 opinion about the general orientation of his system, it must be acknowledged that Schopenhauer grasped the powerful forces at work in the human psyche much better than the prevalent rationalism of his time. He realized that these forces cannot be overcome by mere rational constructs and that they must be met on their own ground. In this, he helped remove the stereotype of the philosopher who is only concerned with meaningless abstractions.
    Unlike German Idealism , the prevalent philosophy of his day, Schopenhauer鈥檚 philosophy does not build on the insights of Christianity but on those of Hinduism and Buddhism. In Schopenhauer鈥檚 opinion, Christianity itself must have borrowed its deepest insights from Indian teachings and not from its Jewish roots, with the exception of the doctrine of original sin. He sees a parallel between the doctrine of atonement and that of nirvana , the avatar and the return of Christ reincarnation and predestination . These have in common an understanding that there are underlying causes to our suffering鈥攃auses that are unrelated to individual actions. For Schopenhauer, except for Kant鈥檚 work (which he felt was essential to an understanding of his own philosophy), every other reading was a waste of time, the only further exception being the

    55. Catalunya 1714 :: La P脿gina De La Filosofia
    Fil sof alemany conegut per la seva filosofia del pessimisme. Nascut a Danzig (ara Gdansk, Pol nia) el 22 de febrer de 1788. Biografia.
    http://webs.racocatala.cat/filosofia/fil-schopenhauer.htm

    56. Schopenhauer, Arthur
    Like Arthur Schopenhauer The World as Will and Presentation, by Schopenhauer, Volume 1, On the Basis of Morality, by Schopenhauer, Essay On The Freedom Of The Will, by
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    57. Schopenhauer S The World As Will And Idea
    Essay about motives of self-conflict in Schopenhauer s philosophy by Alex Scott.
    http://www.angelfire.com/md2/timewarp/schopenhauer.html
    Schopenhauer抯 The World as Will and Idea Arthur Schopenhauer抯 The World as Will and Idea (1818) is divided into four books. Each book has numbered sections. Book One describes the world as idea. The world is described as an object of experience and science in that it depends on the principle of sufficient reason. Book Two describes the world as the will, explaining how the will may be manifested in the world. Book Three discusses the Platonic Idea, which is different from intuitive or abstract ideas in that it does not depend on the principle of sufficient reason. Book Four discusses the ethical implications of the affirmation or denial of the will-to-live. Schopenhauer begins by saying that the world is an idea insofar as it is an object in the mind of a subject. To be a subject is to be a perceiver, and is not to be a perceived object. Insofar as a subject becomes a perceived object, the subject no longer exists. Subject and object are not a continuum, but have an either-or relationship. An object begins where a subject ends. According to Schopenhauer, all objects of perception must comply with the fourfold principle of sufficient reason, which has a physical form, a mathematical form, a logical form, and a moral form. The physical form of the principle of sufficient reason is the principle of becoming. The mathematical form of the principle of sufficient reason is the principle of being. The logical form of the principle of sufficient reason is the principle of knowing. The moral form of the principle of sufficient reaosn is the principle of acting.

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    59. Arthur Schopenhauer - Philosopher - Biography
    Get detailed biographical information about the German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer (22 February 1788 21 September 1860).
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        Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) Schopenhauer published in 1818 Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, in four books, with an appendix containing a criticism of the Kantian philosophy (Eng. trans. by R. B. Haldane and J. Kemp, 1883).
        Book One considers the world as idea. The idea is defined as an object of experience and science, and is dependent on the principle of sufficient reason. Book Two considers the world as the will, showing how the will manifests itself in the world. Book Three considers the Platonic Idea, which is the idea independent of the principle of sufficient reason. Book Four considers the ethical implications of the affirmation and denial of the will to life. Schopenhauer's metaphysics, as stated in The World as Will and Representation is structured through a small set of dichotomous divisions. Schopenhauer prided himself on the simplicity of this in comparison to Kant, whose system he compared to a Gothic cathedral. The basic distinction in Schopenhauer's metaphysics is between representation and the thing-in-itself. The thing-in-itself turns out to be will. The will is introduced in Book II, where its manifestations in nature are also examined. Book IV is also about the denial of will, self, and self-interest, producing for Schopenhauer a theory both of morality and of holiness, the former by which self-interest is curtailed for the sake of others, the latter by which all will-to-live ceases. Schopenhauer's greatest eloquence about the evils, sufferings, and futility of life, and its redemption through self-denial, occur there.

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