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Schopenhauer's stance on suicide focuses on the possibility of achieving freedom from suffering through the denial of the individual will-to-life. ... On the other hand, given Schopenhauer's philosophical framework, it negates that possibility and precludes consideration of any others. ... The first three might best describe the phenomenal self, while the last seems closest to the true self.4 Janoway writes: "The question whether Schopenhauer's higher view of death would be consoling is ...doi:10.4236/ojpp.2013.31002 fatcat:m4jldh7u45g6veiz4qqzbqgx7q
Tópicos, Revista de Filosofía
Schopenhauer took this view. ... of the body; his analyses of madness, sexual love and death; the importance he attaches to art-most of which had received precious little attention from philosophers prior to the publication of The World ...doi:10.21555/top.v19i1.353 fatcat:3xcp7abnu5f4zhc5bvgtiujsci
Journal of European Studies
In his appraisal of the chances of individual self-fulfilment, Herzen could not be accused of optimism in Schopenhauer’s sense. ... As he tells the pessimist in From the Other Shore, ‘I prize every fleeting pleasure, every minute of joy, for there are fewer and fewer of them...I should not say that my present point of view is a particularly ...
Schopenhauer’s biography and has established the fact that toward the end of his life his views were tinged with optimistic colors. ... On his seventieth annversary he took pleasure in the consoling idea of the Hindu Upanischad and of Flourens that the span of man’s life might reach a century. ...
The Unitarian Review
Count Giacomo Leopardi from his childhood up was sickly, and walked all through his life under the perpetual shadow of death. ... They aim at consoling their misery by the tender sentiments which they may awake in their readers. Their misery is the mark of their excep- tional nature. ...
This article aims to explain, in a propaedeutic way, the fundamentals about the conception of death in Schopenhauer. ... Hence, this research adopts the following methodological plan: initially it exposes the concept of will and representation regarding the phenomenon of death which throughout philosophical tradition proves ... Such views console us concerning death, and the animal is neither in need of nor capable of them. ...doi:10.22161/ijaers.812.47 fatcat:m6ngxbk53zarboounpnbfoudbq
the woman, whilst in death woman's consolation is passive. ... Hübscher concludes that a more detailed account of Schopenhauer's life is necessary for an understanding of his views on woman, a view echoed in much of the contemporary scholarship. ...doi:10.3860/krit.v2i2.854 fatcat:r4spkak3prgolfovn3zvdci3sy
the woman, whilst in death woman's consolation is passive. ... Hübscher concludes that a more detailed account of Schopenhauer's life is necessary for an understanding of his views on woman, a view echoed in much of the contemporary scholarship. ...doi:10.25138/2.2.a.9 fatcat:fesbr3hzu5fr7cykk5zxscor7a
the creation of moral personality through the exercise of will, the point of view changes, and the theories of pessimism are radically false. ... Schopenhauer finds it, like the Buddhist, in the ab solute negation of desire, the cessation of will. Death does not solve the problem. ...fatcat:qa4os25bwza3ll23dovqaubhwi
It is idle to read Nietzsche without a preliminary acquaintance (and a pretty thorough one) with Schopenhauer. 2 I have elaborated Schopenhauer's view of this subject in an article, "Schopenhauer's Type ... SI may be allowed to refer to my article, "Schopenhauer's Contact with Pragmatism," in the Philosophical Review, March, 1910. ... ' Schopenhauer's general view of the world is that of the relative idealist, but absolute realist. ...fatcat:bdsj5p25ofccnjy6meyrleibue
The main focus is on Schopenhauer's attacks on the affirmation of the will-to-live. ... In conclusion, it is claimed that Schopenhauer's synthesis of Plato's, Kant's and Hindu philosophy into a "single thought" is neither as original nor as convincing as he took it to be. ... In this, his view resembles Schopenhauer's. ...doi:10.22329/p.v2i1.52 fatcat:fr6y4nlwbbaovcyaevnzzqyd2q
This paper examines the cultural heritage of the end of the 19 th -the beginning of the 20 th century, which period is known for the crisis that struck all the spheres of life of the timesocial and economic ... The aim of this research is to identify the particularities of the subject-object relationship and how it forms in a literary work while enabling the author to build an adequate symbolist picture of the ... The "eternal nature" is subject to the expressions of will in the form of physical forces, which conforms to Schopenhauer's views. ...doi:10.1051/shsconf/20185001086 fatcat:bhjhvgprgzfyzdvzeuohvk2wua
Compare the lines of Theognis (83-86) to the effect that you could not find one shipload of really trustworthy and incorruptible men upon the face of the world. ... CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 9 Werke, vol. iii, p. 662. 10 Werke, vol. ii, pp. 393, 398; by this is meant seeking the harm and suffering of others, without expecting to gain thereby, that is, disinterestedly ... I 1 have elaborated Schopenhauer's view of this subject in an article, " Schopenhauer's Type of Idealism," published in the Monist, January, 1911. 8 1 may be allowed to refer to my article, "Schopenhauer's ...doi:10.1017/s0017816000007215 fatcat:inakt5kdvbfdjj5ihqje2x7m24
In spite of the differences in time, space and context, it is very interesting to see the great coalescence of Schopenhauer's Will with the ideation of Brahman in the Kena Upanishad. ... In this way, Schopenhauer's philosophical concepts of Will, ideas and better consciousness find their perfect explanation in the Kena Upanishad. ... vi) The Upanishad will provide solace in his life and will be ultimate consolation in his death. It shows his great affinity with the philosophy of Upanishad. ...doi:10.4038/sljssh.v2i1.57 fatcat:jynqqoxsuzax3kiws53qch4tfm
Filozofija i Društvo
In the second part, he deals with various channels of possible Buddhist influence on Schopenhauer's ethical thought. ... questions of the moral, esthetical, religious or metaphysical character. ... From the historical point of view it would be worthwhile to notice Schopenhauer's satisfaction with an obvious fact that "in the last forty years (i.e. since the first edition of the WWI -M. V.) ...doi:10.2298/fid0424163v fatcat:2strxvdsofbrfgariv77oposc4
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