Arthur Schopenhauer


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Noun1.Arthur Schopenhauer - German pessimist philosopher (1788-1860)Arthur Schopenhauer - German pessimist philosopher (1788-1860)
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The episode is appropriately titled 'Hedgehog's Dilemma,' a reference to Arthur Schopenhauer's metaphor for human intimacy.
The work of the nineteenth-century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer is Gray's starting point in his discussion of this subtle concept.
La huella de Arthur Schopenhauer. En compania de Macedonio Fernandez y Xul Solar.
Arthur Schopenhauer is, like Santayana, an atheist whom Gray respects.
The work on Geulincx could, however, have been supplemented with more systematic attention to the influence of Arthur Schopenhauer. Pecora briefly acknowledges the philosopher as the source for "pensum" and "the original sin of having been born" but avoids further discussion of, say, mysticism in Schopenhauer, his account of issueless desire and of tragedy, his debunking of free will, or his critique of theodicy.
He called it "Schopenhauer", after Arthur Schopenhauer's "Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung" (The World as Will and Representation).
Para nao negligenciar uma admissivel impossibilidade de isencao do presente autor sobre aquilo que observa e coloca em evidencia neste percurso textual, e partindo do principio no qual a escolha previa destas imagens ja denunciam o carater antropomorfico desta fala, vamos observar como Arthur Schopenhauer aponta em O mundo como vontade e representacao (1988), esta contaminacao do sujeito com o seu modo de entendimento exclusivo daquilo que ve e entende:
A Hoffman, Arthur Schopenhauer, and later Richard Wagner maintained that it was precisely its unmediated quality that allowed music to access Platonic ideas that transcend the sensory realm.
They examine the political context of the book; comparison to the works of Erskine Caldwell; Agee's position as a southerner in the literary culture of 1930s Manhattan; the use of a cinematic eye for the sharecroppers' homes and possessions; links between Agee and writers like William Wordsworth, Arthur Schopenhauer, Fyodor Dostoevsky, John Berger, Federico Garcia Lorca, and Herman Melville; Agee as a forefather of New Journalism; his concept of irony; the conflict of art and nature in the book; and the portrayal of space.
Psychotherapists: Should we meet Arthur Schopenhauer?