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Philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer

Author: Arthur Schopenhauer; Ernest Belfort Bax; T Bailey Saunders; James Gibson Hume
Publisher: New York : Tudor, 1936.
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Schopenhauer, Arthur, 1788-1860.
Philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer.
New York : Tudor, 1936
(OCoLC)605290598
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Schopenhauer; Ernest Belfort Bax; T Bailey Saunders; James Gibson Hume
OCLC Number: 2300096
Description: xii, 332 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: The wisdom of life --
Introduction --
Division of the subject --
Personality, or what a man is --
Property, or what a man has --
Position, or a man's place in the estimation of others --
Reputation --
Pride --
Rank --
Honor --
Fame --
Essays --
Sketch of a history of the doctrine of the ideal and the real --
Fragments of the history of philosophy --
On the same --
Pre-Socratic philosophy --
Socrates --
Plato --
Aristotle --
Stoics --
Neoplatonists --
The Gnostics --
Scotus Erigena --
Scholasticism --
Bacon of Verulam --
The philosophy of the moderns --
Further observations on Kantian philosophy --
Observations on Schopenhauer's philosophy --
On philosophy and its method --
Some reflections on the antithesis of thing-in-itself and phenomenon --
Some words on pantheism --
On ethics --
On the doctrine of the indestructibility of our true mature by death --
On suicide --
Constitutions to the doctrine of the affirmation and negation of the will-to-live.
Responsibility: translated by Belfort Bax and Bailey Saunders ; with a special introduction by James Gibson Hume.

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