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The will to live : selected writings of Arthur Schopenhauer

Author: Arthur Schopenhauer; Richard Taylor
Publisher: New York : F. Ungar Pub. Co., [1967, ©1962]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Arthur Schopenhauer; Arthur Schopenhauer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Schopenhauer; Richard Taylor
ISBN: 0804458596 9780804458597 0804468478 9780804468473
OCLC Number: 887321
Description: xxvii, 365 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Introduction / [Richard Taylor] --
On man's need of metaphysics --
Transcendent considerations concerning the will as thing in itself --
Chracterisation of the will to live --
On the objectification of the will in unconscious nature --
The metaphysics of the love of the sexes --
The life of the species --
On the assertion of the will to live --
On death and its relation to the indestructibility of our true nature --
Comparative anatomy --
On the senses --
On the vanity and suffering of life --
On the suffering of the world --
The vanity of existence --
On the comparative place of interest and beauty in works of art --
On the inner nature of art --
The way of salvation --
Free-will and fatalism --
Human nature --
Of women --
The Christian system --
On genius --
The art of controversy.
Responsibility: edited by Richard Taylor.

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