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Kant in 90 Minutes by Paul Strathern. He was also a completely confident authority that trusted his own intellect and intuition at all times- instead of diluting his ideas will appeals to authority and footnotes. Kierkegaard in 90 Minutes by Paul Strathern. Heidegger was disciple of Husserl.
Audio Cassette Verified Purchase. Socrates in 90 Minutes by Paul Strathern. His great novels burst upon the European literary scene like a succession of thunderbolts. And although we can be aware of our actions on two levels: He was also correct that Hegel was a fraud- and that Kant was pure genius.
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The latter, which is replaced by the Will, does not take part in cause and effect. I cannot think of a better way to introduce oneself and one’s friends to Western civilization. English Choose a language for shopping. Finally several suggested further reading titles are also included.
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By the way, Schopenhauer was a lot bigger deal then some people think as he influenced Nietzsche, Freud, Einstein, and a whole slew of other high power propeller heads.
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If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title eg. Known as the philosopher of pessimism, Schopenhauer’s philosophy reflected his personality.
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Kierkegaard wasn’t really a philosopher in the ac… More. Although Hegel was the philosophical rage of the day, Arthur, like everyone else too could not understand him. In fact, in man is the will supreme. Put simply, as strathetn anticipating Philosiphers Jung, Schopenhauer viewed the Will as a universal force — as a kind of collective consciousness, as it were, one that irradiates all phenomena.
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We must come to grips with our finitude. Read Currently Reading Want to Read. His presentations were a lot more interesting then most of my philosophy professors and my professors were, on the whole, great! Proper philosophical thinking can only be done in German or ancient Greek the primordial language ; Italian, French, Spanish and English are not appropriate for philosophy since they are based pqul Latin which is a dead language.
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Marx in 90 Minutes by Paul Strathern. Pretend Person Top Contributor: Descartes in 90 Minutes by Paul Strathern. Oh, by the way, I do not agree with the author that Schopenhauer was a nasty piece of work.