Schopenhauer - Kierkegaard: Von der Metaphysik des Willens Zur Philosophie der Existenz

De Gruyter (2011)
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This book undertakes an extensive study of the constellation of two eminent thinkers of post-idealism for the first time. The contributions in this volume analyze the relationship between Schopenhauer and Kierkegaard systematically and historically from a number of thematic perspectives: metaphysics and ethics, freedom and original sin, existential philosophy and the theory of suffering, art and aesthetics, religion and science. The book also goes into Kierkegaard s explicit disagreement with Schopenhauer and last but not least discusses the conflicting poles of idealism and modernity. The volume is rounded off by a first complete and annotated German translation of the notes on Schopenhauer, which Kierkegaard wrote in his late journals."



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Niels Jørgen Cappelørn
University of Copenhagen
Lore Hühn
University of Freiburg
Philipp Schwab
University of Freiburg

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