Philo 1 (2):36-48 (1998)

Abstract
Friedrich Nietzsche referred to Arthur Schopenhauer as the first inexorable atheist among German philosophers. Yet Schopenhauer’s philosophy---in particular his discussion of “compassion” as the basis of morality---can serve as a starting point for dialogue among Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, Christians, Muslims, and atheistic humanists, all of whom need to address what Raimundo Panikkar calls “The Silence of God.”
Keywords Philosophy and Religion
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ISBN(s) 1098-3570
DOI 10.5840/philo19981215
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