Willing and Unwilling: A Study in the Philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer

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Chapter 1 Idealism § 1 Introduction Schopenhauer says that his philosophy grows out of Kant's, as from its "parent stem" (WR I p.501). ...
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Call number B3148.Y68 1987
ISBN(s) 9789024735563   9048183030   9024735564
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