Self and World in Schopenhauer's Philosophy

Self and World in Schopenhauer's Philosophy

Christopher Janaway


Janaway presents a close and significant account of Schopenhauer's significant philosophical success: his account of the self and its relation to the area of items. The author's method of this subject is ancient, but is designed to teach the philosophical curiosity of such an process. He explores in strange intensity Schopenhauer's frequently ambivalent relation to Kant, and highlights the impression of Schopenhauer's view of self and international on Wittgenstein and Nietzsche, in addition to tracing the numerous issues of touch among Schopenhauer's notion and present philosophical debates concerning the self.

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