The World as Will and Idea
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    The World as Will And Idea, Volume 1 | Arthur Schopenhauer

    The World as Will And Idea, Volume 1

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    • By Arthur Schopenhauer
    • Narrated By Leighton Pugh
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    Schopenhauer was just 30 when his magnum opus, Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, a work of considerable learning and innovation of thought, first appeared in 1818.

    Much to his chagrin and puzzlement (so convinced was he of its merits), it didn't have an immediate effect on European philosophy, views and culture. It was only decades later that it was recognised as one of the major intellectual landmarks of the 19th century.

    There is no philosophy without Schopenhauer!!!!!

    As a member for more than 10 years , I was always on the look out for it..#1....

    Reviewed on March 18 2017 by eric carter ()
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    The World as Will and Idea, Volume 2 | Arthur Schopenhauer

    The World as Will and Idea, Volume 2

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    • By Arthur Schopenhauer
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    The original edition of The World as Will and Idea appeared in 1818, but in 1844 Schopenhauer published an expanded version. It contained the 'Criticism of the Kantian Philosophy', a lengthy document; and Supplements to the First Book (The Doctrine of the Idea of Perception) and the Second Book (The Doctrine of Perception or Knowledge of the Understanding).

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    The World as Will and Idea, Volume 3 | Arthur Schopenhauer

    The World as Will and Idea, Volume 3

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    • By Arthur Schopenhauer
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    In this final part to Schopenhauer's momentous and hugely influential work, his original and wide-ranging observations are as lively as ever. Though cast as a 'pessimist' by history, he is anything but that to read - and listen to. Here are the last supplementary comments his original work (published 1818), the fruit of decades of further reflection.

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