Parerga and Paralipomena: Volume 1: Six Long Philosophical Essays: Six Long Philosophical Essays by Arthur Schopenhauer

Parerga and Paralipomena: Volume 1: Six Long Philosophical Essays: Six Long Philosophical Essays

byArthur SchopenhauerEditorE. F. J. Payne

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E. F. J Payne produced authoritative translations ofThe World as Will and Representation, The Basis of Morality, and The Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason.
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Title:Parerga and Paralipomena: Volume 1: Six Long Philosophical Essays: Six Long Philosophical EssaysFormat:PaperbackPublished:November 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Volume 1E.F.J. Payne: Translator's IntroductionPreface1. Sketch of a History of the Doctrine of the Ideal and the Real Fragments for the History of Philosophy2. On Philosophy at the Universities3. Transcendent Speculation on the Apparent Deliberateness in the Fate of the Individual4. Essay on Spirit Seeing and everything connected therewith5. Aphorisms on the Wisdom of LifeVolume 21. On Philosophy and its Methods2. On Logic and Dialectic3. Ideas concerning the Intellect generally and in all Respects4. Some Observations on the Antithesis of the Thing-in-Itself and the Phenomenon5. A few Words on Pantheism6. On Philosophy and Natural Science7. On the Theory of Colours8. On Ethics9. On Jurisprudence and Politics10. On the Doctrine of the Indestructibility of our True Nature by Death11. Additional Remarks on the Doctrine of the Vanity of Existence12. Additional Remarks on the Doctrine of the Suffering of the World13. On Suicide14. Additional Remarks on the Doctrine of the Affirmation and Denial of the Will-to-Live15. On Religion16. Some Remarks on Sanskrit Literature17. Some Archaeological Observations18. Some Mythological Observations19. On the Metaphysics of the Beautiful and Aesthetics20. On Judgement, Criticism, Approbation, and Fame21. On Learning and the Learned22. On Thinking for Oneself23. On Authorship and Style24. On Reading and Books25. On Language and Words26. Psychological Remarks27. On Women28. On Education29. On Physiognomy30. On Din and Noise31. Similes, Parables, and FablesSome VersesSelected BibliographyIndex