Schopenhauer and the Aesthetic Standpoint

28th April 2016


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Schopenhauer’s philosophy is well known for a deeply ingrained pessimistic quality. Vasalou carefully and subtly unpacks and analyses the elements of Schopenhauer’s conception of philosophical practice, suggesting that it is fundamentally and demonstrably an aesthetic practice. The book will interest those involved in studies of Schopenhauer and nineteenth-century German philosophy.