The World as Will and Representation: v. 2

The World as Will and Representation: v. 2

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Volume2 of the definitive English translation of one of the most important philosophical works of the 19th century, the basic statement in one important stream of post-Kantian thought. Corrects nearly 1,000 errors and omissions in the older Haldane-Kemp translation. For the first time, this edition translates and locates all quotes and provides full index."show more

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  • Paperback | 694 pages
  • 134.62 x 208.28 x 35.56mm | 748.42g
  • Dover Publications Inc.
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New edition
  • 0486217620
  • 9780486217628
  • 33,545

Table of contents

Volume II SUPPLEMENTS TO THE FIRST BOOK First Half The Doctrine of the Representation of Perception Through 1-7 of Volume I I. On the Fundamental View of Idealism II. On the Doctrine of Knowledge of Perception or Knowledge of the Understanding III. On the Senses IV. On Knowledge a Priori Second Half The Doctrine of the Abstract Representation or of Thinking V. On the Intellect Devoid of Reason VI. On the Doctrine of Abstract Knowledge of Perception to Abstract Knowledge VII. On the Relation of Knowledge of Perception to Abstract Knowledge VIII. On the Theory of the Ludicrous IX. On Logic in General X. On the Science of Syllogisms XI. On Rhetoric XII. On the Doctrine of Science XIII. On the Methods of Mathematics XIV. On the Association of Ideas XV. On the Essential Imperfections of the Intellect XVI. On the Practical Use of Our Reason and on Stoicism XVII. On Man's Need for Metaphysics SUPPLEMENTS TO THE SECOND BOOK XVIII. On the possibility of Knowing the Thing-in-Itself XIX. On the Primacy of the Will in Self-Consciousness XX. Objectification of the Will in the Animal Organism XXI. Retrospect and More General Consideration XXII. Objective View of the Intellect XXIII. On the Objectification of the Will in Nature without Knowledge XXIV. On Matter XXV. Transcedent Considerations on the Will as Thing-in-Itself XXVI. On Teleology XXVII. On Instinct and Mechanical Tendency XXVIII. Characterization of the Will-to-Live SUPPLEMENTS TO THE THIRD BOOK XXIX. On Knowledge of the Ideas XXX. On the Pure Subject of Knowing XXXI. On Genius XXXII. On Madness XXXIII. Isolated Remarks on Natural Beauty XXXIV. On the Inner Nature of Art XXXV. On the Aesthetics of Architecture XXXVI. Isolated Remarks on the Aesthetics of the Plastic and Pictorial Art XXXVII. On the Aesthetics of Poetry XXXVIII. On History XXXIX. On the Metaphysics of Music SUPPLEMENTS TO THE FOURTH BOOK XL. Preface XLI. On Death and Its Relation to the Indestructibility of Our Inner Nature XLII. Life of the Species XLIII. The Hereditary Nature of Qualities XLIV. The Metaphysics of Sexual Love     Appendix to the Preceding Chapter XLV. On the Affirmation of the Will-to-Live XLVI. On the Vanity and Suffering of Life XLVII. On Ethics XLVIII. On the Doctrine of the Denial of the Will-to-Live XLIX. The Road to Salvation L. Epiphilosophy   Indexshow more