The present volume offers continuing commentary on Schopenhauer’s principal work. It includes twelve essays that provide close textual readings and critical commentary on the core themes of the work. The volume concludes with a survey of the reception history of Schopenhauer’s philosophy.
Professor Christopher Janaway BA, DPhil Oxford Professor, Faculty Director of Graduate School. Professor Christopher Janaway is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southampton. Before moving to Southampton in 2005, Chris Janaway taught at Birkbeck, University of London and at the University of Sydney.
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Kant conceived of the task of securing the objectivity of knowledge as the challenge to establish the possibility of a priori knowledge. Not indeed of a priori knowledge tout court, but of a priori.Read More
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Christian Pfeiffer’s research interests are in ancient philosophy, in particular Aristotle. He is also interested in contemporary metaphysics. Current research projects include a monograph on Aristotle’s Metaphysics H as well as series of articles connected to topics in Aristotle’s Physics and Metaphysics.Read More
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) was a German philosopher, known for his book The World as Will and Representation. Though he never accepted such labels, his philosophy is known for its pessimistic view of existence in general, and for its misanthr.Read More
Jonathan Riley is Professor of Philosophy. His degrees include B.A. Honours (Queen’s at Kingston) and D.Phil. (Oxford). He has been awarded several fellowships, including a 2000-2001 Rockefeller Fellowship (Center for Human Values, Princeton) and a 2002-2003 NEH Fellowship (National Humanities Center).Read More
Guido Kreis, “Cassirer and Rousseau: The Problem of a Universal Principle of Justice,” trans. Philip Schauss, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 38:2 (2017), pp. 267-87. About GFPJ The Journal, published semi-annually in association with the Department of Philosophy at The New School for Social Research, provides a forum in which contemporary authors engage with the history of philosophy.Read More
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Or is it just that they are very skilled in the art of persuation? That is exactly what it is. They are people who use subtle tricks to convince other people to agree with them. Based on a lifetime of observing opinion-forming by two authors, The Art of Always Being Right shows you the 38 ways that will convince people that you are right.Read More