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Il mondo come volontà e rappresentazione

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In edizione i Meridiani, Il mondo cone volontà e rappresentazione, il capolavoro di Schopenhauer che continua a esercitare una forte suggestione sul pensiero contemporaneo. Da segnalare il saggio introduttivo di Gianni Vattimo e un ampio corredo di note.
Hardcover, I meridiani, 1792 pages
Published 1992 by Mondadori (first published 1818)
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Erik Graff
Nov 20, 2013 Erik Graff rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: students of German idealism
Recommended to Erik by: no one
Shelves: philosophy
Having completed a thesis about Kant's influence on C.G. Jung in seminary, I wanted to proceed to an exhaustive study of the philsophical underpinnings of the psychiatrist's work. I'd read all of Jung and all of Kant and Nietzsche cited or owned by Jung. The third major influence was Schopenhauer, about whom I knew little except the fact that to Germans of Jung's generation, Schopenhauer was read like Nietzsche is today. The place to start, obviously, was his magnum opus, The World as Will and R ...more
Tom Schulte
Jul 24, 2011 Tom Schulte rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
From p. 62 of my edition: "every one who does not wish to remain uncultured, and ot be numbered with the ignorant and incompetent multitude, must study speculative philosophy." Well, I know what group I want to be in! This is my second time reading this massive, ambiotious & important work. The author recommends reading it twice, but maybe not tw decadeds between readings. Well, I hoppe to read it one more before I die and maybe that'll be OK. Preferably preceeded by some serious Kant. This ...more
Pierre E. Loignon
Apr 19, 2012 Pierre E. Loignon rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: philosophie
On trouve ici une philosophie qui se tisse en entrecroisant les fil des traditions indienne et occidentale pour nous enjoindre à dire un grand NON à la Volonté qui s’impose à nous. Schopenhauer assume d’ailleurs pleinement, sans pudeur, le fait d’être un réactionnaire radical et il en ressort plusieurs idées générales qui entraînent à la pensée, mais sans que l’émotion réactive dont elles sont issues soit médiatisée par la réflexion.
Aussi le voit-on souvent grogner, déverser sa haine de Hegel, c
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TarasProkopyuk
Данные избранные работы Артура Шопенгауэра оставили разные впечатления.

Что касается общего вывода - понравилась форма подачи материала и то каким образом автор умело и легко обобщает довольно сложно объяснимые вещи.

Должен сказать, что мне крайне трудно согласиться с философом не только со многими его выводами, но и с самими рассуждениями. По поводу приводимых аргументов, то с ними было ещё трудней согласиться. Самое удивительное это-то, что часто даже когда не согласен с аргументами автора я тем
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Jacques le fataliste et son maître
Un testo di filosofia che si legge tutto d’un fiato. Ti fa sentire intelligente (un po’ come i romanzi e i racconti di Th. Mann – che ammirava Schopenhauer e ha inserito la sua opera nei Buddenbrook). Non è poco. Consigliato attorno ai diciotto anni, credo.
Ho letto che la filosofia di Schopenhauer sarebbe come un albergo di lusso, dotato di tutti i comfort e gli svaghi, costruito sull’orlo di un abisso. Che altro si può desiderare?
Paola
Apr 06, 2015 Paola rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Mia edizione PUF 1966, è uno di quei libri da leggere prima di morire. Spero. Fare scheda appena possibile.
T4ncr3d1
Jan 29, 2011 T4ncr3d1 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Letto per l'Università.

Prima metà dell'800. La cultura tedesca vive i suoi anni migliori, sotto la spinta del romanticismo e dell'idealismo. Hegel insegna all'Università: le sue sono le lezioni più seguite. Tutti sono convinti che non ci sarà più bisogno di altri filosofi in futuro, perché Hegel ha già detto tutto.
Poi improvvisamente arriva un certo Arthur Schopenhauer che, dal suo piccolo, afferma con tranquillità e leggerezza che Hegel non ha capito assolutamente niente. E scrive un libro (un

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Tom Schulte
Jul 24, 2011 Tom Schulte rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
From p. 62 of my edition: "every one who does not wish to remain uncultured, and ot be numbered with the ignorant and incompetent multitude, must study speculative philosophy." Well, I know what group I want to be in! This is my second time reading this massive, ambiotious & important work. The author recommends reading it twice, but maybe not tw decadeds between readings. Well, I hoppe to read it one more before I die and maybe that'll be OK. Preferably preceeded by some serious Kant. This ...more
Frederick
Typical nearly indecipherable German philosopher. There were a couple of things in this volume I found interesting like his statement that suffering is essential to life and that there is no knowledge without a knower present. In other places it almost seems as if he is saying that there is no reality apart from some person perceiving it. This seems to reflect the ancient humanistic ideal that man is the measure of all things.
pedro gabriel b.
Feb 25, 2016 pedro gabriel b. rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
a remarkable kantian criticism, influencing directly on nietzsche's philosophical growth and his conception of the will to power, even on freud's topology of the being. it is, despite its idealist premises borrowed from eastern philosophy at times, a beautiful resketch of western metaphysics
Aaron Crofut
Ontology just isn't my thing. A lot of unnecessary verbiage, the bane of many otherwise good or great books. The idea of will being a factor different from physical laws is very important but not unique to Schopenhauer.

I'm content to take existence of myself and other things for granted.
Josefk
Oct 19, 2012 Josefk rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Henüz istemeyle dolu olanların tümü için, istemenin toptan askıya alınmasından sonra geriye kalan, yokluktur. Ama tersine, istemenin ters çevrildiği, kendini yadsıdığı kişide, bu bizim dünyamız, gerçek olarak, bütün güneşleri, galaksileriyle yokluktur.
Marius
Nov 29, 2012 Marius rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Viața mea se împarte în două: prima parte până să citesc „Lumea ca Voință și Reprezentare” și a doua parte după ce am citit „Lumea ca Voință și Reprezentare”.
Laura
May 10, 2013 Laura marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Laura by: Bettie
Tedi Mason
I like his ideas but think they could be a bit more rosy... Why must pessimism and cynicism rule the world?
Jakob
Jul 27, 2008 Jakob rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
One of those books that you become infatuated with in your youth. For better or worse...
Umut Celik
Oct 11, 2011 Umut Celik rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Schopenhauer is one of the philosophers that has to be read.
Oscarverywild
Aug 05, 2012 Oscarverywild rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
berbat bir çeviri, karınca duası gibi fontlar
Serdar
Başka bir çeviride görüşmek üzere.
Jaume Prat Vallribera
Difícil, pero fructífero...
Mer
Apr 20, 2007 Mer rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Cranky ol' bastard.
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Arthur Schopenhauer was a German philosopher best known for his work The World as Will and Representation. Schopenhauer attempted to make his career as an academic by correcting and expanding Immanuel Kant's philosophy concerning the way in which we experience the world.

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