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Everything is meaningless! Says the Philosopher

“Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Philosopher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.” Now that was rather pessimistic yes? Yet these bitterly resounding words are ascribed to a king who is known for his unparalleled economic advancement and growth, not to mention his … Continue reading

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Arthur Schopenhauer – Upanishads – Random Selections

In light of the Upanishads… The World as Will and Representation – Vol 1 – Random Selections. By Arthur Schopenhauer. Translated and edited by Judith Norman, Alistair Welchman & Christopher Janaway. Narrated & adapted for video by Jason Youngman. Click … Continue reading

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Arthur Schopenhauer: In Light of the Upanishads

In light of the Upanishads… The World as Will and Representation Vol 1 §63 (Eternal Justice) By Arthur Schopenhauer. Translated and edited by Judith Norman, Alistair Welchman and Christopher Janaway. Narrated & adapted for video by Jason Youngman Click here … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Arthur Schopenhauer

SCHOPENHAUER – A Very Short Introduction By Christopher Janaway (2002) Oxford, New York Narrated & adapted for video by Jason Youngman Based on chapter one: Schopenhauers life and works VERY SHORT INTRODUCTIONS – Oxford University Press Discover a new topic … Continue reading

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Immortality – Transcendental vs Immanent knowledge

IMMORTALITY: A DIALOGUE THE ESSAYS OF ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER STUDIES IN PESSIMISM Volume Four Translated by T. Bailey Saunders Adapted & narrated by Jason Youngman Ever wonder why philosophers are stereotypically seen as depressed and sombre individuals who like to find … Continue reading

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