Schopenhauerian love

Schopenhauerian

Definitions

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  • adjective Of or relating to Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860), German philosopher known for his pessimism and clarity.

Etymologies

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Schopenhauer +‎ -ian

Examples

  • Coming out of Wittgenstein's Notebooks, written in 1914-16, and correspondence with Russell, Moore and Keynes, and showing Schopenhauerian and other cultural influences, it evolved as a continuation of and reaction to Russell and Frege's conceptions of logic and language.

    Ludwig Wittgenstein

  • Does Schopenhauerian resignation make people act like Schopenhauer?

    Questions about F’ing Utopia « Gerry Canavan

  • Does Schopenhauerian resignation make people act like Schopenhauer?

    Questions about F'ing Utopia

  • Does Schopenhauerian resignation make people act like Schopenhauer?

    October « 2007 « Gerry Canavan

  • This, like the first part of “The Soothsayer”, is obviously a reference to the Schopenhauerian Pessimism.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • A deep respect is due the Schopenhauerian philosopher who looks upon the world, finds that its essence is evil, and turns towards insensitive calm.

    A Preface to Politics

  • "Historia Amoris" is concluded by a Schopenhauerian essay on "The Law of Attraction."

    The Merry-Go-Round

  • He enters, and after some delirious pages not to be described in words the pair fall to talk in Schopenhauerian terminology about the light and the dark.

    Richard Wagner

  • Wotan seeks to explain his position in quasi-Schopenhauerian terminology and at immense length.

    Richard Wagner

  • It is no desire of mine to scoff at the Schopenhauerian, Feuerbachian notions working in Wagner's brain when he planned the _Ring_, and wrote its finest music; in art -- as in business, if it comes to that -- one judges by results and results only.

    Richard Wagner Composer of Operas

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