On Genius: Affirmation and Denial from Schopenhauer to Wittgenstein Jerry S. Clegg

ISBN: 9780820423708

Published: August 1st 1994

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211 pages


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On Genius: Affirmation and Denial from Schopenhauer to Wittgenstein  by  Jerry S. Clegg

On Genius: Affirmation and Denial from Schopenhauer to Wittgenstein by Jerry S. Clegg
August 1st 1994 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 211 pages | ISBN: 9780820423708 | 6.66 Mb

One of the most significant events in European intellectual history of the last century and a half was the injection by Schopenhauer of a subjective brand of Neo-Platonism into Post-Kantian thought. This study first describes Schopenhauers positionMoreOne of the most significant events in European intellectual history of the last century and a half was the injection by Schopenhauer of a subjective brand of Neo-Platonism into Post-Kantian thought. This study first describes Schopenhauers position by concentrating on his account of the Genius, and proceeds to trace reactions to that figure in the works of Nietzsche, Jung, Freud, and Wittgenstein.

The authors ambition is two fold: to resolve certain issues of interpretation regarding the positions of those following Schopenhauer, and to relate the history of a movement that encompassed both ordinary language philosophy, psychoanalysis, analytic psychology, and the work of Nietzsche.



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