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Schopenhauer on Self, World and Morality

Vedantic and Non-Vedantic Perspectives

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This volume is a unique collection of philosophical essays on various aspects of Schopenhauer's understanding of the nature and character of the world through the classical philosophies of the Vedanta and Buddhism and classical and modern thinkers like Bhartṛhari, Tagore, and Wittgenstein. It includes reflective insights about Schopenhauer and the metaphysics of the world, the self, and morality from scholars who have pioneered the philosophical study of the relation between Schopenhauer and Indian schools of thoughts and intellectual history. This insightful volume is a good academic resource for further research in comparative philosophy of Schopenhauer and the Indian tradition. 
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Chapter 1. Introducing Schopenhauer's Philosophy of  the World, Self and Morality in the light of Vedantic and Non-Vedantic  Wisdom Arati Barua.- Chapter 2. Some Remarks on the Present State of Research on Schopenhauer and Indian philosophy M. Kossler. Part I Schopenhauer, the Vedas and Vedantas. I.I Self, World and Morality.- Chapter 3. Self, World and Morality: Schopenhauer, Wittgenstein and Vedanta R. C. Pradhan.- Chapter 4. The Upanishadic Views on Self, World and Morality: An Assessment with Special Reference to Arthur Schopenhauer Jayantee Priyadarshini Sahoo.- Chapter 5. Schopenhauer’s comments on morality in the Oupnek’hat Mitri Martina Kurbel. I.II Schopenhauer and the Vedas.- Chapter 6. The Quintessence of the Upanishadic Wisdom and the Solace of Schopenhauer's life K. M. Pathak.- Chapter 7. Reason, Emotion and Beyond: Revisiting Schopenhauer, Bhartṛhari and Abhinavagupta Ajay Verma.- Chapter 8. Circumscribing the Meeting of Schopenhauer and the Vedas: Gaudapada, Sankara and Vedanta Manish Sharma. Part II Schopenhauer and Buddhism.- Chapter 9. Compassion and solidarity in Schopenhauer and the Upanishads Thomas Regehly.- Chapter 10 On the “Philosophy of Saintliness”: K. E. Neumann’s German Translations of the Buddha’s Discourses and Schopenhauer’s Philosophy Stephan Atzert.- Part III Schopenhauer and Tagore.- Chapter 11 Schopenhauer and Tagore on the “ Vanity of existence”: A parallel and comparative study S. Ray.- Chapter 12. Overcoming principium individuationis: Schopenhauer and Tagore Indu Sarin. Part IV Schopenhauer, Wittgenstein and Aurobindo.- Chapter 13. Journey from Pessimism to Optimism in Schopenhauer, Wittgenstein and Tagore’s philosophy Bhaskar Bhattacaryya.- Chapter 14. Will to live or no-will to live? The points of convergence of the thoughts of Schopenhauer, Wittgenstein, and Aurobindo on living a meaningful life K. C. Pandey. Bibliography. Index.

 

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