Arthur Schopenhauer's English Schooling

Arthur Schopenhauer's English Schooling

 
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ISBN13:9780367440770
ISBN10:0367440776
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
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Originally published in 1988 Arthur Schopenhauer's English Schooling examines the famous German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, and his image of England and the influences and experiences which formed that image, notably his visit to England in 1803. His philosophy, when he came to formulate it, showed the pervasive influence of his English reading, was riddled with allusions to his three months at Wimbledon School, and was indeed in many ?English' style; above all it was a philosophy designed as a refutation of ?Christianity' as understood and practised by his English headmaster, who is the invisible bete noire behind it. In the course of the book two major figures who have hitherto been known only by name are identified and their lives related. The book also examines many background figures in Schopenhauer's English diary and the letters addressed to him in 1803. This book, which is based on a wide variety of hitherto unknown material from many different sources, will permanently modify our view of his philosophy; it also has important implications for educationalists and for all interest in the history of ideas.

Originally published in 1988 Arthur Schopenhauer's English Schooling examines the famous German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, and his image of England and the influences and experiences which formed that image, notably his visit to England in 1803. His philosophy, when he came to formulate it, showed the pervasive influence of his English reading, was riddled with allusions to his three months at Wimbledon School, and was indeed in many ?English' style; above all it was a philosophy designed as a refutation of ?Christianity' as understood and practised by his English headmaster, who is the invisible bete noire behind it. In the course of the book two major figures who have hitherto been known only by name are identified and their lives related. The book also examines many background figures in Schopenhauer's English diary and the letters addressed to him in 1803. This book, which is based on a wide variety of hitherto unknown material from many different sources, will permanently modify our view of his philosophy; it also has important implications for educationalists and for all interest in the history of ideas.
Tartalomjegyzék:
Preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
1 The Schopenhauers and England
2. Richard Jameson
3. Arthur Schopenhauer's English Diary
4. Arthur Schopenhauer's English Headmaster
5. Parson Lancaster at Wimbledon
6. Letters to Schopenhauer at Wimbledon
7. Wimbledon School
8. After-Effects
Bibliography
Index