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Transcendent speculations on apparent design in the fate of the individual

Arthur Schopenhauer

Transcendent speculations on apparent design in the fate of the individual

by Arthur Schopenhauer

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Published by Watts in London .
Written in English


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Translation, with modifications, of Transzendente Spekulation über die anscheidende Absichtlichkeit im Schicksale des Einzelnen, from Parerga und Paralipomena.

Statementtransl. ... by David Irvine.
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Open LibraryOL20854570M

  Table of Contents General editor's preface; Editorial notes and references; Introduction; Notes on text and translation; Chronology; Bibliography; Parerga and Paralipomena: Volume 1; Preface; Sketch of a history of the doctrine of the Ideal and the Real; Fragments for the history of philosophy; On university philosophy; Transcendent speculation on the apparent deliberateness in the fate of the Brand: Cambridge University Press. I hugely admire Ms. Detweiler as an author for coming up with and tackling difficult plots. That's partly the reason I was such a huge fan of her first book, Immaculate, about a teenage girl who is a virgin and pregnant. Transcendent had another heavy plot - it begins with the bombing of Disney World and news reports about terrorists called "the Judges" killing so many innocent people/5.

With the publication of the Parerga and Paralipomena in , there finally came some measure of the fame that Schopenhauer thought was his due. Described by Schopenhauer himself as 'incomparably more popular than everything up till now', the Parerga is a miscellany of essays addressing themes that complement his work The World as Will and Author: Schopenhauer, Arthur. In his splendid essay called “ On an Apparent Intention in the Fate of the Individual,” Schopenhauer points out that when you reach an advanced age and look back over your lifetime, it can seem to have had a consistent order and plan, as though composed by some that when they occurred had seemed accidental and of little moment turn out to have been indispensable factors in.

Transcendent Speculation on the Apparent Deliberateness in the Fate of the Individual Essay on Spirit Seeing and everything connected therewith Aphorisms on . - Arthur Schopenhauer, Transcendent Speculation upon a Apparent Intention in the fate of the Individual "Reality is God's dream," - Whitley Strieber, Communion (Quoting a seven year old child who had apparently been abducted by aliens.) Go to Chapter One.


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Transcendent speculations on apparent design in the fate of the individual: Schopenhauer, Arthur: : : Arthur Schopenhauer. Get this from a library. Transcendent speculations on apparent design in the fate of the individual. [Arthur Schopenhauer; David Irvine]. pg Transcendent speculation on the apparent deliberateness in the fate of the individual Although the ideas to be given here do not lead to any firm result, indeed they might perhaps be termed a mere metaphysical fantasy, I could not bring myself to consign them to oblivion, since to many a man they will be welcome, at any rate as a comparison with his own that he may have entertained on the.

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Introduction; Chapter I Fundamental Division; Chapter II What a Man is; Chapter III What a Man has; Chapter IV What a Man represents; Chapter V Counsels. in Schopenhauer’s “Transcendent Speculation upon an Apparent Intention in the Fate of the Individual” (), we regard our life as it draws to a close, or at any point in its entirety, as a book being written by some unknown hand.

parerga and paralipomena, volume 1 Contents 3 Preface 5 Sketch of a history of the doctrine of the ideal and the real 7 Fragments for the history of philosophy 31 On university philosophy Transcendent speculation on the apparent deliberateness in the fate of the individual Essay on spirit-seeing and related issues File Size: KB.

In “Transcendental Speculation on Apparent Design in the Fate of the Individual,” Schopenhauer also assumes the role of global cartographer. Principles of causality, he tells us, may measure the course of a single human life like a meridian described on a globe, but there are also lines of longitude that represent the interactions between lives of separate individuals.

Parerga and Paralipomena (Greek for "Appendices" and "Omissions", respectively; German: Parerga und Paralipomena) is a collection of philosophical reflections by Arthur Schopenhauer published in The selection was compiled not as a summation of or introduction to Schopenhauer's philosophy, but as augmentary readings for those who had already embraced it, although the author maintained it.

Arthur Schopenhauer, in his essay called "Transcendent Speculation on the Apparent Deliberateness in the Fate of the Individual," points out that when you reach an advanced age and look back over your lifetime, it can seem to have had a consistent order and plan, as though composed by some novelist.

General editor's preface; Editorial notes and references; Introduction; Notes on text and translation; Chronology; Bibliography; Parerga and Paralipomena: Volume 1; Preface; Sketch of a history of the doctrine of the Ideal and the Real; Fragments for the history of philosophy; On university philosophy; Transcendent speculation on the apparent deliberateness in the fate of the individual /5().

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The english translation appears in Parerga and Paralipomena Vol. 1,[Clarendon Press, }- beginning on page You will be able to find this book at Barnes & This is the only complete English translation of one of the most significant and fascinating works of the great philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer ().

The Parerga (Volume 1) are six long essays; the Paralipomena (Volume 2) are shorter writings arranged under thirty-one different subject-headings.

These works won widespread attention with their publication inhelping to secure. Schopenhauer, Arthur. “Transcendent Speculation on the Apparent Deliberateness in the Fate of the Individual.” Parerga and Paralipomena: Short Philosophical Essays.

Oxford: Clarendon Press, Seay, Chris, and Greg Garrett. The Gospel Reloaded: Exploring Spirituality and Faith in the Matrix. New York: Pinion Press,   Schopenhauer had unusual views on mysticism which may be best revealed in an essay, from his book Parerga and Pralipomena, entitled "Transcendent Speculation on the Apparent Deliberateness in the Fate of the Individual" (starts on page of my copy, Volume I, Oxford U.

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