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Lunch Lecture Philosophy: Arthur Schopenhauer

Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) was a romantic philosopher who stated that the world in its deepest essence consisted of nothing but blind will. How did he come to such drastic and pessimistic insights? Why did he see himself as the one and only heir of Kant? And what about his troubled relationship to universities and women? Dr. Nolen Gertz, assistant professor of Applied Philosophy (UT), explains.

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