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AuthorDarnoi, Dennis N. Kenedy. author
TitleThe Unconscious and Eduard von Hartmann [electronic resource] : A Historico-Critical Monograph / by Dennis N. Kenedy Darnoi
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1967
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9568-3
Descript 198 p. 2 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

No man can live without ideas, for every human action, internal or external, is of necessity enacted by virtue of certain ideas. In these ideas a man believes; they guide his actions, and ultimately his whole life. Study of these ideas and principles is one of the distinctive tasks of the history of philosophy. But were we to restrict the field of interest of the history of philosophy to a mere detached academic "cataloguing" of past ideas, the history of philosophy itself would have joined long ago the interminable line of barren catalogued ideas. The study of the wisdom of past ages, however, is very much alive. Not only is it alive, but in the words ot Wilhelm Dilthey: "What man is, he learns through history. "l Thus, the culture of every generation is inevitably related, whether thetically or antithetically, to the previous one, and the politiยญ cal and economic struggles of any present are always the consequences of an earlier and perhaps even fiercer battle of ideas. I t is imperative to know the history of the philosophies that nourish the present if we wish to know ourselves and the world about us. The Socratic call to self-knowledge is as indispensable a condition of a truly human existence today as it was in the fifth century B. C


CONTENT

I. Von Hartmannโ{128}{153}s Life, His Relation to Kant, Schoperhauer, Hegel, and Schelling -- II. Method of Inquiry -- III. Discovery and Realm of Operation of the Unconscious -- IV. Division and Kinds of the Unconscious -- V. Historical Genesis of the Notion of the Unconscious -- VI. Pessimism and Axiology -- VII. Philosophy of Morals -- VIII. Philosophy of Religion -- Conclusion


Philosophy Ethics Metaphysics Religion -- Philosophy Philosophy Metaphysics Philosophy of Religion Ethics



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