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description Journal article public Diálogos Journal

Schopenhauer and the Oupnek'hat

Roberto Pereira Veras
Published September 2021

Abstract

This article intends to explain in a synthetic way a philosophical orientation on the theory of Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860), with the sacred philosophy of hinduism. To do so, we will analyze in a hermeneutic-conceptual form volumes I and II of his work The world as will and representation of 1819, as well as the Upanishads; Isha, Kena and Mundaka. In doing so, we will be aware of the elements and tendencies that gave the philosopher of Danzig the authentic access of Eastern philosophy, as well as the relation existing in his thought that inexorably establishes an analogy still in youth as an edifying element in his main thesis about Will. In this way, we will perceive that the Will acts in its most varied degrees of objectification by structuring the existence of things through a plurality of states that result in the univocity of the essence of being as thing-in-itself.

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