A Companion to Schopenhauer
February 2012, Wiley-Blackwell
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“This volume as a whole does a fine job in discussing these. And, unlike the volume on Hegel, this one can be used by students and readers new to Schopenhauer; this will be a good companion.” (Reference Reviews, 26 August 2012)
“The essays uniformly succeed in engaging their topics in ways that will make them accessible to intermediate undergraduates but also interest graduate students and scholars. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Intermediate to advanced undergraduates and above.” (Choice, 1 September 2012)
This wide-ranging and absorbing collection of essays presents some of the finest Schopenhauer scholarship today. Its twenty-five chapters bring to life the power and provocativeness of Schopenhauer’s thought on everything from metaphysics to architecture, cognition to color theory, and Indian philosophy to aesthetics. Taken together, they constitute a timely reminder of how philosophy has been enriched by this maverick and much-neglected thinker.
-Simon May, King's College London