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The Knowledge and Nature
Chapter Three Schopenhauer and the Limits of Language
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abstract aesthetic contemplation analysis of bodily annihilation appears apprehension Arthur Schopenhauer ascetic death attempt Atwell bodily agency body Bryan Magee Buddhist causality Chapter Christopher Janaway claim Clarendon Press cognition complete concepts consciousness Copleston denial Ding-an-sich distinction E.F.J. Payne empirical entirely existence experience Fourfold Root Frederick Copleston Gardiner genius grades Hamlyn human Ibid illuminism immediate inconsistent individual inner nature insight intellectual interpretation introspective intuitive knowledge intuitive perception Janaway Kant Kant's Kantian knower knowing subject known language Magee manifest in representation merely metaphor metaphysical mysticism natural death Neeley Nirvana noumenal noumenon object objectification Oxford Parerga and Paralipomena phenomenal world phenomenon philosophy of language Platonic Ideas possible precisely principle of sufficient priori forms reality realm recognizes relation remains saint salvation Schopenhauer's philosophy Schopenhauer's thought space specific subject of knowing sufficient reason suggest t]he theory thing-in thing-in-itself things trans transcendental idealism true ultimate understanding virtue Weiner words Young