Book review : Language, logic, and mathematics in Schopenhauer

Ryan, Christopher (2023) Book review : Language, logic, and mathematics in Schopenhauer. History and Philosophy of Logic. ISSN 1464-5149


This is a book review of "Language, Logic, and Mathematics in Schopenhauer" edited by J. Lemanski (Springer Studies in Universal Logic, Cham, Birkhäuser, 2020).

Schopenhauer is best known as the metaphysician of the will and ethicist of its negation. Studies of his thought naturally gravitate towards these two, dramatic portions of his system, regarding the epistemological framework he outlined in the first book of The World as Will and Representation as little more than the prelude or overture to the central acts concerning the will’s objectification, its gradual withdrawal through art and morality, and his system’s soteriological finale.

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