Kant’s and Fichte’s ethics as sources of Schopenhauer’s philosophy
... Fichte’s System of Ethnics contributed to Schopenhauer’s understanding of will as the primary essence of all things and the idea of its absolute and unconditional nature and its primacy over cognition. Sixthly, some of the key aspects of Schopenhauer’s pessimism are rooted in Fichte’s philosophy. Seventhly, in the first edition of his dissertation, Schopenhauer advocated Kant’s ethics and formulated the supremacy of the better consciousness over the empirical as noumenal freedom and truly moral ...
«Only when asleep you feel alive»: life and death in the Russian linguocultural consciousness (based on Russian proverbs and sayings)
... consciousness, on the basis of Russian proverbs and sayings. The author explains the specificity of these maxims, and provides an additional interpretation of several examples. In conclusion, the author explains the reasons for the general sense of pessimism of the Russians and reveals the fundamental intellectual basis for black humor in the analyzed linguocultural tradition.
1. Берестнев Г. И. Языковая реконструкция идеологии сакрального: ...
Wry humor as a philosophy
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Berestnev G., Tsvetkova A.
pessimism, wry humor, mindset, concepts, human, semiotics, creolized texts, verbal texts
Schliesslich will man ja Kunst schaffen. Daniel Kehlmanns humoristische Poetik («Finally, there is a need to create art»: Daniel Kehlmann’s humoristic poetics)
... Kehlmann’s oeuvre is often interpreted as ‘ironic’ and thus put on a par with works following Friedrich Schlegel’s tradition of Romanticism. It would be more accurate to speak of ‘humour’ in the context of Schopenhauer’s philosophy of pessimism characteristic of the 19th century poetic realism. The central element is not nurturing ennui resulting from awareness of the con-trast between the ideal and reality, but rather cheerful disposition (consola-tion) in the face of reality.
Moral inscrutability and self-constitution in Kant (translated from the English by V. Belonogova and D. Khizanishvili, edited by V. Chaly)
... Metaphysics, 58(3), pp. 571—84.6. Felicitas Munzel, G., 1999. Kant’s Conception of Moral Character: The “Critical” Link of Morality, Anthropology, and Reflective Judgment. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.7. Frierson, P., 2010. Kantian Moral Pessimism. In: Anderson-Gold, S. and Muchnik, P. eds., 2010. Kant’s Anatomy of Evil. Cambridge University Press. pp. 33—56.8. Frierson, P., 2011. Freedom and Anthropology in Kant's Moral Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.9. Guyer, P., 2000. Kant ...