Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. Schopenhauer and Adorno on Bodily Suffering explores how the works of both philosophers revolve around an entwinement of pessimism and optimism, which links statements regarding the wrongness of the world to analyses of the human capability to experience compassion with bodily suffering and to the redeeming qualities of the arts.
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It is shown that the band adopts a Situationist celebration of consumerism on its first album, and turns inwards on its second album, criticizing the status-quo by representing life in the modern world. It is then argued that a combination of these approaches is found on their third album, resulting in the most successful form of critique. View on onlinelibrary. Whereas the first notion refers to a disconnection between the self and others, the world or nature, the He observes that, whereas Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche and Camus mainly approach these experiences in the context of religious and post-religious questions, the other thinkers he discusses conceptualize alienation and resonance in relation to analyses of a social, economic and political nature.
Friedrich Nietzsche , Schopenhauer , and True Detective. The main reason for this is that it revolves around the moral addendum: a physical impulse of solidarity with suffering beings that, he argues, cannot and should not be rationalized. In this paper, I bring in some often overlooked material to form a more complete overview of the issues at hand and to adjudicate this contested area. I conclude, however, that this weakness reflects a disturbing aspect of reality and in that sense has critical value. Peters discusses Schopenhauer and Adorno, two philosophers whose writings have hitherto not been extensively compared in the English-speaking academic world.
Focusing on their ideas about pain and bodily suffering, the author creates a Focusing on their ideas about pain and bodily suffering, the author creates a stimulating tension between the ahistorical nature of Schopenhauer's philosophy and the deeply historical character of Adorno's critical analyses. He explores the common themes in their work, in that both have been accused of defending pessimistic theories, in which the notion of freedom disappears and is replaced by an emphasis on metaphysical and social determination.
Without overlooking the differences between the two authors, Peters argues that Schopenhauer and Adorno's pessimism is intertwined with hopeful analyses of compassion with bodily suffering, the redeeming qualities of the arts, and descriptions of experiences of a metaphysical nature. His fascinating study enhances our understanding of Schopenhauer and Adorno and the former's influence on Critical Theory. It furthermore is a valuable contribution to our ideas about pessimism, optimism and social critique.