Schopenhauer, Arthur

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  1. February 22, 1788 in Danzig
  2. September 21, 1860 in Frankfurt am Main
  3. Philosoph
  4. Rudolstadt, Weimar, Dresden, Berlin, Mannheim, Frankfurt am Main

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Schopenhauer in 1855 (Source: Wikimedia)
Schopenhauer's birthplace house, ul. Św. Ducha (formerly Heiliggeistgasse) (Source: Wikimedia)
Schopenhauer in his youth (Source: Wikimedia)
Schopenhauer in 1815. Portrait by Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl. (Source: Wikimedia)
Sculpture of Arthur Schopenhauer by Giennadij Jerszow (Source: Wikimedia)
1855 painting of Schopenhauer by Jules Lunteschütz (Source: Wikimedia)
Grave at the Hauptfriedhof in Frankfurt (Source: Wikimedia)
In his main work, Schopenhauer praised the Dutch Golden Age artists, who "directed such purely objective perception to the most insignificant objects, and set up a lasting monument of their objectivity and spiritual peace in paintings of still life. The aesthetic beholder does not contemplate this without emotion."[47] (Source: Wikimedia)
Bust in Frankfurt (Source: Wikimedia)
Schopenhauer at age 58 on 16 May 1846 (Source: Wikimedia)
Photo of Schopenhauer, 1852 (Source: Wikimedia)
Schopenhauer's philosophy took Kant's work as its foundation. While he praised Kant's greatness, he nonetheless included a highly detailed criticism of Kantian philosophy as an appendix to The World as Will and Representation. (Source: Wikimedia)
Sculpture of Schopenhauer by Elisabeth Ney (Source: Wikimedia)
Commemorative stamp of the Deutsche Bundespost (Source: Wikimedia)

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