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Arthur Schopenhauer on Object - Dictionary of Arguments

Korfmacher Schopenhauer zur Einführung Hamburg 1994

I 19/20
Object/thing/existence/being /Schopenhauer: everything in space, as a mere product of the brain, has no true being - it is empirically real but transcendentally ideal - it exists only as perceived by the subject. - ((s)> Berkeley)
Kant: a given object is only idea through our forms of knowledge.
Schopenhauer: here being an object and being an idea are always the same.


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