Understanding Schopenhauer through the Prism of Indian Culture
Philosophy, Religion and Sanskrit Literature
Ed. by Barua, Arati / Gerhard, Michael / Koßler, Matthias
Aims and Scope
Arthur Schopenhauer was the first Western thinker who incorporated thoughts of the Upanishads in his own philosophy. His appreciation for Indian philosophy and culture is quite well known. Presently serious research work is going on in different disciplines in different academic institutions and universities in the West to examine the influence of Indian philosophy and culture in the philosophical thinking of Germany, particularly in relation to Arthur Schopenhauer and vice versa.
This book provides a common platform for interaction to the scholars from East and West to express their views on the link between Eastern and Western philosophy. It significantly contributes to a better understanding not only of the connection between Schopenhauer and Indian philosophical systems but also of the increasing interest in this relation.
The book includes papers of eminent scholars. The papers shed new light on the relationship between Schopenhauer's philosophy and the different aspects of Indian philosophy and culture, and thus offer a rich source of research material.
- x, 254 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Schopenhauer, Arthur; Indian Philosophy; Religion; Intercultural Relations; Indogerman Literature