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  • The World as Will and Representation (Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung) is the central work of the German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer.

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German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer wrote a strong text to explain his belief system in "The World as Will and Representation." Rather than viewing the world as a construct within itself, Schopenhauer argued that the world exists beyond the five senses. He believed that rather than seeing an object in its true form, we only see and understand ...

German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer wrote a strong text to explain his belief system in "The World as Will and Representation." Rather than viewing the world as a construct within itself, Schopenhauer argued that the world exists beyond the five senses. He believed that rather than seeing an object in its true form, we only see and understand ...

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These internal problems with Kant's argument suggest to Schopenhauerthat Kant's reference to the thing-in-itself as a mind-independentobject (or as an object of any kind) is misleading. Instead,Schopenhauer maintains that if we are to refer to the thing-in-itself,then we must come to an awareness of it, not by invoking therelationship of causality — a relationship where the cause andthe effect are logically understood to designate different objects orevents (since self-causation is a contradiction in terms) — butthrough another means altogether. As we will see in the next section,and as we can see immediately in the title of his main work —The World as Will and Representation — Schopenhauerbelieves that the world has a double-aspect, namely, as“Will” (Wille) and as representation(Vorstellung).