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Course HST 438. THE WILL AND THE SELF (4).

A seminar on three major figures of nineteenth-century German intellectual history: Arthur Schopenhauer, Friedrich Nietzche, and Robert Musil. The central theme is the emergence of philosophical irrationalism, a distinctive view of human nature that developed in the context of modern science from Newton to Darwin to Einstein.

For more information, contact: DAVID BISHOP, 322B Milam Hall, 541-737-8918

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