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On Human Nature

On Human Nature

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On Human Nature
by
Arthur Schopenhauer
Translated by T. Bailey Saunders, M.A.
eBooks@Adelaide 2004
Table of Contents
Translator’s Preface.Human Nature.Government.Free-Will and Fatalism.Character.Moral Instinct.Ethical Reflections.
This web edition published by eBooks@Adelaide.
 
Rendered into HTML by Steve Thomas.Last updated Friday July 09 2004.For offline reading, the complete set of pages is available for download fromhttp://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/s/schopenhauer/arthur/human/human.zip
 
The complete work is also available as a single file, athttp://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/s/schopenhauer/arthur/human/complete.html
 
A MARC21 Catalogue record for this edition can be downloaded fromhttp://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/s/schopenhauer/arthur/human/marc.bib
 
eBooks@AdelaideThe University of Adelaide LibraryUniversity of AdelaideSouth Australia 5005
 
Arthur SchopenhauerOn Human Nature
Translator’s Preface.
The following essays are drawn from the chapters entitled
 Zur Ethik 
and
 Zur  Rechtslehre und Politik 
which are to be found both in Schopenhauer’s
Parerga
and inhis posthumous writings. As in my previous volumes, so also in this, I have omitted afew passages which appeared to me to be either antiquated or no longer of any generalinterest. For convenience’ sake I have divided the original chapters into sections, whichI have had to name; and I have also had to invent a title which should express their realscope. The reader will find that it is not so much
 Ethics
and
Politics
that are heretreated, as human nature itself in various aspects.T.B.S.
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