Born in 1788 and died in 1860.
Fiercely anti-Helgian and pro-Kant.
Held an extreme contempt for women.
Main contribution is his doctrine of the will, which hugely influenced Freud's work on the unconscious.
Wrote 'A Dialogue on Religion' which closely parallels Freud's 'A Future of an Illusion'. Described Freud as 'A greater Christian, there never was'.
Also came up with the 'Negative Therapeutic Reaction' which is when the patient tries to stop the cure.
Doctrine of the Will
Also known as 'The World as Will and Representation'.
The world we 'see' through our eyes is…
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