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Dark Matters traces the dual traditions of philosophical pessimism and the problem of suffering, from roughly Bayle to Schopenhauer. It argues that pessimism is oriented crucially on a moral aim: to find a way of speaking of suffering that offers consolation and does justice to the fragility of life.
- History of ideas
- Intellectual history
- Problem of evil
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The Theodicean Turn: The Theodicean Turn: Pessimism & the Problem of Evil in the Early Enlightenment
1/10/17 → 31/01/21