UNIVERSAL GUILT AS ETHICAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN PHILOSOPHY, CHRISTIANITY, BUDDHISM AND BRAHMANISM

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2020-05-01

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Rodrigues, Eli Wagner [UNESP]

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Univ Federal Paraiba

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Schopenhauer affirms an identity between Christianity, Buddhism and Brahminism in relation to the notion of human and world guilt. According to the philosopher, the three religions affirm a guilt that is carried by the human being due to his own existence. Considering the problem of the sources to which Schopenhauer resorted in his studies on Eastern religions, especially in relation to the Upanishads, it is questioned in this article whether the position of approximation and imputative identity in relation to the human being and the world, affirmed by him, in fact, sustainable based on the arguments presented in the two volumes of the World as will and representation and in Parerga and Paralipomena.

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Guilt, Christianity, Buddhism, Brahmanism

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Aufklarung-revista De Filosofia. Paraiba: Univ Federal Paraiba, v. 7, n. 2, p. 79-92, 2020.