SCHOPENHAUER AS A MUSIC PHILOSOPHER

Keywords: Schopenhauer, Philosophy of Music, Philosophy of Art, Aesthetic

Abstract

The philosophy of art, or more generally, aesthetic doctrines, has consisted of debates on the basic subjects of philosophy since Ancient Greece. The studies on the investigation of what is beautiful started in Antiquity; however, they were handled systematically together with Kant's Critique of Judgement. Philosophers interested in aesthetics prior to Schopenhauer dealt with the art of music consistently within their own systems, without the need for a separate philosophy of music. The views of these philosophers can be considered as a foundation in this field as the first studies of the literature of the music philosophy.

This study will explore how Schopenhauer's thoughts about music were influenced by the philosophers before his time, his criticisms towards them and the role of his relevant claims in the philosophy of music. In addition, the study will also focus on whether Schopenhauer's views on music are likely to be called a music philosophy.

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Published
2019-08-25
How to Cite
ERENÖZLÜ, S. (2019). SCHOPENHAUER AS A MUSIC PHILOSOPHER. JOURNAL OF ARTS, 2(3), 129-140. https://doi.org/10.31566/arts.2.009
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Articles