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Otto Weininger

Data de nascimento: 3. Abril 1880
Data de falecimento: 4. Outubro 1903

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Otto Weininger foi um filósofo austríaco. Em 1903 pubblicou Geschlecht und Charakter , que se tornou popular após o suicídio de Weininger, aos 23 anos. A obra ainda é considerada genial por muitos, dentre os quais o filósofo Ludwig Wittgenstein.

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„Most of the time man does not do what he wills, but what he has willed. Through his decisions, he always gives himself only a certain direction, in which he then moves until the next moment of reflection. We do not will continuously, we only will intermittently“

— Otto Weininger
Context: Most of the time man does not do what he wills, but what he has willed. Through his decisions, he always gives himself only a certain direction, in which he then moves until the next moment of reflection. We do not will continuously, we only will intermittently, piece by piece. We thus save ourselves from willing: principle of the economy of the will. But the higher man always experiences this as thoroughly immoral.

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