By Christopher Hamilton
Christopher Hamilton attracts as a lot on literature as he does on philosophy, together with the tragic theatre, and doesn't easily suggest an account of our tragic situation yet explores the character of philosophy itself, supplying a critique of philosophy's self-understanding. He contributes to the talk over 'the dying of tragedy', presents a critique of contemporary advantage ethics, indicates a unique interpretation of the evil of Auschwitz, and explores points of the paintings of a few of these thinkers who've visible our as tragic, in addition to that of these who've refused to discover comfort for our tragic in philosophy - or whatever else.
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A Philosophy of Tragedy by Christopher Hamilton