Eros and Inwardness in Vienna : Weininger, Musil, Doderer
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David S. Luft, Eros and Inwardness in Vienna: Weininger, Musil, Doderer
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Description Details Customer Reviews Although we usually think of the intellectual legacy of twentieth-century Vienna as synonymous with Sigmund Freud and his psychoanalytic theories, other prominent writers from Vienna were also radically reconceiving sexuality and gender. His account emphasizes the distinctive intellectual world of liberal Vienna, especially the impact of Schopenhauer and Nietzsche in this highly scientific intellectual world. According to Luft, Otto Weininger viewed human beings as bisexual and applied this theme to issues of creativity and morality.
Robert Musil developed a creative ethics that was closely related to his open, flexible view of sexuality and gender.
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