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Über den Tod

Tugendhat, Ernst.

tugendhat_tod"Cicero was scared of death, Cato desired it, Socrates was indifferent to it". What does death mean for us? When reflecting on this question the great language philosopher Ernst Tugendhat comes inevitably to the question about the sense of life. "Life is not a commodity, but it can, partly through happy circumstances, partly however through us, gain sense; can, doesn’t have to."

Über den Tod [About Death] by Ernst Tugendhat has been translated into Serbian (excerpt) by Dejan Aničić under the title O smrti, published by Karpos, Loznica.

Reviews: Умрећете сами (Ненад Даковић) , Filozofsko razumevanje smrti (Dobrica Gajić)

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