By Otto Weininger
Along with his suicide in 1903, on the age of 23, Otto Weininger turned a valuable determine within the mythology of fin-de-siecle Vienna. This quantity of essays, released posthumously, is a sequel to his booklet, intercourse and personality, which was once banned through Nazi censors. this can be its first translation into English.
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K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 1997), p. ) The efficacy in this case, however, is admittedly magical. xxxi the woman his better self” (32). It thus cannot be Solveig, no matter how much she may love him, who causes Peer's redemption. It must be “the Solveig within him” who redeems him from hatred of his higher self, makes possible self-love, leads him to the recognition and acceptance of his higher moral potential. That this implies using the actual Solveig as a means is the paradox which leads Weininger to conclude the essay with a consideration of male/female relations in some of Ibsen's other plays, as well as in some of Wagner's works.