posted by Meme on .
According to Arthur Schopenhauer, "Thus the world must be recognized, from one aspect at least, as akin to a dream, indeed as capable of being put in the same class with a dream." His idea reflects the 19th century question about the nature of experience. In comparing the views of David Hume, Immanuel Kant, Georg Hegel, and Arthur Schopenhauer, which view of experience seems closest to how you view the world? Briefly explain this philosopher's view as it compares to your view.
I wonder why the question ignored the role and view of experience as described by Dewey, John Stuart Mill, Alex Bain, and John Venn, and especially, Dewey. Those views reflect my views of the world, of course, I am a scientist.
Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote an essay "Experience". You might find some additional viewpoints there.
We will be happy to critique your thinking.
The key to that question is the word "you". After you choose one of those philosophers that most refects your view, then you will be able to write the paper explain how and why you chose that philosopher.