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Indeed, Schopenhauer would remain the most important influence on Mainländer's later philosophical work.
In 1863, Mainländer returned to Germany to work in his father's business.
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In the same year, he also penned the three part poem ("The Last Hohenstaufens").
Two years later, on October 5, Mainländer's 24th birthday, his mother died.
From February of that year on, Mainländer's mental collapse – which has been compared to the collapse Nietzsche would suffer years later on the night on April 1, 1876, Mainländer hanged himself in his residence in Offenbach, using a pile of copies of The Philosophy of Redemption (which had arrived the previous day from his publisher) as a platform. It was noted by critics that his work reveal a gentle and warmhearted personality.
Philipp Mainländer (October 5, 1841 – April 1, 1876) was a German poet and philosopher.
Born Philipp Batz, he later changed his name to "Mainländer" in homage to his hometown, Offenbach am Main.
In March 1869, Mainländer worked in the banking house J. Magnus in Berlin with the declared goal of amassing a small fortune within a few years and then leading a decent life from the interest earnings.
However, the stock market crash at the ), totally ruined Mainländer and caused a sudden end to these plans.