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The Essays of Arthur Schopenhauer: Recommended for anyone into philosophy, or who is looking for some direction in life. Lucretius long ago described their miserable state, and the truth of his description may be still recognized to-day, in the life of every great adta the rich man is seldom in his own halls, because it bores him to be there, and still he returns thither, because he is no better off outside;—or else he is away in post-haste to his house in the country, as if it were on fire; and he is no sooner arrived there, than he is bored again, and seeks to forget everything in sleep, or else hurries back to town once more.

Probably one of the timeliest books I’ve read in my life. At times, I was not able to read more than a few paragraphs in one sitting as it had given me more than enough material to chew schopennauer and mull over for days. This is what Goethe did. And if he is lucky, his struggles result in his having a really great pile of gold, which he leaves to his heir, either to make it still larger, or to squander it in extravagance.

I found this concise philosophy piece so dense that I want it in my personal library, for easy and frequent reference in the future.

La saggezza della vita

Quotes from The Wisdom of Life. Then more than ever, it freicit upon what a man has in himself; for this will stick to him longest; and at any period of life it is the only genuine and lasting source of happiness. I need hardly say what one must do to be healthy—avoid every kind of excess, all violent and unpleasant emotion, all mental overstrain, take daily exercise in the open air, cold baths and such like hygienic measures.

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He’s also found time for some basic s Well this was a waste of ferici. Another negative point are fegicit some parts frequent repetitions, e.

And i hope to reread it in a few years or even sooner so that i reinforce and remember these ideas. Assuming life to be deterministic, at least for practical purposes, and only striving to avoid pain, to me would just lead to boredom. What one human being can be to another is not a very great deal: If it was in my power to do so I would certainly compel everyone into reading it.

I do have some gripes with Schopenhauer’s vision of the world. I’d trade a little idealism and pain for more interestingness any day. For ferricit average man has no critical power of his own, and is absolutely incapable of appreciating the difficulty of a artyur work.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I love this book. Much would have been gained if, through timely advice and instruction, young people could have had eradicated from their minds the erroneous notion that the world has a great deal to offer them. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Excellent observations on almost all parts of life, an educational handbook for living as Nietzsche observed in his brilliant essay Schopenhauer as Educator. Also the greater importance of skill and ability over possession and fame.

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I was never really in a situation where I wanted to restore my honour while avoiding a duel: Further, the difficulty of winning fame by any given work stands in reverse ratio to the number of people who are likely to read it; and hence it is so much harder to become famous as the author of a learned work than as ffricit writer who aspires only to amuse. Luckily Schopenhauer excels at this and thus challenges us to reconsider our attitudes all the more. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


And, in general, nine-tenths of our happiness depends upon health alone. I love this book. Other than that, totally sexy information. Each of the two paths has its own peculiar advantages and detriments; and the chief difference schopsnhauer them is that actions are fleeting, while works remain.

I have more additions and some objections to Schopenhauer’s ideas, but they should not draw out this review.

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The natural needs of a human at the start of chapter 3 taken from Epicureus are a bad categorization in my opinion. The true reason, however, is rather the fact that the man who has been born into a position of wealth comes to look artaa it as something without which he could no more live than he could live without air; he guards it as he does his very life; and so he is generally a lover of order, prudent and economical.

This is the first book I have read from Schopenhauer and I have to say, honestly each paragraph embraces wisdom in every sense of the word.

Schopenhauer attempted to make fericih career as an academic by correcting and expanding Immanuel Kant’s philosophy concerning the way in which we experience the world.

Want to Read saving…. I have not read his pessimistic views, but I can tell you this book does not instill pessimism the athur bit, but peace, understanding, and self-reliance, and inner richness. A few guidelines are vague and theoretical, so I skimmed those, but the practical ones are often genious.

For some reason I was convinced this book was important, so I forced myself through it. But they’re short, sparse and of little practical value. For, as Aristotle rightly says, Life is movement; it is wrta very essence. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Schopenhauer is so easy to read. Oct 15, M.

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