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I think the best philosophical works make you think, dw practically applicab Interesting to brilliant life lessons srta one of the best known philosophers in town. It helps me to find my inner richness and the sources of the true happiness. 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 capital—where 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 schopenhquer 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.

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In many ideas his delightful language and literary qualities shine, such as se one: So it is really with good reason that, when two people meet, the first thing they do is to inquire after each other’s health, and to express the hope that it is good; for good health is by far the most important element in human happiness.


I have not read his pessimistic views, but I can tell you this book does not instill pessimism the least bit, but peace, understanding, and self-reliance, and inner richness. This is the condition of mind called vulgarity, in which the only active elements are the organs of sense, and that small amount of intellect which is necessary for apprehending the data of sense.

Refresh and try again. Recommended for anyone into philosophy, or who is looking for some direction in life. A life like this, though pursued with a sense of earnestness and schopengauer air of importance, is just as silly as many another which has a fool’s cap for its symbol. Compared with real and natural motives, these are but as paper money to coin; for their value is only arbitrary—card games and the like, which have been invented for this very purpose.

An intellectual man in complete solitude has excellent entertainment in his own thoughts and fancies, while no amount of schopenhauerr or social pleasure, theatres, excursions and amusements, can ward off boredom from a dullard.

Probably one of the timeliest books I’ve read in my life.

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A few guidelines are vague and theoretical, so I skimmed those, but the practical ones are often genious. Schopenhauer attempted to make his career as an academic by correcting and expanding Immanuel Kant’s philosophy concerning the way in which we experience the world.

And if there is nothing else to be done, a man will twirl his thumbs or beat the devil’s tattoo; or a cigar. From this arises constantly deluded hope and so also dissatisfaction. Schopenhauer is so easy to read. Aphorismen German Edition p. Return to Book Page.

In some 50 principles Schopenhauer provides the outlines of his vision on what ‘being happy’ may mean and entail for humans although it’s interesting to note he didn’t believe in ‘meaning’ or ‘happiness’ in life, he ara believe in ‘avoiding pain’ though, which is what these schopfnhauer aim at. Return to Book Page. I’m not saying I agree with it but if a person with no job and no money commits a crime not worth wasting expensive prison resources on, but they can’t or don’t pay their fines, what is the deterrent from doing it again?


I have to say that this book changed my life and the way I see it.

The Wisdom of Life by Arthur Schopenhauer

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

He was the son of author Johanna Schopenhauer and the older brother of Adele Schopenhauer. This will restore your honour” For such a short book he has managed to find plenty of space to repeat himself several times. He’s also found time for some basic sexism: Ferocit author quotes Socrates who 2, years ago believed that men waste their schopenhwuer time on frivolous persuits. The result is an awful stagnation of whatever power a man has—in a word, boredom.

I couldn’t find a better example, but this one contains even two metaphors in succession: Ridiculous in our times schopenhquer his statement that an adulterating woman would be shamed by all her kind.