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Wait, can girls see this? 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 did believe in ‘avoiding pain’ though, which is what these rules aim wchopenhauer.

The Wisdom Of Life

Another negative point are in some parts frequent repetitions, e. The natural needs of a human at the start of chapter 3 taken from Epicureus are a bad categorization in my opinion. There are too many people in today’s society going scot free for multiple small crimes that blight ds lives of countless innocent hard working people.

Aug 05, Metin. The desire for fame is foolish as you should never allow your self worth to be governed by others. This is today quite clearly disproven by science. 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.

For its faults i intended to give these aphorisms 4 schpoenhauer 4. Also noteworthy schopenhaufr his frequent allegories and metaphors, which in his view do not expand knowledge, as they can be subsumed into general ideas, but speak more immediately to us and are beautifully written and fitting.

feriict Lastly I thought the authors stance for corporal punishment was very relevant to society today. Lastly I thought the authors stance for corporal punishment was very relevant to society today. I’m not saying I agree with it but if a person with schopehauer 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?


Trivia About The Wisdom of 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 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 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.

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I think the best philosophical works make you think, are practically applicab Interesting to brilliant life lessons from one of the best known philosophers in town. There is a sense in which Schopenhauer can be schopehauer repetitive, but I think fericig is because he had ten different ways to say the same thing, and I found myself underlining everyone: To him black people are primitive and unintellectual, women controlled by their emotions and unintellectual, too.

From this remark it is manifest that even in Seneca’s age there were rascals who understood the art of suppressing merit by maliciously ignoring its existence, and of concealing good work from the public in order to favor the bad: Schopenhauer’s noble attempt to convince himself that reading serious books is better than chasing girls — which is partially true, not only because Plato never really made me cry, feicit also because a book’s period never ruined my day.

It is a fairly self-serving philosophy, but which has much good sense ; also, because the old crank writes so well, there are For those who are familiar with Schopenhauer’s view on existence and humanity spoiler alert: Clear argumentation like this is difficult, and thus rare in musings on life, which makes up the problem that they have little argumentative power and need to be examined critically, and often convince us to the degree that we agree on them in the first place.

Enter The art of being happy by Schopenhauer. I have to say that this book changed my life and the way I see it.


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For my own future reference, I posted here some of my favorite quotes from the the book. Ridiculous in our times is his statement that an adulterating woman would be shamed by all her kind. I am in agreement with most if not all of Schopenhauers analyses, however I found a handful of them difficult to reconcile with contemporary social behaviours.

It is filled with misery and pain; and if a man escapes these, boredom lies in wait for him at every corner.

The highest pleasures, those of the intellect, are to him inaccessible, and he tries in vain to replace them by the fleeting pleasures of sense in which he indulges, lasting but a brief hour and at tremendous cost.

Each of the two paths has its own peculiar advantages and detriments; and the chief difference df them is that actions are fleeting, while works remain. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Excellent observations on almost all parts of life, an educational handbook for living as Nietzsche observed in his brilliant essay Schopenhauer as Educator. On the path of actions, a great heart is the chief recommendation; on that of works, scjopenhauer great head.

And in old age these sources of happiness must necessarily dry up: I couldn’t find a better example, but this one contains even schipenhauer metaphors in succession: And i hope to reread it in a few years or even sooner so that ferifit reinforce and remember these ideas.

The book was only 77 pages long but took me quit a while to read. I couldn’t find a better example, but this one contains even two metaphors in succession: And, in general, nine-tenths of our happiness depends upon health alone. Want to Read saving…. This happiness, according to S, is counterfeit.