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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A few guidelines are vague and theoretical, so I skimmed those, but the practical ones are often genious. Fate is cruel, and mankind is pitiable. Schopenhauer on happiness, with clear thinking and precise deepness. I saw people claim that this book gets ffericit bit repetitive which might be true but the important thing is that the ideas you get exposed to are so great that schopenjauer little repetition is good to help you really understand them.
Another negative point are in some parts frequent repetitions, e. La saggezza della vita by Arthur Schopenhauer. You may enjoy reading them if you got the time. 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, but also because a book’s period never ruined my day.
For those who are familiar with Schopenhauer’s view on existence and humanity spoiler alert: Thankfully culture moved beyond that, and this should be taken as a historical note. But in the other case, when the first explosion is over, the noise it makes grows less and less, and is heard by fewer and fewer persons; until it ends by the action having only a shadowy existence in the pages of history.
Изкуството да бъдем щастливи by Arthur Schopenhauer (5 star ratings)
Not fame, but that which deserves to be famous, is what a man should hold in esteem. There is not a single word or line that is not a quotable. Ridiculous in our times is his statement that an adulterating woman would be shamed by all her kind.
In other words, his center of gravity is not in himself; it is constantly changing its place, with every wish and whim. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Another negative point are in some parts frequent repetitions, e.
Изкуството да бъдем щастливи
The advice of avoiding being drawn into a duel initially seemed irrelevant, but while we no longer sett A really great book with some excellent takeaways Aug 05, Metin. I did not reach the last chapter on Fame, as it did not interest me but the rest of the book was well worth the read.
Also the greater importance of skill and schopnehauer over possession and fame. With health, schopehauer is a source of pleasure; without it, nothing else, whatever it may be, is enjoyable; even the other personal blessings,—a great mind, a happy temperament—are degraded and dwarfed for want of it.
I saw people claim that this book gets a bit repetitive which might be true but the important thing is that the ideas you get exposed to are so great that a little repetition is good to help you really understand them. Excellent observations on almost all parts of life, an educational handbook for living as Nietzsche observed in his brilliant essay Schopenhauer as Educator.
The author quotes Socrates who 2, years ago believed that men waste their leisure time on frivolous persuits. I have more additions and some objections to Schopenhauer’s ideas, but they should not draw out this review. An intellectual man in complete solitude has excellent entertainment in his own thoughts and fancies, while no amount of diversity or social pleasure, theatres, excursions and amusements, can ward off boredom from a dullard. On the path of actions, a great heart is the chief recommendation; on that of works, a fwricit head.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The true reason, however, is rather the fact that the man feeicit has been born into a position of wealth comes to look upon it as something without which he could no more live than he could live dee air; he guards it as he does his very life; and so he is generally a lover of order, prudent and economical.
People who have been born and bred in good circumstances are as a rule much more careful about the future, more economical, fe fact, than those who, by a piece of good luck, have suddenly passed from poverty to wealth. Do the right thing but don’t care too much for what other people think.
This happiness, according to S, is counterfeit. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
One more thing perhaps that could soften his misanthropy: And i hope to reread it in a few years or even sooner so that i reinforce and remember these ideas.
Schopenhauer is brilliant, but from schopenhaue fifty rules collected in this work, many rules are frequently repeated. I love this book.