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Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Scholars are those who have read in books, but thinkers, men of genius, world-enlighteners, and reformers of the human race are those who have read directly in the book of the world.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “There are, first of all, two kinds of authors: those who write for the subject’s sake, and those who write for writing’s sake.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Newspapers are the second hand of history. This hand, however, is usually not only of inferior metal to the other hands, it also seldom works properly.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “So the problem is not so much to see what nobody has yet seen, as to think what nobody has yet thought concerning that which everybody sees.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Life is a stage where the worst actor plays the king while the best actor the beggar.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “I constantly saw the false and the bad, and finally the absurd and the senseless, standing in universal admiration and honour.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “All happiness is of a negative rather than positive nature, and for this reason cannot give lasting satisfaction and gratification, but rather only ever a release from a pain or lack, which must be followed either by a new pain or by languor, empty yearning and boredom.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “If you want to earn the gratitude of your own age you must keep in step with it. But if you do that you will produce nothing great. If you have something great in view you must address yourself to posterity: only then, to be sure, you will probably remain unknown to your contemporaries; you will be like a man compelled to spend his life on a desert island and there toiling to erect a memorial so that future seafarers shall know he once existed.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The man never feels the want of what it never occurs to him to ask for.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Empirical sciences prosecuted purely for their own sake, and without philosophic tendency are like a face without eyes.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Many books serve merely to show how many ways there are of being wrong, and how far astray you yourself would go if you followed their guidance. You should read only when your own thoughts dry up...”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Many undoubtedly owe their good fortune to the circumstance that they possess a pleasing smile with which they win hearts. Yet these hearts would do better to beware and to learn from Hamlet’s tables that one may smile, and smile, and be a villain.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “We can come to look upon the deaths of our enemies with as much regret as we feel for those of our friends, namely, when we miss their existence as witnesses to our success.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “A great affliction of all Philistines is that idealities afford them no entertainment, but to escape from boredom they are always in need of realities.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The nobler and more perfect a thing is, the later and more slowly does it mature.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The intellectual attainments of a man who thinks for himself resemble a fine painting, where the light and shade are correct, the tone sustained, the colour perfectly hamonized; it is true to life.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “If the immediate and direct purpose of our life is not suffering then our existence is the most ill-adapted to its purpose in the world.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Necessity is the constant scourge of the lower classes, ennui of the higher ones.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Beauty is an open letter of recommendation that wins hearts for us in advance.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “At bottom, every state regards another as a gang of robbers who will fall upon it as soon as there is an opportunity.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Whoever wants his judgment to be believed, should express it coolly and dispassionately; for all vehemence springs from the will. And so the judgment might be attributed to the will and not to knowledge, which by its nature is cold.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “It is in the treatment of trifles that a person shows what they are.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “It is only a man’s own fundamental thoughts that have truth and life in them.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “There is nothing to be got in the world anywhere; privation and pain pervade it, and boredom lies in wait at every corner for those who have escaped them. Moreover, wickedness usually reigns, and folly does all the talking. Fate is cruel, and human beings are pathetic.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Belief is like love: it cannot be compelled; and as any attempt to compel love produces hate, so it is the attempt to compel belief which first produces real unbelief.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Just as the witticism brings two very different real objects under one concept, the pun brings two different concepts, by the assistance of accident, under one word.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Every moment of our life belongs to the present only for a moment; then it belongs for ever to the past.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Het zou handig zijn wanneer je boeken koopt dat je de tijd om ze te lezen erbij kon kopen.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “One can forget everything, everything, only not oneself, one’s own being.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “That which has been exists no more; it exists as little as that which has never been.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Honor means that a man is not exceptional; fame, that he is.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “A man who has not enough originality to think out a new title for his book will be much less capable of giving it new contents.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The greatest intellectual capacities are only found in connection with a vehement and passionate will.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “To free a man from error is to give, not to take away. Knowledge that a thing is false is a truth. Error always does harm; sooner or later it will bring mischief to the man who harbors it.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “A man of correct insight among those who are duped and deluded resembles one whose watch is right while all the clocks in the town give the wrong time.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Apart from man, no being wonders at its own experience.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Reasonable and vicious are quite consistent with each other, in fact, only through their union are great and far-reaching crimes possible.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Behind the cross stands the devil.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Gaiety alone, as it were, is the hard cash of happiness; everything else is just a promissory note.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Thus, flowers cannot be preserved, but their ethereal oil, their essence, with the same smell and the same virtues, can. The conduct that has had correct concepts for its guidance will, in the result, coincide with the reality intended.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “What a man is contributes much more to his happiness than what he has or how he is regarded by others.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “When some political or ecclesiastical pamphlet, or novel, or poem is making a great commotion, you should remember that he who writes for fools always finds a large public.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “In the first place, no man is happy but strives his whole life long after a supposed happiness which he seldom attains, and even if he does it is only to be disappointed with it.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The faculty for remembering is not diminished in proportion to what one has learnt, just as little as the number of moulds in which you cast sand lessens its capacity for being cast in new moulds.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “A man who has no mental needs, because his intellect is of the narrow and normal amount, is, in the strict sense of the word, what is called a philistine.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Life is neither to be wept over nor to be laughed at but to be understood.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “This actual world of what is knowable, in which we are and which is in us, remains both the material and the limit of our consideration.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The principle of contradiction establishes merely the agreement of concepts, but does not itself produce concepts.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “How shall a man be proud, when his conception is a crime, his birth a penalty, his life a labour, and death a necessity! –.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “If he has a soul above the common, or if he is a man of genius, he will occasionally feel like some noble prisoner of state, condemned to work in the galleys with common criminals; and he will follow his example and try to isolate himself.”
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