Arthur Schopenhauer

  • Jenny Teichman

Abstract

Arthur Schopenhauer, who is generally known as “the philosopher of pessimism”, was born in Danzig in 1788 and died in Frankfurt in 1860. He was the son of a rich merchant, a fact which enabled him to devote his life to writing and private study.

Keywords

Expense Conglomerate Blindness Oates 

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