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Studies in Pessimism

Studies in Pessimism

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Studies in Pessimism
Arthur Schopenhauer
eBooks@Adelaide 2004
Table of Contents
Note.On the Sufferings of the World.On the Vanity of Existence.On Suicide.Immortality: A Dialogue.Psychological Observations.On Education.of Women.On Noise.A Few Parables.
This web edition published by eBooks@Adelaide.Rendered into HTML by Steve Thomas.Last updated Friday July 09 2004.For offline reading, the complete set of pages is available for download fromhttp://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/s/schopenhauer/arthur/pessimism/pessimism.zip
The complete work is also available as a single file, athttp://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/s/schopenhauer/arthur/pessimism/complete.html
A MARC21 Catalogue record for this edition can be downloaded fromhttp://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/s/schopenhauer/arthur/pessimism/marc.bib
eBooks@AdelaideThe University of Adelaide LibraryUniversity of AdelaideSouth Australia 5005
Arthur SchopenhauerStudies in Pessimism
The Essays here presented form a further selection from Schopenhauer’s
,brought together under a title which is not to be found in the original, and does notclaim to apply to every chapter in the volume. The first essay is, in the main, arendering of the philosopher’s remarks under the heading of 
 Nachträge zur Lehre vom Leiden der Welt 
, together with certain parts of another section entitled
 Nachträge zur  Lehre von der Bejahung und Verneinung des Willens zum Leben
. Such omissions as Ihave made are directed chiefly by the desire to avoid repeating arguments alreadyfamiliar to readers of the other volumes in this series. The
 Dialogue on Immortality
 sums up views expressed at length in the philosopher’s chief work, and treated again inthe
. The
Psychological Observations
in this and the previous volumepractically exhaust the chapter of the original which bears this title.The essay on
must not be taken in jest. It expresses Schopenhauer’s seriousconvictions; and, as a penetrating observer of the faults of humanity, he may be alloweda hearing on a question which is just now receiving a good deal of attention among us.T.B.S.
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