Schopenhauer,Arthur

Scho·pen·hau·er (shōʹpən-hou'ər), Arthur. 1788-1860.
German philosopher who believed that the will is the fundamental reality to which all knowledge and reason are subject, that following its dictates leads to illusion and suffering, and that the goal of the good life is its extinction.

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Universalium. 2010.

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