In the following pages are outlined the Life and Philosophy of one of the most original and picturesque intellectual giants of our age. For while Schopenhauer offers marked analogies to Johnson, Rousseau and Byron, and yields in interest to none of them, he was at the same time a man of absolutely unique mould.
1. Introduction 2. The Early Years 3. The Student Years 4. Intellectual Development and Early Productions 5. Life at Dresden 6. Sojourn in Italy 7. The Dissatisfied Years 8. Residence at Frankfort 9. The Dawn of Fame 10. Fame and Death 11. His Opus Maximum 12. Ethics and Aesthetics BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX
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