THE SCHOPENHAUER CURE: LESSONS FROM A PESSIMIST

Source: Picryl Most people worldwide heard about When Nietzsche Wept. However, it’s not the only novel written by Irvin D. Yalom that combines the captivating worlds of literature and philosophy. There’s The Spinoza Problem, quite similar to the former one. But the gem I want to leave you with today is The Schopenhauer Cure. What would you doContinue reading “THE SCHOPENHAUER CURE: LESSONS FROM A PESSIMIST”

WILHELM MEISTER’S APPRENTICESHIP: A REALITY CHECK

It was the first semester of 2017, my first semester in university, when Goethe came across my path. For a Modern World Literature module, I had to read The Sorrows of Young Werther and, from then on, just like it happened with Dostoevsky, I started to search for any book written by the author everyContinue reading “WILHELM MEISTER’S APPRENTICESHIP: A REALITY CHECK”

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