So, what is one seeking in the other? Arthur Schopenhauer (1788 – 1860) is the best-known pessimist of Western philosophy. had a few interesting things to say about that. First, he makes the distinction between the general and the particular, a distinction already made in antiquity by smart thinkers such as Socrates and Plato….

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