Die Kunst glücklich zu sein
"Willingly do what you can and willingly suffer what you have to."
This work by Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860), the founder of a systematic philosophy of pessimism, was hidden in his estate for a long time and went unnoticed. The fifty rules of life that make it up are scattered in the volumes and bundles of the estate. The editor has reconstructed it according to Schopenhauer's own plan. With a foreword by Franco Volpi.