Definition of Schopenhauer, Arthur in English:

Schopenhauer, Arthur

Syllabification: Scho·pen·hau·er, Arthur
Pronunciation: /ˈSHōpənˌhou-ər
( 1788–1860), German philosopher. According to his philosophy, as expressed in The World as Will and Idea (1818), the will is identified with ultimate reality and happiness is only achieved by abnegating the will (as desire).

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