Arthur Schopenhauer on what makes a writer immortal

By Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl — Schopenhauer-Archiv der Stadt- und Universitätsbibliothek Frankfurt am Main, Public Domain,

The German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860) was most known for his philosophical beliefs in metaphysics which built upon Immanuel Kant’s epistemological investigations.

In Essays and Aphorisms, a collection of Schopenhauer’s work, he describes what it means to be an evergreen writer.

In today's world, an evergreen writer is defined as…

D.A. DiGerolamo

Lessons in philosophy, self-development, leadership, and strategy. Socials: @stoicwithin / @dadigerolamo

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