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Good—I've been slowly approaching the great master, from John Gray's quite shocking exposition of the philosopher in his Straw Dogs to Irvin Yalom's modern reincarnation of the philosopher as a fictional character in his The Schopenhauer Cure, I picked up Gardiner's intro to Schopenhauer's philosophy because John Gray says his is still the best introduction. Overall, it was good, but not the greatest. His prose is old-school and formal, the kind of longwinded and impeccable sentences only Brits