Korean Title: 마흔에 읽는 쇼펜하우어
Author: Yongsoo Kang
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About This Book
In August 2023, "Shopenhauer Reads at Forty" published by Uknowbooks ranked No. 1 overall bestseller. It is monumental in that it is the first philosophy liberal arts book to do so.
Age-based liberal arts books such as "Mahyeon", "Fifties", and "Thirties" are sweeping. Many people find wisdom in books to cope with the environment and emotions they experience with age, and solve their concerns about "how to live" with philosophy. In particular, the "Schopenhauer Syndrome" caused by "Schopenhauer Reading at the age of 40" proves that people can communicate regardless of the times as long as they think and say what they sympathize with.
What is even more welcome is that those in their 40s and 50s who know the joy of reading share their thoughts and writings on social media and YouTube beyond their individual reading. And this reading experience extends to other generations in their 20s and 30s, 60s and 70s. At the center of this is Schopenhauer, who reads at the age of 40.
Kang Yong-soo, who is currently teaching at the university as a researcher at Korea University's Philosophy Research Institute, most accurately interpreted Schopenhauer's wisdom and most excellently linked it to his life in his 40s. In the book, you can see the stories of Schopenhauer in his 40s and the gems of words.