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Charles Godfrey Leland. Of Tragedy. David Hume. And his writing can be used today as it was in his time in business, politics, and life in general. The author shares his wisdom on how to live a life with others. Whether considered a work on philosophy or behavioral science this book is one which the reader will refer too often. There is no need to read the book straight through from cover to cover but once. For in the back of this volume you will find a list of the aphorisms where you can go to the one that you feel would be appropriate to your situation and help with some valuable insight.

It definitely has some gems in it. For example, " Virtue alone is sufficient unto itself: and it, only, makes a man worth loving life, and in death, remembering. Anonymous More than 1 year ago Love this book. It's incredible that a book written so long ago is still applicable to modern life. Anonymous More than 1 year ago StarClan. Anonymous More than 1 year ago. It offers sound wisdom for social interaction. It seems to convey that while times change and technologies progress, two variables always remains constant--self and other people.

This book seeks to teach proper conduct of one's self and on dealing with others. DonnaMom1 More than 1 year ago I haven't finished the book yet, but I am really enjoying reading it. It is amazing how the advice is so timeless. Sometimes I have to reread the passage to grasp its full meaning, but it is definitely worth it. I keep it by my bedside and try to read a page or two every night. Janus More than 1 year ago A collection of anecdotes, Gracian's The Art of Worldly Wisdom is for the most part, relevant even today.

The reader will find many inspiring words to live by. However, each anecdote starts with the central idea Gracian is trying to convey, but quickly degrades into an exercise in verboseness.

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I would suggest only reading the first sentence or two of each one. That's the important part anyways. Related Searches. Against Art and Culture. Offering a negative definition of art in relation to the concept of culture, this book Contending a conceptual and View Product.