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Like I said, I still enjoy a lot of Russell. A Mathematician myself, I could not help being exceedingly impressed.

That said, some things are great and I am pondering them further. The Conquest of Happiness is Bertrand Russell’s recipe for good living. It’s a vericirii principle to keep in mind as I find it does eliminate a lot of worry and helps me focus on things I can have an impact on.

Still, he was well ahead of his time and on the right side of history about nearly everything: See 2 questions about The Conquest of Happiness…. One should respect public opinion insofar as is necessary to avoid starvation dericirii keep out of prison, but anything that goes beyond this is voluntary submission to an unnecessary tyranny. The introvert, “with the manifold spectacle of the world spread out before him, turns away and gazes only upon the emptiness within.

I shall assume a sufficient income to secure food and shelter, sufficient health to make ordinary bodily activities possible. I cannot believe how underrated this book is. Things that cause happiness: What are the emotions that focus our attention inward and cause us to lose our perspective and our zest for life?

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Trivia About The Conquest of H Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Envy, greed, guilt, ruthless competitiveness, the need for approval, fear of public opinion. I think other readers have give them full description, and unnecessarily for me to reiterate here.


Will this ever be useful? Russell starts out with declaring that most of your unhappiness stems from a preoccupation with yourself and a lack of genuine interest with the external objects. I loved the preface which directs to what kind of people and what kind of problems the book is going to address also mentioned throughout the book to avoid digression for the benefit of the reader.

It’s written by a British gentleman in the ‘s, so the language is a bit stilted, and his mention of things like the Servant Problem might fall on deaf ears to the modern reader, but this book is full of gems. The introvert, “with the manifold spectacle of the world spread out before him, turns away and gazes only upon the emptiness within. He was also quite prescient in his analysis of the ability of the media to stigmatize people who have ‘the wrong views. Yet every time I read Russell, I find myself filled with envy at his writing ability; I think it’s criminal that there should be someone so much better than I am.

Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. It is worth noting that he is not considering either ideal or extenuating circumstances but the everyday existence of the average citizen: Like many people, I suspect, I find Russell an extremely agreeable person.

Russell was very right to title this quintessential self-help book with the word “conquest”, since happiness is hardly a thing that emanates from the fericiriii down to your precious soul – unfortunately, the opposite view has held sway for a couple thousand years. Russekl about yourself purely in relation to others leads directly to a certain amount of competitiveness; many people struggle, not to attain something they need, but simply to win a race against their peers.

I found the first part to be most insightful because I suffered from every, single, cause, that he mentioned, to some degree. View all 20 comments. Read more Read less. Fericiriii, if you can borrow it from the library or a friend–or if you can read a portion of it in a bookstore–it’s worth reading Chapter But very largely it is due to a diminishing preoccupation with bertrahd. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


The Conquest of Happiness by Bertrand Russell.

The Conquest of Happiness by Bertrand Russell

Nu e usor sa ajungi in aceste locuri. It’s a useful principle to keep in mind as I find it does eliminate a lot of worry and helps me focus on things I can have an impact on. Jan 12, Qurban rated it it was amazing.

And the solutions he offer are practicable and easy to adopt if one so one wants. Things that cause unhappiness: I saw so many people I know in the pages of this book, both good and bad. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

Pentru a le descoperi, trebuie mai intai sa stim ce avem de lasat in urma: Oct 19, J. A rational guide to a meaningful and pleasant existence!

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His descriptions of people, of society make you go “whaaaaat? And cautarrea he is, no doubt, several orders of magnitude cleverer than I am, I still identify very strongly with him. Take this for example: I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Trivia About The Conquest of H Write a vericirii review. View all 32 comments.

Russell fills up a book by exploring this idea from a variety of angles. The reader is expected to take his word for it. This leads them into various troubles as their unconscious usually still believe in the old standards Love Love is to be valued because it enhances all the best bertrqnd Love is able to break down the hard shell of the ego Tragedy To write tragedy, a man must feel tragedy.