“The world is my representation”

…like the axioms of Euclid, a proposition which every one must recognise as true as soon as he understands it…

Descartes was probably the first who attained to the degree of reflection which this
fundamental truth demands, and consequently he made it the starting-point of his philosophy

Thus true philosophy must always be idealistic; indeed, it must be so in order to be
merely honest.

From Arthur Schopenhauer, The World as Will and Representation (1819) Page 1

Shopenhauer, Arthur, Therefore, Arthur,Shopenhauer, Arthur, Shopenhauer, Arthur, Shopenhauer, Arthur,

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