"This is a book of great merit, and of absorbing interest . . . it is hard to see how Mr Gardiner's exposition - clear, elegant, acute in criticism, unfailing in sympathy - could be improved upon." (Times Educational Supplement)
"Nobody until Mr. Gardiner has written such a lengthy and complete exposition of his views. . . . Anyone who wishes to comment usefully upon Schopenhauer at all will in future be in debt to Mr Gardiner's excellent introduction." (Alasdair MacIntyre, The Guardian)
"There are very few good books in English on Schopenhauer. This one by Patrick Gardiner . . . is almost the only exception." -- D. W. Hamlyn, Birkbeck College, London
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