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Arthur Schopenhauer. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Introduction to Schopenhauer's philosophy and its influences with an important section on Šsthetic perception by Robert Wicks.
The Philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer. The Radical Academy. Schopenhauer's life and works are clearly and briefly summarized with special interest on the application of his philosophy to individual life.
Schopenhauer, Arthur. The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism. Schopenhauer's Šsthetics and literary influence is discussed by Tilottama Rajan.
Schopenhauer's Ăsthetics. Wikipedia. A short assessment of how Schopenhauer's Šsthetics overcomes the pessimism of his philosophy—with an excellent summary of Schopenhauer's influence.
Schopenhauer's Metaphysics of Music. The Wagner Library. A paper first published in New Englander and Yale Review Vol. 46, Issue CCXVII, 1888, by Harlow Gale tracing the similarity of music as a universal language and philosophy as general concepts.