In Brazil, a collection of five Schopenhuaer essays was published under the name "The Art of Writing", consisting of the essays Über Gelehrsamkeit und Gelehrte; Selbstdenken; Über Schriftstellerei und Stil; Über Lesen und Bücher; Über Sprache und Worte.
In the third part (Über Schriftstellerei und Stil) we can read:
"There are, first of all, two kinds of authors: those who write for the subject’s sake, and those who write for writing’s sake. The first kind have had thoughts or experiences which seem to them worth communicating, while the second kind need money and consequently write for money. They think in order to write, and they may be recognised by their spinning out their thoughts to the greatest possible length, and also by the way they work out their thoughts, which are half-true, perverse, forced, and vacillating; then also by their love of evasion, so that they may seem what they are not; and this is why their writing is lacking in definiteness and clearness."
Along all the text, Schopenhauer gives some names, like Fichte, Schelling and Hegel. However, does he (or someone else) give a full list of the authors he believe "write for writing sake", thus "lacking in definiteness and clearness"? It would be great if it included examples of sentences that illustrate what he says.