requesting reading lists or recommendations for books that will give me firm understandings of Marxism, socialism, communism, capitalism, and political theories in general too.
[Inbe4 the "Short Intro" series- I already have those on a number of topics and they are as titled just short introductions. I want to be able to debate these issues with the firmest possible grasps of them].
Contribution to a critique of political economy
Condition of the working class in England
Family, Private Property, The State
But these mostly sound like the primary sources, or the writings of Marx himself. I'm sure I'll prolly read them at some point but I'm after literature that discusses these theories critically
Let's post great anthems.
>Auferstanden aus ruinen
>Gott erhalte Franz den kaiser
If you could have an answer to one of history's big mysteries (i.e. gaps in historical knowledge), which would it be?
If Nazi Germany won world war 2 and took over Europe , would the Nazi rule be eventually overthrown or dissolve?
It would take a significant amount of changes in history to create a scenario where Nazi Germany would not only win World War II but control the entirety of Europe--even in the sphere of alternate history it'd be very hard to present a guess or prediction based on such a broad premise and to provide a viable path by which this would happen without risking it just becoming fanfiction.
No it fucking wouldn't. You faggots are the worst.
If you don't have anything to say in an alt hist discussion don't say it at all.
Not everything is "Totally implausible and just speculation".
Here's a radical totally tubular idea for this thread. If Japan decided not to bomb PH and the U.S. doesn't enter the war.
There you go, Germany wins. It's not that insane to think.
Are these men worthy of reverence or scorn?
>"They conducted business, built shit, and made shit cheaper."
>Accuses Marxist economics of being "creationist tier"
What is /his/'s stance on the shroud of Turin? How did they have knowledge of photograph chemistry in the medieval ages?
Linguistics of /his/, how about creating a sex-based language?
That is, you express meaning and ideas from different sex positions and activities during the physical act of love.
We just need to develop a limited set of primitive actions, and combine them to form words.
Examples (to be performed on your partner):
- Spank ass
- Touch ass
- Touch clitoris in circle motion
- Put dick in mouth
Sl- denotes spanking. -app denotes the ass.
Ks- denotes touching/grabbing. -ay denotes clitoris.
-scro denotes in a circular motion.
Li- denotes dick. -ing denotes in mouth.
Things like of, the, and and would be eliminated for simplicity; primitivity.
Ksay naja! (Touch my clitoris harder! = Touch clitoris hard!)
Ksli mana, ruing mana zha. (Touch my dick softly, then put it in my mouth softly afterwards. = Touch dick soft, put mouth soft...
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>mfw the "revolutionary" philosophies of rationalism and empiricism in the 17th-18th century were simply recycled scholastic arguments in western theology
>mfw the "revolutionary" ideas of scholasticism were simply recycled Aristotle and Plato
if he died for his own sins, to demonstrate that there's no reason to fear death. Just like Socrates died for the same reasons. Did the powers that were, the Pharisees and Sadducees, have him crucified because he was a free-thinker like Socrates?
>if he died for his own sins
I've never seen somebody be so wrong so quickly.. Children have a better understanding of this than you. At least fire up google for a few minutes before parading your ignorance, son.
Did religion really stunt science and research during the Middle Ages to the extent at which they say, or is that just a meme atheists like to spout?
Who is your historical hero?
For me, Manfred von Richthofen.
He was a legend, fought bravely, and did his duty to the last.
how could the japanese be so evil and fanatical?
they treated chinese like you treat peasants in age of empires
Is the French Revolution really where it all started to go wrong for the west? Seems like it to me, but I'd like to hear other people's thoughts.
I'm not inherently against the enlightenment but I think the French version of egalitarianism is a complete lie, unfortunately it is the one that has persisted and infected the modern world, such that now the only distinguishing factor to separate people into strata, is monetary wealth. So our leaders are the rich ones with nothing to be said of their fitness to rule or their moral character.
To explain: the ideas you loathe so much started not because of some Jacobins, but because the aristocracy was already being eroded by the new captains of industry and business. A process that started in England.
>cut down pagan's holy tree right in front of them
>they do nothing
>use the wood to build a church
for such a cvck religion that's pretty fucking funny
Christians desacrating pagan sanctuaries thread.
Fuck yeah, Bonifazius was cool as shit. Seriously, he had balls of steel, converted many germanic peoples and died in battle, what other monk can say that?
He also is the patron saint of Germany (even if nobody knows that anymore these days).
>in the halls of valhalla where floki and snokee are awaiting me
I got this for Christmas (exact same edition) and I'm about to start reading it tomorrow. What am I in for? Is it impossible to read, as some say?