4chan is terribly sad and banal
I mean, when was the last time you were surprised by something here? Even this post heaps on the trash.
ITT - Post the philosopher you admire and/or look up to.
The most fashionable, and a very public philosopher.
I respect him for his work as well as his ability to stay vogue.
Where else do you guys visit to discuss and find new literature?
Only want responses from people who actually read.
That's a triple since the 1800s and double since the late 1900s.
>In a single, fateful word, they are les misérables.
What songs have the best lyrics, /lit/?
some really great lines in here
"Though the fans want the feeling of A Tribe Called Quest
But all they got left is this guy called West"
"Flow infectious, give me 10 seconds
I'll have a buzz bigger than insects in Texas
It's funny how wasn't nobody interested
'Til the night I almost killed myself in Lexus"
"I went to the malls and I balled too hard
"Oh my god, is that a black card?"
I turned around and replied, "Why yes
But I prefer...
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God tier books?
I will read almost everything that is suggested.
>the book you're reading mentions another book and spoils a plot point in it
>the book you're reading references a book
>you read the book it referenced, and that book references three books
>you read the first book referenced, and that book references five books
To you consider light novels to be worthwhile literature? Did you ever read any?
Was Shakespeare actually good? Or is he just praised for being English and from an certain era? Take Dante or anyone else. Are they not superior to Shakespeare?
Would Shakespeare be considered bad if he was born outside of the England or last year?
>Was Shakespeare actually good?
Mods delete this b8 thread please
What are /lit/'s preferred books on ancient sexual practices?
Mainly Egyptian, Greek and Roman cultures
Michel Foucault has a lot to say about Ancient Greece's culture around sex. I know that he speaks about it specifically in some of his later interviews, and if I'm remember correctly he touches on it a bit in the History of Sexuality.
Think OP meant more than just standard positions and the like. Greeks are known to have practiced forms of pederasty and egyptians were heavy on the incest. Don't know of any good books on the subject tho...
What time of the day do you do most of your reading?
What is /lit/ preferred application for ebooks (.mobi, .epub, .azw, etc.)?
What was the main message John Green wanted to tell readers of Paper Towns?