I'm not the biggest reader, but I wanted to really thank /lit/ for introducing me to this book.
I loved it and couldn't put it down. What are some books you might recommend for someone that really enjoyed this or what are some books that made you really laugh?
What have you been downloading lately? Pic related. Rate it, and psychoanalyze me please.
Downloading is the easy part, you have to read all that shit. At one point I almost exclusively read ebooks. But what happens is, that you download any book that looks remotely interesting and tell yourself that you'll read it eventually. I'm back to normal books now. At least I get shit done that way.
Well you certainly haven't read all this, which means you are just downloading memes as you coincidentally come across them. Since your choices here are merely coincidental it's not really possible to psychoanalyze.
Durant's work alone will probably take you several years.
What's the /lit/ equivalent of this?
In your opinion, what is the Great American Novel?
What's up with this tweet? Is Twitter retarded?
Fuck off with this pointless /pol/-tier thread.
Find books to discuss, instead of actively seeking out things on social media to get outraged about that you\ll post to your internet friends in the hopes of getting a circlejerk started which would validate your beliefs.
How did he get away with it?
Abridged vs Unabridged.
Which do you prefer?
Abridged or unabridged, in either case how could you know whether it was worth it or not until you have finished?
Your question is for one to ask after the book is over not before it's begun.
"Worth it" is subjective anyways so who are you even asking if not yourself?
So you decide. Do you want to read what the author wrote for you to read or do you want to get cucked by some fag editor?
>Hegel, installed from above, by the powers that be, as the certified Great Philosopher, was a flat-headed, insipid, nauseating, illiterate charlatan who reached the pinnacle of audacity in scribbling together and dishing up the craziest mystifying nonsense. This nonsense has been noisily proclaimed as immortal wisdom by mercenary followers and readily accepted as such by all fools, who thus joined into as perfect a chorus of admiration as had ever been heard before. The extensive field of spiritual influence with which Hegel was furnished by those in...
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>t. Arthur "I've read nothing but the Greeks. And one Upanishad (in French translation)" Shopping Whore
Schoppie's kind of bawwing (about being too stupid for academic philosophy) was utterly eviscerated by Fichte long before Schopi was even born. Too bad that he was illiterate in German.
Why isn't Shakespeare considered a fantasy writer?
I mean... Oberon, Titania and the other fairies in Midsummer, Hamlet's ghost dad, the three witches in Macbeth, the sorcerers/sprites/spirits in The Tempest... etc.
I'm getting pretty good at French now.
When early atheists were like stirner, was it any wonder why everyone hated them so much?
Stirner himself hated most of the fedora atheists:" whether the Lutheran God or the Être suprême or not God at all, but “Man,” may represent the highest essence, that makes no difference at all for him who denies the highest essence itself, for in his eyes those servants of a highest essence are one and all-pious people, the most raging atheist not less than the most faith-filled Christian."
I have to finish this book by the end of the Summer and do a two page review.
What am I in for, /lit/?
Are there any novels you can recommend where the characters just fuck, puke, eat, shit and piss?
What was his problem?
I know lit is a full of book lovers, but what is your day job? I'm a 24 y/o trash-man.