Recommend some forceful and brilliant ANTI-TECHNOLOGY writers.
They can also be pro-nature and pro-tradition in general.
The more radical, the better.
someone told me that this was "so heartbreaking and infuriating and important"
shoud i read it? what did you think?
pist good bootubers
Where to begin with his work?
Is he worth reading, or is he just a lunatic?
>I consider the “White nationalists” allies when they refuse modernity, the global oligarchy and liberal-capitalism, in other words everything that is killing all ethnic cultures and traditions. The modern political order is essentially globalist and based entirely on the primacy of individual identity in opposition to community. It is the worst order that has ever existed and it should be totally destroyed. When “White nationalists” reaffirm Tradition and the ancient culture of the European...
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Yeah, I might be on board with him if the culture for which he advocated were intelligent. Like so many others before him, he can identify the flaws of modernity, liberalism, capitalism, etc., but he cannot provide an adequate prescription for its replacement. In fact, his alternatives are even worse than what we've got.
Gorgias was right.
How does this list make you feel? Any surprises?
How accurate is this?
>4/10 is Ayn
It's 99.9% flawless. Orwell should be #3, tho
Anyone up for a Plato reading group?
I can make a chat group on Slack then we can move through his works using the translations in the book Complete Works of Plato as reference. Order of texts will be decided once we get enough members. Ideally we could move to Aristotle after him then other Greeks.
If interest is enough, I'll start sending invites.
>inb4 muh forms
i don't get this book
I hope that some anon will see this thread and decide to read this book on a whim. It's good.
I've had this out of the library for the longest time but never even cracked it. Ironically I had to decide today whether to renew or return; I opted to renew. I hope I can start it eventually.
One reason I delayed starting was that I tend to confuse Brian Evenson and Steve Erickson.
>Brian Evenson's fifth story collection constructs a human landscape as unearthly as it is mundane. Replete with the brutality, primordial waste, and savage blankness familiar to readers of his earlier works, Evenson's Kafkaesque allegories entice the mind while stubbornly disordering it. In the title story an obsessive consciousness folds back on itself, creating a vertiginous mélange of Poe and Borges, both horrific and metaphysical.
These claims are too bold for a writer to ever live up to them.
General: http://i.imgur.com/r55ODlL.jpg/ / http://i.imgur.com/gNTrDmc.jpg/
Today I will remind then.
15 and/or 21 days until The Great Ordeal