Literally what the fuck? Do I really have to go over two millennia worth of text just to get to Nietzsche (my favorite philosopher)?
>mfw secretards and eg-trash btfo so hard they've had to flee /vg/
Hey, what do you think about Thug notes? I think that guy is a lovely chap <33
>author inserts the reader as a character
>the reader is male
>Reading a novel set during the Vietnam War
>"Silver Spoon in Hand" starts playing
The fact that religion has failed to prevent violence or prevent itself from promoting violence itself for thousands of years, proves that religion has failed.
"the point of christianity isn't the absence of war and the point of islam is conquest" then they're intentionally divisive and destructive and a failured brainwashing experiment. Yes, when you put it that way they're no less of a failure.
>book has a character in it called Pepe
>Book doesn't have a character in it called Landwolf
I've always thought Woyzeck was close enough to Wojak
Okay lit, I am looking for something great, not a romp. Not a work of logical explanation, but a journey descent into paradox and beautiful writing, something that seems to break down logic itself, something that feels as though it came from someone who was living in a door outside of the 2D illusion of 3D that we see when we look at the world around us.
Do you know some good post apocalyptic books?
I only know these books, although I have not yet read:
- The Road
- The Postman
- Il Cavallo Venduto, by Scerbanenco (I don't know if there is a international version of this book)
- The Shannara Saga
- A Canticle for Leibowitz
- Player One
- The Long Tomorrow
>at a wedding
>talking with some fellow pretty educated nerds
>talking post-apoc books
>metion lucifer's hammer
>...anon isnt that the one where the comet strike starts a race war?
awkward in real life
I read it for the themes.
There's something ironic about read and read being two different words. Both of which are separate from reed and red but unlike these two, the act of utilizing one or the other requires participation of the word itself in order to understand the context.
I can't be the only one that really dislikes Canadian lit.
Besides Schop's "On Women", are there any other good misogynistic works/chapters in the history of philosophy?
What is the most difficult book that you've read from start to finish?
What's the last literary passage you masturbated to?
>bored on my break at work
>decide to read a book to pass the time
>"HEY ANON WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU READING A FUCKING BOOK?"
>"i-it's j-just for uni guys I swear..."
Why do grown adults act like this?