Where can i get a physical copy of Sex and Culture by J D Unwin ?
>David Foster Wallace on the Porn Biz.
surely familiar but replete with tragi-humor. well worth a listen
>Nichopedes of Euripides measured the circumfrence of Neptune using a leaf, a rock, his severed finger, and shadows.
>Augustus Aquintosh was an 18th century English priest known for his contributions to mathematics, logic, theology, physics, the cataloguing of ladybugs, and the theory of aesthetics.
>Chaim Herschelstein is a New York born Harvard Neuro-Neurologist-Psychologist who is known for his theory that brain scans and experimental psychology...
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i googled this post and it came up as a sci copypasta
I'm really interested in the whole universe of the Great Old Ones Lovecraft created, but I really don't know where to start. He has a lot of (short) stories and supposedly a lot of them aren't all that great, either.
Do anyone have experience with pic related or general tips for a newbie?
Any tips on abandoning your ego whilst reading? Being able to read and absorb literature semi-objectively, not thinking of things in relation to yourself.
>tfw you work for minimum wage at a grocery store in some shitty Canadian city and will never hang out at Cornell in April :.(
why even live?
What you think about it? Are a guide or a true?
You want to be in any way. after all, many people regret playing nobel prize book all the time.
As some people say, "high" to implement a chemical film, and may be the same, but the refugees.
Optional air cargo vessel for non-life and satisfaction is the loss development. It really is a hedonist you your life will be considered. About his health. If as seriously as they credit you can buy heroin hook blood as chair and start playing a video, listen to music, eating pizza.
Sorry for bad English.
Why wouldnt you want to vocalise a Pynchon book?
>He doesnt sing all of Pynchons songs out loud while snorting violently in horselike patrician laughter
What's some good African /lit/?
Just finished Wizard of the Crow and it was pretty great. Achebe is a go to. And Obioma's The Fishermen was shortlisted last year for Man Booker and it was really excellent about blood feud.
Hey Guys imma punch my way through in one of my class through Slam Poetry
Planning to make my hatred for myself as my topic
How does what someone reads affect their personality
Are sensitive Nancy boys that way because they read poetry or do they read poetry because they are sensitive Nancy boys?
Are logical people that way because they read logical stuff or is it because they have autism?
>Although these notes, in conformity with custom, come after the poem, the reader is advised to consult them first and then study the poem with their help, rereading them of course as he goes through the text, and perhaps, after having done with the poem, consulting them a third time so as to complete the picture.
Should I take the hint or just read the poem first?
Also: What's next to make philosophy great again?
I'm writing a book on the relationship among religion, evolutionary psychology, sociology, society, culture, politics, and well-being. It probably won't get finished or released, but it really should. It would radically change the way that people understand and treat religion, challenge current ideas about psychology and sociology, and make seemingly bizzare human antics such as love for music and the acts of ISIS totally relatable and comprehensible. But I probably won't finish it because doing theosophy and taking is seriously gives you a mindset that is terribly alienating and disatisfactory.
What makes this debate so boring is that it lacks any relevance outside of philosophy - and inside philosophy I would add, if that discipline didn't consist of angry circlejerking since 200 years or so.
What should I read first?
Ethics interests me most out of the several fields of philosophy