Where do I start on Dugin?
It's funny how America's ruling classes are boring ass neurotic white people, while Russia's leadership is entirely composed of OGs and would-be wacky James Bond supervillians.
Anyone else get memed into reading this guy's take on ethics? My cousin is a huge fanboy and bought it for me since I'm the most educated in the family and he figured I'd love it. I knew Molyneaux was a cult leader but holy shit do you have to be deluded to take him seriously.
he tries to 'solve' ethics with UPB in 150 pages, just lol. that isn't even getting into his arguments which are abysmal, and that even if he had good arguments he just makes a shitty copy of Kant's approach that is vulnerable to the same criticism.
He's regarded by the majority of people as a joke at best and a cult-leader at worst, just ignore him and move on.
Apparently he won't even try to defend UPB now on his call-in show because there's just too many holes in it and it's really shitty in general.
He has some really fucking retarded views as well so probably worth trying to get your cousin away from such societally caustic people.
The kid doesn't read, he listens to summaries of books on youtube and tries to talk about them. He's like 16.
The only people in the family who actually read shit other than genre fic, romance, pop science and self help are my grandfather and I, and he's 89 and in the grips of senility at this point.
Be careful next time you give a book a bad review, /lit/
This was good, boys.
>This was good, boys.
time to get drunk n stoned boys
Hi lit. I photograph books for a living. Yup, I actually do that. Rare books and manuscripts mostly. While I'm working I sometimes have to wait for an image to process or transfer or whatever, and that's when I come over to browse /lit/. Sometimes I make a thread and post some of the stuff I've shot, and that's what I'm doing now. Title pages, covers, illustrations, etc.
Who /Eckhart Tolle/?
I listen to his teachings every day. He's amazing.
Hey it's one of the twins from It's Always Sunny, I love that show.
So I was voted by my school as "most likely to write a novel." Pictures for the yearbook are tomorrow. Trips decide how I dress up.
inb4 DFW Do-rag
Who is your /lit/ hero?
>Hunter S. Thompson
>Monstrously degenerate, exhilarating life of absolute raw freedom
>Made a beast of himself, subsquently freeing himself from the pains of mankind
>Killed himself after doing what he loved all his life
What interesting things do they have to say?
So we have new version of "1984". A world where there is only one religion. Technically not Islam but it is a parabole of Islam since the author is algerian.
Have you heard of it, /lit/ards?
Happy St. Patrick's Day /lit/. Post your favorite quotes from Irish authors and include a pic of what you're drinking.
"Ireland sober is Ireland stiff." - James Joyce
>My prick was stuck in you for hours, fucking in and out under your upturned rump.
“It's impossible for a creative artist to be either a Puritan or a Fascist, because both are a negation of the creative urge. The only things a creative artist can be opposed to are ugliness and injustice.”
― Liam O'Flaherty
Is it worth reading the Hagakure?
How do I write like him, /lit/?
Drink enough alcohol that you start to feel like shit and then write long, semi-coherent rants about how shitty you feel, wording them how you think someone who enjoys their own thoughts a little too much might say them. Then, when you're sober, put these rants in quotation marks and frame a relatively dry narrative around them.
Name a more meta novel.
Protip: you simply cannot
Is there a religion where people see God in everything?