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I used to read a lot when I was younger but since then I've only read the odd book here and there, mostly sci-fi, fantasy and horror. I'd love to start reading again and would appreciate if you guys could give me a list of all round god tier books that set the standard for each genre. I started the dark tower series and am enjoying it, and have two books my friend recommended me ( blood meridian / the road) ready to read. I've always been curious of dune after reading a few threads here too. Help me fill up a backlog!
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Wittgenstein once said "Kierkegaard was by far the most profound thinker of the last century." Was he right? If not, who was the most profound thinker of the 19th century?
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Anyone here mixed up in the alt-lit or New York literary scene? I keep chuckling about how upset gamers are getting over the #GamerGate revelations. If they think that's nepotism -- they haven't seen shit compared to what we've got.


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>Dostoevsky and/or Pynchon is one of their favorite writers >They think Stirner has any value >They use a name and/or tripcode >They started with the Greeks >English isn't their first language >They post epic reddit memes >They post homework threads >They post in 'post your favorite x' threads >They think postmodernism exists
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I've just started reading this, and I'm highly suspicious of Debord's apparent reluctance to describe 'the spectacle' in simple terms. He seems to be dancing around the point in the most enigmatic manner possible. Does he ever clarify his ideas, or is it zen master style vaugery all the way down?
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What are you currently reading, /lit/?
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The Jews proclaim themselves to be the "chosen race" that has a privileged relation with God. Isn't this a type of racism? In many instances they justify genocide of entire nations for worshiping "false pagan Gods". Doesn't this imply a sort of ethnocentrism and religious superiority? How am I supposed to interpret the Old Testament? Is it metaphorical or historic?
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Can anyone come up with a counterexample to the idea that empathy is an objective morality? I mean, besides "empathy is an obsolete concept". That's the only counter I've ever heard to that idea, and that's just something they tell autistics so that they can feel good about themselves.
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I've been asked by a friend who knows I've always been "a reader" to suggest some children's books for their 10 year-old. He's a precocious kid and always has a book with him, so I'm not suggesting younger kid classics like, say, Pippi Longstocking or Roald Dahl books. At the same time, they thought he wouldn't yet fully appreciate (what we generally call intro-Lit) Catcher in the Rye, To Kill A Mockingbird, Fahrenheit 451 level books. He's read and enjoyed: >Chronicles of Narnia series >Alex Rider series >Harry Potter >Little House on the Prairie Right now my list includes: >Redwall series - Brian Jacques >Artemis Fowl series - Eoin Colfer >Bridge to Terabithia - Katherine Paterson >Where the Red Fern Grows - Wilson Rawls >Shiloh - Phyllis Reynolds Naylor >Walk Two Moons - Sharon Creech >Hatchet - Gary Paulsen >The Phantom Tollbooth - Norton Juster A couple series that came after my time but that I've heard are good are the Percy Jackson books (Rick Riordan) and Warriors (Erin Hunter)--can anyone confirm or deny these? What other books should I add to the list? Do you think LOTR/The Hobbit is suitable? What about Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials? Come on /lit/ I'm counting on you. >inb4 start with the Greeks
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ITT Your 5 favorite works of literature Others rate/judge/recommend other works
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I'm just testing the waters guys: If I made an Aesthetics General and tried to guide the discussion through general history, the evolution of the interpretation of the artistic experience, the relationship between author and public, and all the topics related to that particular philosophy area, would it be cool? I have to read all the material of a aesthetics 1 anual class in the next month or two and I felt that talking with you guys about it as I go along would help me see points I wasn't paying attention, problems that come up that I wouldn't think about and get some extrapolation into arts that I know very little about (the professor is clearly biased towards painting, the first mention of music appears the first time Adorno comes along for example). I'd really apreciate to interaction and maybe the phil guys see some stuff they haven't checked or at least get a laugh or two at how little Hegel I get. What do you think?

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