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If there's sufficient space in an ideology (be it be it a political ideology, a religion or what have you) for a person who wishes to inflict suffering and death to justify his/her actions, shouldn't the ideology be considered inherently problematic? btw I'm a hegelian :)
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It just so happens that I happen to live in one of the most idiotic, non-literary cities in the U.S. Miami, Florida. so whenever I take the public transit and pull out a book, I get scrutinized and get the weirdest looks. It only bothers me initially and usually just get lost in whatever I'm reading. I don own a cellphone so whenever I'm bored and want to stare at something other than the pleb in front of me I just start reading, but as soon s I do people around me get distraught, sometimes they change seats or simply stare at me with a confused look in their eyes "did dis nigga jus pull out a book? lmao" I do most of my reading at home but my commute to work and back and when I go out I try to get a bit of reading in if i can. anyone else got hrough shit like this? this one time an old dude saw me reading and asked what I was reading; he showed me what he was reading and we chatted up the importance of reading and blah blah blah. that's about the only positive interaction I've had while reading in public. feels bad man.

Are you a patrician? Plz be honest

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This may just be stoner ramblings but I hope it'll turn out to be a coherent read even though it's probably just babby philosophy in the end. I'd like to have your opinions on these thoughts I had while tripping, I don't trust revelations really and am aware how crazy they may sound even though it felt like being enlightened in the moment. So here: >there is no past and future, there is only the infinite present, human perception is limited and views time as a linear flow but no thing ever ceases to exist >that means that when we cause pain or happiness, that pain or happiness is infinite >there is only one man with a lots of faces, more than that, there is only one thing appearing in many forms (I guess you could call this thing God, but why would you?) >that means that when we hurt each others or cause pleasure, we do it to ourselves >that's what Jesus was talking about when he said that everything you do to the least of men you do it to me >connecting these you can see how a finite sin can cause infinite suffering, (in christianity, that is hell and you're creating hell every time you hurt others) I'm all for objectivity and part of why I wanted a heavy trip was to understand spirituality and believing in things you can't prove, I'm pretty much an atheist neckbeard type. Now I'm conflicted, I feel like that's what people call a religious experience, maybe even an awakening of a sort but also feel like I'm just being silly and making up a bunch of stuff to entertain myself.
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***OFFICIAL /lit/ BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY POWER RANKINGS*** 1. Epistemology 2. Logic 3. Ethics 900001. Metaphysics

Starting with the Greeks

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I'm going to roughly follow this series of books, but which translation of the Iliad and Odyssey should I read? Also is this a good guide?
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I just returned from / int /. I went to hang out there for a change of air. Unfortunately I come here very disappointed. In that place are all stupid in disproportionate level. I'll never leave you again / lit /

Request Thread/Bibliotik Thread

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Hey guys, yesterday I got invited to Bibliotik, and so I wanted to be nice and share that with you all. Of course I don't have any invites myself yet, but go ahead and post whatever book you've been looking for without any luck, and I'll check Bibliotik for you and upload it for you if I find it.
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Latest purchases thread? I've read all but Ulysses and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot through school and my local library, but I've wanted to buy these for quite some time. What books have you bought recently /lit/?
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ITT: We write about mowing the lawn in the style of our favorite author.

ITT: post your favourite novel and others guess your personality

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>spot pic related for 5 shekels at a used book store >friends have been telling me how great it is >quote from glowing review by Cory Doctorow on the back makes me hesitant about buying it >decide to give it a chance, so what if a pleb recommended it >it's borderline unreadable YA trash >neveragain.png What positive reviews would instantly warn you away from a book?
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Could post-modernism cure religious extremism? Are fanatics just too sincere and lacking in irony? Can po-mo save the world?
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What the fuck happened to fantasy? Why is it all loosely Medieval European? Where are the truly alien worlds? The civilizations unlike our own? It all feels so inspired by Tolkien. Help, /lit/. Where's the actually fantastical stuff?
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Hi not-fit where do I begin with Buddhism? I've read Way of the Zen by Alan Watts and I don't feel like it has even begun with anything.

Official 4chan lit beginner reading list

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Official 4chan lit beginner reading list

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Post your philosophy related questions here. I'll start. Isn't Zizek just rehashing the earlier, better philosophies of Foucault, Marx, and Nietzsche? Can anyone name something he's actually contributed or expanded on that is unique to him?
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What's so good about the Catcher in the Rye
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Gf is makes decent income through paintings, has published poetry, has traveled around living in her car before, and is well read in Marx and philosophy in general, but I'm pretty terribly read, and I currently don't have a job, and I can tell she's beginning to find me a little boring. What can I read to be more exciting for her, and yet nothing too difficult?
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Name your five favorite books and anons will try to decipher what kind of person you are: Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter The Grapes of Wrath Norwegian Wood A Farwell to Arms American Psycho

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