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Anyone got some tips on writing a salutatorian speech >graduation tomorrow >two days of preparation https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jpAP5kFVHiv37e7E4kLYy50M_ApsVUXj0EZYfwCdzGw/edit?usp=sharing this is what I got so far if anyone wants to read. no real central point just rambling while trying to be somewhat humorous
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>this is the voice of Thomas Pinecone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2daNrsfwDgY
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Male sexual passion has become sinful again because it culminates in sexism. Women are made into objects, they are raped by their husbands as well as by strangers, they are sexually harassed by professors and employers at school and at work, and their children, whom they leave in day-care centers in order to pursue their careers, are sexually abused by teachers. All these crimes must be legislated against and punished. What sensitive male can avoid realizing how dangerous his sexual passion is? Is there perhaps really original sin? Men had failed to read the fine print in the Emancipation Proclamation. The new interference with sexual desire is more comprehensive, more intense, more difficult to escape than the older conventions, the grip of which was so recently relaxed. The July 14 of the sexual revolution was really only a day between the overthrow of the Ancien Regime and the onset of the Terror. The new reign of virtue, accompanied by relentless propaganda on radio and television and in the press, has its own catechism, inducing an examination of the conscience and the inmost sentiments for traces of possessiveness, jealousy, protectiveness—all those things men used to feel for women. There are, of course, a multitude of properly indignant censors equipped with loudspeakers and inquisitional tribunals.
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>http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/novel-finding-reading-literary-fiction-improves-empathy/ >Novel Finding: Reading Literary Fiction Improves Empathy This is a couple of years old, but it still raises an interesting question: Do you think reading fiction has made you more empathetic?
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gave on page 262 on my third try. just don't like it. pretty great ball rest though.
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Can thought exist without language?
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china mieville's arms are huge
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how should i approach this? the copy i have includes both the original and translated writings side by side
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I'm going through a hard time right now. I may fail out of college, and things just seem a bit bleak. It's been a long time since I've sat down and read a book for my own pleasure, and I was wondering if someone here can recommend me one that would help impose a more optimistic view on things. I would much appreciate it. Thanks!
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How much of /lit/ is gay? I am, and I'm guessing you are.
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Milbank asserts that atheism became mainstream because of the fall of the USSR, because it meant atheism stopped being associated with communism. He also says a side effect of this is that now there is a lot more possibility for leftism in Christianity, and as atheists become more and more militant, Christianity can become a counterculture and more of a natural ally of leftism. Opinions? from this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TO_Mc0DehA


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I'm trying to into Hegel but reading him is making feel like a halfwit. How do I tame this wild beast? How does he fit into the Enlightenment and then Marxism? Hegel general.
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has anyone else ever read a ton about consciousness and then suddenly found the whole 'mystery' of it to be radically less intriguing or inexplicable? I studied Cognitive Science during undergrad, took classes with Douglas Hofstadter, and read about every book on consciousness I could get my hands on. After making up my mind about Chalmers' claims about dualism, I now see that we have a fair sort of grasp on what consciousness might be. Essentially, the brain is a piece of physical matter that has the capacity to be in a seemingly incalculable number of states that are highly different from one another, and it is a highly integrated complex system. Subjective experience (consciousness) is just 'what it is to be like' that physical system in its different states. There is a 'what it is to be like' a thermostat that is on or off, but its 'consciousness' could never be as rich as ours, as we have such a huge repertoire of possible brain states that are highly complex and unique from one another. Sure we could work out all the math and describe consciousness down to the smallest detail, i.e. 'what are the necessary and sufficient conditions for consciousness arising out of physical matter'. That is a whole nother animal that will take decades. However, what I'm saying is that we now have a pretty good idea of what consciousness is, and where it comes from (brain function). Studying consciousness obviously makes it seem a much less mysterious thing, further short of a grand mystery. Now it seems more just eerie and fragile, Weird. However it has also added a new found appreciation for the experience of perception and subjectivity. this isn't incredibly well written but you get the point. please critique, discuss, question, add, attack, etc. does anyone agree or know what I mean? disagree?
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what is the ultimate aesthetic? books? art work? music? television? etc...? what makes it worth it? why aren't you following the ultimate aesthetic? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGY44DIQb-A
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Here's a question, if Rand had the prose and human insight of a Woolf or a Joyce or a Pynchon would you still write her off for her philosophy?

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Hello /lit/. I am looking to assemble a library of philosophy books, as the entirety of my library so far is novels. What are the essentials for me to get? I know there are very many books out there. What are considered the highest priority to read?
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I finally finished a two part series on the war of 1812 and now I'm at that moment of infinite potential where I get to select a new book to read. Pic is my backlog. What should I read next?
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Are there any Latin writers that wrote erotica?
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What is /lit/'s opinion on exercise? (any combination of Cardiovascular and/or Strength Training) Spook? Virtue? Masturbation?
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Can you guys recommend me books to de/pol/arize myself? I went there for keks but slowly that vile, miasmatic community has polluted my brain and corrupted my psyche.

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