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Favourite self-help book?

Curriculum

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What is the point of doing an English / Literature major? Why study literature at university? What should be gained from it? Should there even be a literature major at university? What does the ideal undergrad Lit curriculum look like? Should we study the greeks (and romans)? (personally I think yes.) Should we read according to periods, movements, authors, or some other arbitrary restriction (like literature of the American West or incarceration literature)? What is required reading for a student who takes ~12 courses of in-depth study?

/lit/ btfo etc

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Do you agree with this article? http://thoughtcatalog.com/anonymous/2011/08/male-authors-ranked-by-how-awful-they-were-to-women/
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How many books do you own that you haven't read yet? Be honest.
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What's /lit/'s take on Hesse? Siddhartha is famous as all hell but what about Steppenwolf or Glass Bead Game?
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/lit/ humor thread
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What books are most like Dark Souls?
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>/lit/ tells you a book is shit >you read it and find out it's basically a masterpiece have this ever happened to you?
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As someone who suffers with a pervasive undercurrent of dissatisfaction and anhedonia, this book is absurdly refreshing. Does /lit/ read Ligotti?
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I have a question regarding Kant 's sources of metaphysical cognition. Firstly, I'm not quite sure what he means by cognition in the first place, I don't see it clearly defined anywhere yet. Does he just mean "action of thinking about"? he says (in ss1 of the prolegomena) that the sources of metaphysical cognition cannot be empirical. now, he says the Principals of such cognition include fundamental propositions taken from beyond experience, but im not sure if these propositions are synonmomous with the source of such cognition or if they are a product of it. so, what does he mean by source here? I think he might be referring to the ability to cognisize and where it comes from, since he goes on to say that the (metaphysical) cognition is a priori and from pure understanding and reason, differentiating it from outer experience and inner "empirical psychology" (empirischen Psychologie). now I have a problem with this too, mainly in how he assumed that one even has any form of intuitive reasoning outside of experience (yes it's a very fundamental doubt) he compared this "pure philosophical" cognition to Mathematical cognition and for further understanding referred to a section of the CPR. in this section pure Mathematical cognition is said to cognisize through reason "from the construction of concepts" through "nonemperical intuition" that intuition being "an individual object" (this constructed concept being valid for all intuitions of the same concept, I dont doubt this universality but cant get myself to agree with his claim of nonempirical intuition) to cement my doubt I find this to be the most ludicrous statement in the CPR (ill post all the passages my doubt refers to when I got on my computer) >The shape of a cone will be able to be made intuitable without any empirical assistance at all, in accordance with the concept alone, but the colour of this cone will have to be given beforehand, in one or another experience. I find that neither of those intuitions are possible, even the shape, without empirical assistance. also, even if metaphysical cognition concerns itself with or bases itself on principles of things beyond experience how does that necessarily imply that the source of the cognition itself must be beyond experience?
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What did I just read?
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life is shit
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Does anybody want to write a sonnet I can use for school?
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>the internet has killed academia. Agree or disagree? Why go to college when you can download all the books you want and watch lectures of esteemed professors from all around the world on youtube?
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Looking for authors who specialize in urban settings, miserable characters and plots centered around crime. Preferably modern stuff
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Does anyone have those leftist reading recommendations things? One is a really nice infographic, and another one I've seen was a "How to Read Freud" full of good stuff. t. right winger bored in university library and want to see the other side
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Does media affect perception? And if so does that mean that novels, movies, and so on, need to be socially responsible in both content and form, and judged on that basis?

Audiobooks

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Anyone know where I can obtain free reliable audio books? More specifically the dune series?
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So, you guys excited?
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>The Arabs are one of the least developed cultures. They are typically nomads. Their culture is primitive, and they resent Israel because it's the sole beachhead of modern science and civilization on their continent. When you have civilized men fighting savages, you support the civilized men, no matter who they are. knew he was crazy.






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