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A really good interview with the guy behind the Complete Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_vWueM0h3A This guy reads a book per day. Talks about Arno Schmidt, The Story of the Stone, underrated world literature, how he picks books, etc. Also he looks like Count Olaf from A Series of Unfortunate Events.
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thoughts?
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Do you think Pynchon is an anarchist? Do you consider his writing anarchist? Anarchism play heavily into Gravity's Rainbow and Against The Day, less heavily into The Crying of Lot 49 and Vineland, most of his writings are vehemently anti-authoritarian and anti-capitalist, and anarchist heroes & anti-heroes show up in just about every one of his books. Is it simply an adoration of anarchism and its followers or do you think he is genuinely arguing for it?
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>philosopher >writer >one of the best bodies ever how most writers and intelectuals are lazy pieces of shit? how come they work so hard on their brain and then let their body rots. how come they never workout and then blames women for not liking them (shopenhauer)? Is there any philosophical school about working out both your body and your mind?
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Who /literally too self-aware and post-ironic to keep a sincere diary/ here?

The Winds of Winter speculation

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What plotlines and arcs are you most looking forward to? Any theories you picked up on reading the earlier books that you think will play out in the next book? Have you been reading the released sample chapters? Where do you think characters will end up by the end of the book? Who do you think is going to die before it ends? When do you think the book will finally be released? Also, general ASOIAF discussion for those of you on /lit/ who don't mind genre fiction.
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I was looking at my brother's math homework aligned with Common Core standards. Holy shit this is like postmodern deconstruction. What is wrong with just accepting mathematical operations at face-value? I don't think my 9 year old brother has any significant insights into the theory of arithmetic. He's not fucking Bertrand Russell.

Zeitgeist?

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So /lit/... It seems common-sense that every generation of writers respond to the issues of their specific historical context. Like the Romantics with industrialization and Modernists with the trauma of the wars or whatever (shitty examples but you get what i mean). So what’s happening these days that’s worth responding to? What are the problems of “the now”? And not like specific shit like 9/11 or whatever. More abstractly, what makes 21st century life different from life before? And how should writers, and art in general, respond?
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Any /lit/ approved comics?
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>you are a celebrity >they approach you for a literacy propaganda poster What do you select for the photoshoot?
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Are there any popular conservative fiction-writers left? Seems like every fiction novel I pick up has a leftist world view.
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Are all ethical stances besides 'might is right' silly nonsense?
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>borrowed Plato's complete works from library and it's due today >only bothered to read 5 dialogues >completely agreed with the "I only know that I can't know anything except this" lesson >don't have the patience to read 1000+ pages of mental masturbation when I literally understood Socrates's main principle before I even opened the book Am I doing anything wrong? I don't want to be one of those pseuds who talks about philosophy solely by worshiping famous people and saying nothing of substance. I'm a skeptic ffs. I literally cannot see how dozens of philosopher king wank fantasy pages can enlighten me. >inb4 but he influenced so much Either he influenced so much that I don't need to read him or you tell me right now why you haven't read the Bible, Torah, Qur'an, harry potter, and game of thrones. I pick neither of those options btw.
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Can philosophy help me find the meaning of life?
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ummm guys, what am i in for?
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This or the oxford edition?
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Is there any book reviewer on Youtube that fits the following criteria: 1. Reads challenging books 2. Has never reviewed a young adult novel 3. Is male If so please link them here.
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A friend of mine who enjoys reading is moving to africa for a year and I'm looking for some good literature to gift for the trip, particularly about or set in africa. Any suggestions?

ITT we trigger the autists of /lit/

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THREE GREATEST WRITERS EVER: SHAKESPEARE: USELESS "FAMILY MAN" DANTE: LITERALLY A TRAMP MILTON: LOWLY SCHOOLTEACHER WHAT DO THEY HAVE IN COMMON? THEY WERE NOTHING MORE THAN MIDDLE-LOWER CLASS CHUMPS WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? ARISTOCRATIC BOURGEOIS WRITERS LIKE GOETHE, HUGO ETC ARE PURE SHITE RICH PEOPLE CANT WRITE GOOD LITERATURE






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