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GF was something of a roastie before we met. Didn't give much of a shit then, but this fucking book (contrary to intention) awakened all sorts of dark thoughts and now I can't get that shit out of my head. Like Bloom, thoughts range from the erotic to the repugnant, but however they are, I don't want them there.
What'd I read to either bring my back to ambivalence/acceptance? Or maybe you recommend getting to another state? You'll have a hard time getting me to straight misogyny (it's actually fear of being a misgynist which in part colors such thoughts repulsive), but I guess it's not impossible.
inb4 Schopenhauer. Read it. Worthless, doesn't say what you illiterate idiots think at all and Aristophanes better stated it a million years ago.
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Alright, so I'm a stupid cunt that followed his dreams, went to a Liberal Arts Uni, and, instead of taking the regular state required intro math courses that would have salvaged my quanitative abilities from the dust of my shitty public high school education, I got to take a bullshit Liberal Arts approach to math that left me with little to no practical quantitative reasoning skills. And now I have to take the GRE. Do any of you faggots have any recommendations for books (whether non-fiction, practice books, workbooks, etc.) to help me re-learn essentially all of mathematics (aside from the absolute rudimentary stuff) through a high school level?
Obviously an Amerifag here. For overseas folks, the standard American public math education ends at Trig and Calculus, so I need to relearn Algebra, Arithmetic concepts, Geometry, and Data Analysis.