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https://www.jacobinmag.com/2017/03/jason-reza-jorjani-stony-brook-alt-right-arktos-continental-philosophy-modernity-enlightenment/ >look guys, postmodern philosophy was useful in the 1970s and 1980s, when the Establishment was still mildly conservative and we had no rational way to defend the Soviet Union without looking like assholes, but now the Establishment is entirely progressive and we don't have a state founded upon our ideology clearly collapsing to embarass us anymore, and our enemies are using the philosophy we created to deny reality to deny OUR reality, so it's time to throw all those Adorno, Foucault and Baudrillard books in the trash and go back to Enlightened positivist triumphalism When will you realize that the left is not consistent in anything other than the intelligentsia's pursuit for absolute power.
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Prepping myself for Infinite Jest, /lit/. I've read A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never do Again and liked it a lot. Should I move on to Consider the Lobster or Brief Interviews with Hideous Men?
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Why didn't they go in the room? Stalker/roadside picnic

Confession thread

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I read /lit/ more than I read books lately.
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>be a very smart intellectual >early college degree and fellowship >write magnum opus that's main message is to overcome yourself, and through doing so create a better world for all >200 years later get co opted by reddit and popular culture, until your name is synonymous with nihilism, existential dread, and a rejection of life >this couldn't be further from what you actually wrote JUST
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Should i read kneechee and find out what real truth is?


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Questions that don't deserve their own thread.

Documentaries about writers.

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Let's recommend good documentaries about writers. I'll start with John Kennedy Toole: The Omega Point. Available on YouTube.

/sffg/ - Science Fiction and Fantasy General

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Lazy Man Edition Since nobody was in the mood to make a Thread last time i'll just do it now so when I wake up the general isn't 404. >what are you reading? >how is it so far? >expected releases? >buyers remorse: what shit book were you shilled? Fantasy Selected: >https://i.imgur.com/r688cPe.jpg General: >https://i.imgur.com/igBYngL.jpg Flowchart: >https://i.imgur.com/uykqKJn.jpg Science Fiction Selected: >https://i.imgur.com/A96mTQX.jpg >https://i.imgur.com/IBs9KE8.jpg General: >https://i.imgur.com/r55ODlL.jpg >https://i.imgur.com/gNTrDmc.jpg NPR's Top 100 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books: >https://i.imgur.com/IJxTQBL.jpg Previous Threads: >>9212630 >>9202214 >>9189440 >>9180806 >>9168106 >>9156349 >>9141959
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How do I get started with Zizek?

starting with philosophy

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I want to get into philosophy but I have no background whatsoever. What should I read to get a comprehensive insight into philosophy? Which authors can I read (and understand) without needing knowledge of previous philosophers? I've seen lists on /lit/ before but they were all very extensive. Maybe keep it to 10 books for now. >pic related Is he worth reading and actually approachable for someone without prior knowledge? I'm sorry if this has already been asked a gazillion times...
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Greates philosophers of all time?
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What are some fiction books men can read to understand female thought and behavior?
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What writers do you think had/have the highest IQs? hardmode: no philosophers/Pynchon

Stacks/Recent Purchases

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The last of the books I ordered over a month ago arrived today. Bit of a hodge-podge. I've finished Winesburg and the Kawabata, thought they were both great.
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do you find readers more attractive, /lit/?
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I want to read about these aspects of Nietzsche's philosophy: >Religion >Tradition >Culture >Alcohol >Becoming the Ubermensch Basically the practical stuff, real ideas. I don't really care about anything else that isn't going to affect my daily life (metaphyisics, ontology). What do I read?
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I'm heading to Portugal, any advice on what to read on/from this country ?

/jung/ general

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Wrote out this long post about Jung and the >current year for the Peterson thread but it got deleted or something and I'm not gonna waste it cuz it took more than five minutes to write so here it is. Also just /jung/ general If it was deleted then fuck off mods this is /lit/erature I'm talking about currents of ideas which will influence primarily the arts, not politics. This post is directed at anons who are criticizing the idea that Jungian concepts are beginning to define our zeitgeist in the same way Freudian concepts percolated through the twentieth century. There are too many of you to reply individually, so apologies for not replying directly. Replying to this anon because hopefully my response can shed some light on his question too. I’m also far from an expert; I’m just shitposting so don’t take what I say too seriously. I'm not claiming anything like that Jung's ideas as expressed in his work are scientifically accurate. They're not, but neither were Freud's. Yet Freud's account of anxiety and sexuality still defined the art and culture of the twentieth century, especially after 1918. This should at least open you up to the possibility of a Jungian revival in the wider culture. Jungians have never seen the success of Freudians, or any other school of thought for that matter. They've been the black sheep of intellectual discourse for a long time, partly due to their optimism, which does not go well with post-war nihilism, and partly due the volkish connotations of discussing mythology seriously, again following the war. As the trauma of these events fades, we are becoming open again to these ideas (which are not inherently fascist in any way whatsoever by the way, contrary to what academic "marxists" will try to claim for the sake of keeping their job). We’ve become disillusioned with disillusionment. This is the problem which has been floating in the air since the early 90s at least; there has been a general sense that the toppling of all the pillars which sustained the temples of our culture provided only a momentary catharsis, and not the emancipation we were promised. But as to the solution to this sense of having snapped out of the postmodern trance is by no means clear, and this has been the main problem of the last twenty years, with thinkers proposing different solutions, all of which seemed to lead us back into the postmodern mindset, or into modernism, or into romanticism, or into some queasy mix of all three. Rightfully, these movements were rejected (I’m talking about new sincerity, metamodernism--that whole gang). 1of3

books that improve conversation skills?

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im an introvert and horrible at talking to people specifically cuz i leap from topic to topic and put off a kind of bipolar vibe and i want to fix it is there a book that can help?

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