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Did Descartes really say "Give her the dick"? Where is this quote from? Why would he say it?

Thomas Ligotti

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just got an interest in him after rediscovering the Current 93 album. How come everything this guy touches is expensive as hell, i can't find a copy of songs of a dead dreamer for less than 200 bones anywhere. Also is that where I should start? and if not what's a cheaper alternative?
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I know this is a pleb move but i'm looking for the .pdf file (for my kobo) for the full book; The Wise Mans Fear by: Patrick Rothfuss. If anyone is so kind to help me out that would be greatly appreciated.
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Discworld seems fucking hard to get in to. Thinking about reading Carpe Jugulum since the Wikia recommended it. Can I just jump into it? If not, where in Discworld am I supposed to start?
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So, doesn't any of you happen to have a pdf file of the book called "The Dybbuk Box" by Jason Haxton on your computer? Just read the creepypasta about the dybbuk box and I'm kinda interested in reading more about it, but not enough to actually buy it. The quick search on google didn't help either. The chances of getting the book from /lit/ are low, but one can always hope for the best. Pic related, it's the box.
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Any of you guys read this? I've just ordered it, and I was just wondering what you thought of it.
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What is the difference between a dialect and a debasement of a language? If one person pronounced a word incorrectly, is he actually just correctly pronouncing another dialect? Is it determined by consensus? Are there any meaningful standards or disproofs for a dialect? The example I'm trying to understand is ebonics. The argument I've had against it being a dialect is that it's not feasible to teach in schools because ebonics is not a consistent dialect, but rather a method of omitting information without completely destroying comprehensibility. However, I don't know if the standard of a dialect having to be able to be learned is one that has any scientific basis. Is there a meaningful difference in linguistics between a way of speaking that can be decoded the same way any other broken form of English can be decoded, and a way of speaking that requires the listener to learn new rules in order to facilitate comprehension? How do linguists actually discern new dialects? (The second reason I'm against because the idea that black youths can't be taught proper English is incredibly racist and and harmful to their futures.)

What book should I but tomorrow, if possible?

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Lost in the Funhouse: Fiction for Print, Tape, Live Voice – John Barth The Sot-Weed Factor – John Barth The Things They Carried – Tim O’Brien Falling Man – Don DeLillo Slow Learner – Thomas Pynchon V – Thomas Pynchon First Among Equals – Jeffrey Archer Or recommend something else, I guess. I can never find what I want in my town though, even Waterstones.
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Are philosophers to normal people what skeptics are to philosophers? From what I've seen, usually people rule out certain considerations and just ignore those who preach them. Thus, if one is at a party and starts talking about philosophy one gets a smile at best and will be avoided, and if one is among philosophers and starts doubting everything the same attitude is found... So, will there always be the need for unfounded collective assumptions in order to be able to communicate and interact?
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Hey /lit/, what's your opinion on The Cremation of Sam McGee? http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/174348
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Is self improvement book are just wast of time and just stupid
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Just bought the Kobo Mini. Thoughts?
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ITT: Antisocial writers. >pic related
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Hey /lit/, just lookin for a bit of advice on books. I've just gotten into reading more and am looking for books around the theme masculinity. I had a look at your sticky but I couldn't find a section explicitly based on this. So far i've only read Hemingway's works.Other books you can recommend? Thanks
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>Been a dedicated Harry Potter reader for all my childhood and most of my teenage years. >Now that I absolutely despise it, can't get rid of the dreadful Rowling-like writing style. Help me /lit/, help me exorcise this demon.
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One of my new favorites What dose /lit/ think of Ms. Frisby? Jeremy reminds me too much of me
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Is there a book there that teaches me how to pretend to be happy without being disgusted by myself?
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What's wrong with using the passive voice in formal writing? I got an essay of mine back yesterday, and my TA wrote "pass." all over it. What's so wrong with it? When I read it out loud, it sounds fine.
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ITT things that make you rage >people who only read classics Not that classics are bad, but people who exclusively read them always carry a sharp pretension that's unignorable.

the end of history and the last man

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Has anyone read this? "Fukuyama's position contradicts that of Karl Marx, who imagined that antagonistic history would end with communism displacing capitalism. Fukuyama himself identifies on some level with Marx, but identifies most strongly with the German philosopher Hegel, by way of Alexandre Kojève. Kojeve argued that the progress of history must lead toward the establishment of a "universal and homogenous" state, most likely incorporating elements of liberal or social democracy; but Kojeve's emphasis on the necessarily "post-political" character of such a state (and its citizens) makes such comparisons inadequate, and is irreducible to any mere "triumph" of capitalism."

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