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Is there a term for a weeaboo-like person, who, instead of loving Japanese culture, loves Russian culture? There ought to be. I'm talking about the motherfuckers who read Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky, who play Metro 2033 and Red Orchestra, and watch Stalker and Come and See. Hell, they may even own a Mosin-Nagant There's gotta be enough of them out there for a label to exist
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Do you keep a dream journal? Its a nice habit to get into that awakens lucid dreaming, almost subconsciously. If you have one, post an excerpt.
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Where does one start with syd barretts buck toothed brother?
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which is the difference beteween nihilism and existencialism and which do you regard as more logical
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>be at B&N >look for Tao Lin >not there so I ask customer service if they have any in the back >"Is that some type of martial arts" >I shouldnt have to deal with these plebs Post your interaction with plebs stories here
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http://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/hemingway-or-my-mothers-email lol Hemingway
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stan.... stan is gone and it hurts it hurts so bad i want to die but please god forgive me just bring stan back i miss him so much


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Hey /lit/ So I have a uni essay due on the subject of jurisprudence in regards to a quote and question. I'm just having a little trouble getting my head around what it means by conception of humanity - if someone could explain some more. The quote and question are: "On the surface, Rawls and Nozick seem to have different starting points and conclusions about what is justice in our modern age. But both are firmly rooted in a vision of a naturalised humanity competing for resources and using reason in that competition." The question stemming from the is Do John Rawls and Robert Nozick share a conception of humanity? Any ideas?
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wow I was reluctant of reading Woolf because she was assiociated with feminism, but I just finished Mrs. Dalloway and I have to say it's one of my all-time favorites. >dat psychological realism >dat subtle melancholy and tragedy >dat narrative I know /lit/ hates Woolf, but I'm curius to what you guys thought of Mrs Dalloway in particular.

Is this acceptable or unacceptable?

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Okay. Short story collections. Sometimes, collections from the same author re-use material. Maybe there's a collection with 70% new material, and 30% old material from a previous collection. Often, a collection is entirely new, except for stuff from magazines or whatever. My question is this: is re-using material okay with you, to any extent? I personally think that there should never be repeaties. I mean, Asimov did quite a lot of reprints, and Borges is fucking terrible for it: maybe 50% of Ficciones and Labyrinths crossover. Thoughts on this? I can't recall ever seeing a discussion about this on /lit/.
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Amy hempel writes good short stories
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Fucking Chicken Clubs....

Best History Books You've Ever Read

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It's easy to find fiction or philosophy to read -- there's so much that's free. History is not -- especially because good History books can take lots of time and they're not as "proven" as books that have survived decades. What history books are your favorites? Are there any history books you found of particular time periods that nothing else covers as well? Are you looking for anything good? Pic related -- it's Robert Caro's masterpiece of Lyndon Johnson's years in the US Senate. It really covers the entire political history of the US in the 1950's, and is a brilliant treatise on legislative power. Barbara Tuchmann's "The Proud Tower," a series of essays on Pre-WWI Europe, also has some of the most interesting stories I've ever read. Anyone know any good books on Southeast Asia or Eastern Europe?
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Lot of Nietzsche threads today. I want to add one more. Do you know of any decent critique of Nietzsche's ideas? Kierkegaard preceded him, but these two were similar in a lot of ways and I think on points where they diverged you can see a sort of indirect critique of, or at least an alternative to, Nietzsche. Chesterton offered a few interesting thoughts on Nietzsche. Many have praised him and many have been influenced by him to some extent. I'm uneducated though, so perhaps you fellows could extend some help. Note: I'm not after a personal attack of the man, like that of Bertrand Russell. I think Nietzsche's style of writing is so absorbing with its grand epigrams and firework displays of wit that it's easy to start accepting what he says uncritically, which is why I want critique of his work - I think outside perspectives would help to understand him better and sober me up from the intoxicating effect he has.
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>Liberals love Lovecraft despite his racism Why?


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These guys on youtube Censored4TRUTH, BanIslamNOW, and IslamisWar quote the Quran in all the wrong ways, and say Christianity is the "only way" can you guys properly "troll" them (in the way of actually using logic not stupid jokes to piss people off) through the use of what actual literature teaches when you have an open mind?
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What are some books that you guys think every collection should have? pic related
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Finished this yesterday. What do you guy's think of Martel's writing style? Do you think he argued his view of spirituality vs. reason well? I'm still kind of on the fence about it.
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goodnight /lit/ love, anon
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