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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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I have a distrust of the word "hobby". I'm British with a mild feeling of superiority over and contempt for America. I feel like "hobby" is one of those plebeian American words, like "proactive". I'm not sure why I dislike it though, for reasons other than my bigotry. Please don't back with, "hurr it's because you don't have hobbies and you are jelly of people who do." It's not the "hobbies" themselves that I dislike, it's the way the word hobby is used to try and reduce every passion you might have in life to some sort of impersonal "activity" that can be listed on a "personal profile" on your dating website page, or on your "resumé". Any one else have similar feelings about this word?
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If there is any could someone recommend me good Guro literature?
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Hello /lit/. Philosophy undergrad here. Graduating in a year. I'm going to start my 35-55 page senior thesis this summer, due in a year. I know I want to write about music, which I guess would be under aesthetics. But I've got nothing specific. I've never taken an aesthetics class. Can you recommend me any good philosophy reads to help me spark ideas? My adviser already recommended Schopenhauer, so I'm gonna take a look at that.

Did Schopenhauer browse /r9k/?

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Man reaches the maturity of his reasoning and mental faculties scarcely before he is eight-and-twenty; woman when she is eighteen; but hers is reason of very narrow limitations. This is why women remain children all their lives, for they always see only what is near at hand, cling to the present, take the appearance of a thing for reality, and prefer trifling matters to the most important. It is by virtue of man’s reasoning powers that he does not live in the present only, like the brute, but observes and ponders over the past and future; and from this spring discretion, care, and that anxiety which we so frequently notice in people. The advantages, as well as the disadvantages, that this entails, make woman, in consequence of her weaker reasoning powers, less of a partaker in them. Moreover, she is intellectually short-sighted, for although her intuitive understanding quickly perceives what is near to her, on the other hand her circle of vision is limited and does not embrace anything that is remote; hence everything that is absent or past, or in the future, affects women in a less degree than men. This is why they have greater inclination for extravagance, which sometimes borders on madness. Women in their hearts think that men are intended to earn money so that they may spend it, if possible during their husband’s lifetime, but at any rate after his death.
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So what method of reading do you guys use? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reading_(process)#Methods Speed read here.

Jurisprudence

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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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Can I get some horribly written fanfiction to read? Bad grammar, incoherent story lines, and horrible spelling. Pic somewhat related.
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I've found a copy of Lamb's 'Adventures of Ulysses' that was signed by my great-grandfather in June 1904. Does it have any literary merit in and of itself? Or, due to its influence on the sweet swan of Dublin, should I just keep it as a memento.
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Is there such a thing as eidetic memory? Do you know of anyone who exhibits it? If you had that kind of memory, what would you do with it?

Robert Walser

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What does /lit/ think? I've only read a bit of Jakob von Guten so far. I'm not sure I should continue, but this guy gets such rave reviews. I'm afraid perhaps that it's because he's so obscure. I mean I thought Catcher in the Rye was edgy teen-angst ...
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Hey /lit/, check out these two articles on Raymond Carver. http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2007/12/24/071224fa_fact http://www.newyorker.com/online/2007/12/24/071224on_onlineonly_carver?currentPage=all It turns out his minimalistic style wasn't his but his editor's. What do you make of that? He was revered as the greatest american literary figure of the second half of the XX century, and now it turns out it was not him but his editor. Thoughts, ideas?

Boredom

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What philosophers (or authors in general) address boredom?

King Lear Essay

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Hey I'm doing an essay on Shakespear's King Lear and I need help coming up with a couple thesis. We have three topics and I need to link two of each together to make a couple thesis. Pride, loyalty and fear. So pride and fear, and then loyalty and fear. If you could help at all it'd be awesome!

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/.

the adventures of scrotie mcboogerballs

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First I'm looking for this childrensbook on shitting all I have is this last page and it's in polish of something...I've tried looking for it but couldn't find it. But it looks awesome so I was wondering if any of you knows anything about it.
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Amy hempel writes good short stories
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does reading lots of books under isolated circumstances perverts and degenerates the mind of man?
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Fucking Chicken Clubs....
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Where can I get free pdf magazines? All kinds of magazines. I want to read them on my nook






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