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She was Grace In name and in essence To those she loved She exuded strentgth, laughter and life And to me also sorrow For circumstances that have bound her to my best friend And for whom we met in the warmth and serenity of her home Nothing from the first day I saw her and no one that has happened to me since has ever been as frightening and as confusing For no person I have ever known has ever done more to make me feel more sure or more insecure or more important and less significant. Just saw this on Family Guy and thought it was actually really powerful.Thoughts?
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What are some good books about NEETs apart from Welcome to the NHK and Oblomov?
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What's the worst book /lit/ has ever read?
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Recommend me literature that will convince me that transhumanism and singularitarianism aren't new age cults posing as science clubs
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Inspired by the Marxist thread here lay the question how many of /lit/ own a business? If you do, are you in business with a honest intent to create value, or are you trying to fill a gap in a random market? And as almost every business today is built on promoting over the top consumption, how have you struck the balance of not being a total sellout, whilst still staying in business in competitive markets?
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should i start the journey?
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ITT: first book you remeber you ever liked >pic related, never translated i guess
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LAST THREE CURRENTLY READING NEXT THREE LAST THREE UNTOUCHABLE - ANAND WOMEN IN LOVE - LAWRENCE THE SAGA OF THE VOLSUNGS - ANONYMOUS CURRENTLY READING THE WOMAN IN WHITE - COLINS NEXT THREE JUSTINE - SADE THE GOOD SOLDIER - FORD ZULEIKA DOBSON - BEERBOHM
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Any /lit/ inspired tattoos? Post the ones you have. Post ideas you might want have. Post the ones you like.
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Been wanting to read a book based on Al Capone /lit/ which would you recommend is the best that goes through his childhood all the way till he died?
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What does "Christianity is Platonism for the people"(Frederick Nietzsche) mean? I understand what Platonism is but I don't quite get the meaning of this quote as a whole.
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I enjoyed Wilde's prose in The Picture of Dorian Gray. What other author's, if any, write in a similar fashion to him and what books would you subsequently recommend?
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hey /lit/ there's a book I read as a kid that I can't remember the title of. Basically, there's this queen in a magical realm that is taking her baby and visiting the regular world for some reason, and her baby is snatched by a bitchy mom with a bratty kid. So then the kingdom figures out who it was and mistakes the brat as the prince but in the end they figure out that the other kid is the prince anyone know what I'm talking about?
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Part I—The fundamental political question is why do people obey a government. The answer is that they tend to enslave themselves, to let themselves be governed by tyrants. Freedom from servitude comes not from violent action, but from the refusal to serve. Tyrants fall when the people withdraw their support. Part II—Liberty is the natural condition of the people. Servitude,however, is fostered when people are raised in subjection. People are trained to adore rulers. While freedom is forgotten by many there are always some who will never submit. Part III—If things are to change, one must realize the extent to which the foundation of tyranny lies in the vast networks of corrupted people with an interest in maintaining tyranny.
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So /lit/ I've been wondering.... How hard is it to become a professor of philosophy? Do you have to get a PhD? Also, what other jobs can one get with a philosophy degree if not a professor?
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yo /lit/ is there like a folk analysis of the derridas, deleuzes, and gadamars out there? something that gives (opinionated) perspective and isn't necessarily academic. or work that may be transdisciplinary with lacan sprinkled in? i think that'd be sweet
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Cross posting from /r/ Hey, looking for a book series that I started reading a few years ago but never kept up on. Basically it was about this kid who's family and house suddenly disappears or something like that, and his uncle takes him in. Well his uncle brings him to this abandoned subway station in New York (I think The Bronx). Well in the subway tunnel is this door that can allow people to jump between worlds in a matter of an instant, and always brings the protagonist where he needs to be and when he needs to be there. Then him and his uncle start travelling from world to world trying to stop the Big Bad from causing utter chaos. Does anyone know what this series is called?
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What are some of your favorite biographies/autobiographies? -make me change the way I think -influence the way i live
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Hi /lit/, I've been getting into philosophy lately and I've come to a weird conclusion. I'll green text it so it doesn't sound so scatterbrain. >Xenophanes says that the only thing we have in common with God is thought >Arnauld says that a thought cannot be conceptualized or, well, thought >Therefore, if the only thing we have in common with God is thought >and since thought cannot be thought >does that make God thought? >And if God is thought (thought being used as a noun) does that mean Xenophanes remark about God being made in mans image ironically true? Does this sound stupid? I'm not trying to come off as a pretentious fedora wearing atheist, I've just been mulling over what I've learned. Tips on how to think about these things would be nice, provided tips aren't counter intuitive to what philosophy is all about.






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