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Anyone fancy giving me advice on what degree to do/consider? I'm 99.99999% certain that I want to do Philosophy, I'm just really on the fence as to whether I should take something else alongside it? I've basically been brought to doubt the validity of Philosophy alone, since reading 'Language, Truth and Logic'. Not really sure that I agree with all of Ayer's points, but the idea that Philosophy alone without some kind of scientific/linguistic basis (at least that's what I thought he was suggesting) is not particularly useful other than for defining concepts has sort of stuck with me. Obviously my primary goal is to simply study Philosophy, but I'd very much like to be able to make my own contribution to debate (irrespective of whether it would ever be published) and I feel to some degree that that'd be difficult without some scientific, or quasi-scientific research to apply to it. I'm absolutely terrible at science to be perfectly honest, so my options are limited to being Sociology, Linguistics and other such similar subjects. Would it be worth taking one of these subjects alongside Philosophy, I'd sort of ruled out Sociology until recently because it's so pissing easy, but I'm willing to look at it if it might enable me to make some more substantive contribution to arguments. Also as a more general question, is a Philosophy degree pointless?
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Alright, so I've decided to read the Iliad. What English translation would you recommend? I've been looking at the freely available Alexander Pope translation but I felt like it strays too far from the original. I also tried getting the book in my native language (Lithuanian) and that would be nice since it's rendered in hexameter (which, I've been led to believe, is hard to achieve in English) but unfortunately it's hard to get hold of as it's long out of print. tl;dr Recommend the best Iliad translation And Homer general I guess
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So let's say that I wanna make myself read the Bible. Which translation should I get supposing I want to read the old and new testaments? how long will it take me?
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Who is the greatest living author?
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when writing stuff, I shorten it to get to the point and don't feel satisfied until it's extremely short and lacks any emotional punch. people sometimes seem to misunderstand me because they expect writing to have more garbage between the meaningful bits. 1. is this acceptable 2. wat do
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Is there another phrase like: "disease of affluence?"
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>33 years old >avid reader since I was 14 >finished almost all of the classics >burned through the western canon >disgusted with 99.999% of contemporary lit >building my to-read list for 2014 >realizing, for the first time in my life, that I'm struggling to fill the requisite 75 slots Any other oldfag readers facing this dilemma? Advice?
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