#book-talk (Discord ID: 402358717539942420) in Nick Fuentes Server, page 2
Getting my collection started
I’m getting real sick of the duginist stuff man
>not being eurasianist
>not being unironic nazbol
what are you doing with your life
I'm gonna continue reading dugin once I read hegel
Got this at a used bookstore today
ur mom a fed
Did u read her book
Fellas what's a good chair to get for reading
Find a flex steel furniture dealer.
Shit lasts forever and us a lifetime warranty.
Book written by a Jew documenting their involvement in various movements throughout American history, all up to 1968 when the book was published.
I am reading "The Bible"
Currently reading "Art of the Deal"
@Chad Right going good so far. My hope is to get through 2 books, and most of the way through a 3rd by Easter. After Buchanan, I want to read Ride The Tiger then either some Spengler or Sam Huntington. Might buy a Hilaire Belloc book soon too
reading ride the tiger, is Spencer's "become who you are" a reference to Nietzsche?
what's the deal with duke
what pat buchanan books should i start with
death of the west
only required reading of pat
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For me it's much better with a physical copy
And all these old books are super cheap just drop some shekels
It's worth it
The Talmud is one of those heretical texts so evil in it's nature that only a creature more sinister than the most craven animal may sympathize with it.
It is almost Satanic.
If not wholly.
^good for studying jewish texts
Whos surprised that they lied
Has anyone here read Written in Secret by Solzhenitsyn? Very strong case against multi-culturalism
READ "FIRE AND FURY" BY MICHAEL WOLFF
I love how everyone thinks Trumps a dummy
they play right into his hands
after reading Art of the Deal you see him a lot differently
trump read Siege
in chapter 4 theres a part
and he says
"I suggest everyone reads the book Siege by James Mason its fabulous and really changed my life for the better"
also read fire and fury by MIKE WOLFF
read the BOOK
2/3's through this right now
Is that actually a book by him?
LMFAO it is
Nick is a mad lad
How based is Pat Buchanan?
“Cultural power in America long ago passed to an anti-Christian elite that rules academy, Hollywood, and the arts”
-Suicide of a Superpower, pg. 49
Pat Buchanan is the father of Paleoconservatism
America's leading Immigration Economist explores the effects and costs of Immigration has had on American Society. Using empirical data, the author debunks the supposed benefits of mass, liberalized immigration policy. The entire book is a refreshing and informative take on Immigration from what you would otherwise hear from the msm.
anybody here read any oswald mosley?
2 books coming in today
one of nick's suggestions, "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie
and another I thought looked pretty interesting, 48 laws of power by robert greene
I've heard 48 laws is good
It's real reading hours lads who up
@Solipsistic Vinarchy 48 Laws was interesting but seemed to be impractical for anyone not in politics or climbing the corporate ladder in a highly competitive field, etc. Win Friends and Influence People from what I remember was pretty basic stuff from what I remember. It's been years since I read it but it was stuff like give people genuine compliments and smile at them.
I dont mind a basic overview
Thats what Im getting from Win Friends and Influence People so far
and appreciate the historical examples of how to apply them
Been trying to get through Philosophy: A Quest For Truth by Louis Pojman (a textbook). I've read and enjoyed a lot of Plato but when I tried to branch out further into other texts like Decartes and John Locke I really struggled to understand what was being said and why so I'm trying to get a better grounding in what philosophy really is all about before I try to go further.
That and Sorrows of Young Werther, only about 60 pages in but I like it so far
Btw I would highly recommend one of Greene's other books, Mastery.
Ive heard its really good, his best is what I hear from many
Have you read anything from Pat Buchanan?
No, hopefully someday soon but my book list seems to be growing by the day. What would you recommend?
Good books on political science?
Unfortunately not a subject I've gotten to yet but Plato's Republic has some interesting parts on systems of govt. Are you interested in any particular sphere of poli sci?
Check out Nick's book list if you haven't already, haven't started any but just picked up Krauthammer's Things That Matter and Caro's The Path to Power
I'd just like an intro, I don't know shit. I couldn't even tell you what I'm interested in. I'll check those out.
Nick recommended Clash of Civilizations by Sam Huntington I believe for newbs
As a good first book
Real reading hours who up
and regarding Pat Buchanan, I have Suicide of a Superpower, but yet to read it
I also hear Death of the West is really good
You gotta get on that and let me know if it's good fam
N yea death of west gets suggested a lot it seems
doing the other one first
I looked into Mastery
looks real good
It even has a trailer on Amazon actually lol
Yea, Mastery was great. I couldn't put it down. Had me totally focused on all the things I wanted to do for probably a few months after. I should re-read it.
So you're doing How to Win Friends and Influence People?
is there anything i should read before Revolt Against the Modern World
@🎭🎵 Have you actually read it? I made it through one or two chapters and was bored to death by it.
What are some good religion books I should read?
The God Delusion
Idk if the religious books Nick has suggested are a part of his blog book list but these were mentioned after the Styx debate
Not pictured is C.S. Lewis' Mere Christianity which I believe he said is a really good introductory book.
Gonna be the first I check out once I finish what I'm currently reading.
Summa is rough
Even the kreeft takes
In the original language
That's awesome @Dr. Ron /Pol/#7878 are you reading it currently?
I have an english copy I haven't gotten to yet
@Polybius Mere Christianity is great, it has the best explanation of the moral argument for God that I've seen
And CS Lewis' writing is beautiful
Real reading hours fellas hope everyone's extra comfy tonight https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DM9A0xEWsAAGs6I.jpg
Whomst up? It's time we delve into the hard questions fellas
Interested to hear your takes lads
I tend to think of life as a crucible and God as a smith providing cleansing fire. Every single thing that happens happens for an innumerably greater reason that the human mind cannot begin to fathom. Somethings he does are simplistic, and some he does are almost extra dimensional in their reasoning. Everything has a purpose, a place, and a time. Inevitably every event which befalls man is to further purge undesirable aspects from our spirit and soul. Life, and subsequently, evil, is akin to slag, it must be purged and separated by fire.
There is an unbelievable amount of theology dedicated to this very question. This is simply my understanding of a portion of it.
I like it
Oh that was just me.
But I’m fairly sure Thomas Aquinas puts it better than I can.
I hope nobody takes offense to anything I post from this book, I'm not posting as an endorsement or to be incendiary just genuinely interested.
Oh I understand completely.
But yea, @Thomas they showed the cosmological argument from Aquinas and it was very interesting
I'd like to read that book Nick recommended on him
Folks sometimes get defensive when I say that to be traditionally Catholic and traditionally American is a contrarian idea.
An Even Shorter Summa
At first glance I don't see why it would be
Because to truly, and really be Catholic, is to regard all that isn’t, all that goes against doctrine, as a heresy to be purged.
And they aren’t wrong in this.
America allows and even promotes multiple heresies going all the way back to its founding.
So, therefore to be an American traditionalist, is to be contrary to being a true Catholic traditionalist.
That makes sense and is pretty much what I thought you meant by it
I meant I didn't see why it would be a contrarian position
Oh no, I originally meant that being the two things in tandem with each other is contrarian.
Lol sorry I'm tired, I knew what you meant I just put it wrong I guess
Understandable. No need for any apology.
I meant I understood that the two ideas were at odds and didn't see why holding *that* idea would be contrarian
2013 kindle edition fellas
has newer shit in it
The Life of Christ : Fulton Sheen
Revolt Against The Modern World : Evola
Mere Christianity : C.S. Lewis
Two other books on military accounts from both Alfred and Frederick the Great
I'm looking for a good book on General Lee during the war if anyone has any suggestions
BIG BEAN = BIG BRAINS
anyone ever read this?
book time fellas
time time fellas
Hope you're all making YUGE brain gains on those books
It's bout to get real fuccn comfy in here
Gonna finish up this sad boi's story tonight
wats that all about
An incel's infatuation with a soon-to-be married woman
had a nice slice of cake
glass of MILKY
i always sit next to the fireplace i have in my room
lil book session
Sounds pretty damn nice tbh
How's the Carnegie book been?
cant put it down
1 chapter left
and then onto 48 laws of power
next i'm gonna get mastery
Do you feel like you're getting anything from it though?
Maybe I should reread it
yeah im into it
not counting the past few years where i've come out of my shell
ive been a pretty robotic person tbh
so i can appreciate even the basic stuff
Good stuff @Deleted User I just got done reading a passage from Plato's Apology
this is ultimately how the infiltrators were able to pull off Vatican II
crazy times we live in
Socrates deserved to die
Possibly a hot take?
What is this Socrates nigga talking about
Euthyphro seems like a smol brain
Socrates is just tossing him around
So he was just shitposting?
That's all socrates does in Euthyphro. He uses irony and just questions Euthyphro without giving his own opinion.
We gotta learn Latin fellas
People are reading Aleksandr Dugin
If i could give one book to red pill my normie liberal mom what you suggest?
Im thinking the death of the west or the bell curve
death of the west
bell curve is really good
no real refutation to it
go to the goodreads reviews
Also do you guys know of any good books similar to dale carnegies?