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I don't think Styx is very knowledgeable about Christianity at all. He has a very basic bitch condescending understanding of it.
He's at least better than the atheist like AIU that just sit there and ask condescending questions
And then say they don't want to talk about whatever your counter point is
styx has a knowledge of ancient stuff / occult stuff and anything esoteric, I don't think he's ever studied christianity or any religion extensively, he seems like he's more into the weird/spooky stuff
I’ve seen some of his stuff on it, he definitely has
He just doesn’t go hard on it because he likes religious people
he has read the bible multiple times apparently
Yeah. I’m not a big Styx guy but he definitely knows his stuff about Christianity
but he never read the summa
well then he doesnt know shit
Let's talk books
People are reading city of God
People are reading The Confessions
People are reading Guns Germs and Steel
People are reading The Diary of Anne Frank
People are reading Gregory Malchuk's manifesto
People are reading Kanye's Twitter
People are reading Dialectic of Enlightenment
what is that shit list with cuckold shit
It's a meme
I like how it goes from trump to siege
Fellas I'm having trouble deciding what I want to read next. Been thinking about starting on Nick's list or one of these two.
Fwiw I've already read everything on the top row but the Bible and Leviathan of the second list
has anyone read Fear and Trembling?
what are some good books about jews that were written by catholics?
The Book of Acts and Romans
"Who Are We"
@Polybius ayy, I started on that same list (the second one) and gradually built my own list, I'm basically doing the start with the greeks meme now. A lot of the books in the political section are books I'm just going to read a summary of, like the Calvin one and some of the gay enlightenment shit
@Callaghan I read The Sickness Unto Death and decided I want to read earlier philosophy first before I delve into Kierkegaard fully (apparently a lot of what he writes is indirectly responding to Hegel)
Not the most exciting but definitely good read
@Mephisto is it really required to slog through hegel for kiekegaard?
@Callaghan no but Kierkegaard is very big brained and I feel like an absolute brainlet reading it. I can follow most of it, but I want to get more familar with basic philosophical terminology first. Im going to read some of the greeks extensively then go for hume, leibniz, (((spinoza))), kant and hegel
@Mephisto there must be copies with annotations for brainlets right?
Probably, I just used penguin classics and the introduction helped a lot, if you dont understand the autistic terminology you won't be able to follow most of it
What are some good books on WW2
Gimme like 5 or so
Stanford.edu usually has good essays summarising philosophy
Very good piece on cognitivism vs non cognitivism if anyone is interested in jurisprudence
on the same site?
Yup just search it
Should pin that tbh
other unifags probably already know about it but http://www.bartleby.com/ has a great collection of literature
Any good books on Jelqing?
@Mephisto I can send you over notes I took from a class on neitzsche, Hume, Aristotle, Epictetus and them. It covers all that terminology and it’s pretty concise
Read liberalism is a sin
Very good book by a very learned Spanish priest
has anyone read "The Dictator Pope: The Inside Story of the Francis Papacy"
@everyone Fellas at the book store right now. Has anyone read City of God or The Screwtape Letters? Wanted to get Mere Christianity but they don't have
False alarm I found Mere Christianity. Rate the stack lads.
I read The Screwtape Letters in middle school
@Bigfoot what did you think of it? I don't know anything about C.S. Lewis and very little about Christianity in general.
@Polybius It was a very interesting format for certain, as it is as the title suggests it’s a series of letters written between a young demon and his uncle. Asking advice for how to best corrupt and tempt the man he has been assigned to.
@Bigfoot#6897 🤔 sounds interesting. I'll probably pick it up next time I go it was only like four bucks anyway.
Gonna order "First Rate Madness" soon
It connects strong leaders to often having mental illnesses
Big fan of psychology and history
so this should be right up my alley
Mere Christianity is great
Probably the best introduction to Christianity there is
Yeah Mere Christianity is a good book, I read it a couple months ago, I have the same copy you posted. Screwtape Letters is good too, but I still need to finish it I got halfway into it then forgot about it.
can you guys give me the necessary books to read about Christianity for beginners?
Mere Christianity is a good starting point
If you're interested in catholicism this is a site I've been reading through and have found pretty useful
thanks big guy
mere xtiananity is a good entry level
who else reading war and peace here?
Nope never read it
Anyone read grounding for the metaphysics of morals/what are thoughts on moral philosophy in general
4 new books inbound tomorrow
Suicide of a Superpower by Buchanan
Fall of Western Man by Mark Collett
and two books on the opioid epidemic
after those Im gonna look into 33 Strategies of War by Robert Greene
I was a big fan of 48 Laws of Power
books arriving soon
amazon says theyre "out for delivery"
rubbing their hands
wasa this buchanan? lol
tbh it sounds too big brained for him
fall of western man
interesting, is mark collett a big brained nibba
seems so so far
Anyone here read Lovecraft?
Fellas does anyone think about the contradiction in the premise of 1984
Like everything in he book is a contradiction. The slogan, the ministries, newspeak, the names for things
I have LotR books, gates of fire, and jordan petersons 12 rules to life.
Any suggestion for books like these, not really political types but more message based for self
I was thinking of getting that Notes from the underground book nick mentioned yesterday
https://youtu.be/_m08enaIBSc CRP talking live about how Nick beating him made him retreat from the Internet
@shinjitsu If Winston Smith was ultimately brainwashed like the rest of the proles and the outer party, it makes no sense that he wouldn't have already been sufficiently conditioned to begin with, like the rest of them. It seems like Orwell's premise, which was that humans are fundamentally and totally programmable, butted up against the need to have a protagonist in the book.
@Barry White I disagree I think the idea was that everyone has some varying degree to how easy it will be to program them, and they choose Winston as a case of someone who is very hard to get control of. They even have a system built in to catch these people who are hopeful for revolution
And he does get programmed at the end when he finally gets killed
the other is just a basic overview by some doctor
and its more of a pamphlet
but seems like a good overview
this is my next secret project
in 3 yrs you will see william blake becoming a popular cultural icon
look for it, it takes time but we will blend the sweet and sour of th eold ways again
@scorch if you really want to improve you’re life read Ebola if you need a primer start with a handbook for right wing youth
thoughts on evola?
ebola he says wew
A philosopher every young European man should read
Not even the book talk channel is sacred
Currently reading Suicide of a Superpower
next is Dreamland by Sam Quiones (on the opioid epidemic)
then I have Stone's Rules and 33 Strategies of War in my shopping cart for when im ready
Also looking into Art of War
its a classic
I was looking into this one book called First Rate Madness
it links mental illness to good leadership
and sounds fascinating
it discusses how having a normie squarehead type of person cant think outside the box during a crisis
you have anything on psychology?
I was actually thinking about getting Jerome Corsi's "Killing the Deep State"
its probably wild
about the FBI spying on Trump during the campaign
Yeah Propaganda seemed dry
I was thinking about getting it
Yeah even if it is bullshit
it should be a dopamine rush
Ted Malloch, Ive heard of him
He was an insider with all sorts of Globalist programs right?
is Evola as big brained as he seems?
we out here chillin
Love how snapple advertises their new plastic bottle like its a good thing
Completely changes the taste IMO
glass bottle nationalism
as a cashier I approve
anti plastic action
The profileration of plastic and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.
In Suicide of a Superpower Buchanan calls out the West for "abandoning" Ian Smith in Rhodesia and South Africa
Need good books on mythology
And has anyone read Birth of the West?
Ian Smith did nothing wrong
Lady Gregory's Irish mythology is the definitive book on the subject @Deleted User
Tfw your friends won't read Kaczynski because he bombed some people
@Solipsistic Vinarchy Said you liked Buchanan you read the Uneccesssary War
Fellas losing the reading motivation
How do you keep it up when you’re not feeling it
take a break
or get a book that really fascinates you
even better if its a short one
Just got my hands on The American Caesar, about Douglas MacArthur
he was a badass
He or Patton, rather than Eisenhower should've ran for President tbh
On trade and China
Has anyone here read The Vanishing American Dream by Virginia Abernathy
Virgin 1984 vs Chad Brave New World
Yes I am currently reading it, it illustrates the problem of mass immigration, population pressure, social cohesion etc.
It's a really detailed book, citing hundreds of research studies
Hitler's Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0300234546/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_1U8jBbW75WZQR
I'm reading a book series at the moment on napoleon it's the best of read on him yet . It's by Michael briers the first book is called soldier of destiny it really moves the histography if napoleon forward in a big way
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i need some reccs for the wars
@Callaghan iv read a good bit on him before and it's mainly focused on napoleon so it covers more the parts of the wars he's involved with so the seige of toulon , the Italian campaigns in the 2nd and 3d wars of the coalition's and invasion of Egypt after that napoleon's in full control so it in detail covers all the subsequent wars
@Callaghan the book uses a large database of napoleon s letter to bring alot of new context to him, many historians either turn napoleon into a 1d villian or a saint a this new series of books I find does about to scrutinise these and give a clear picture if your looking for more military history maybe try David g chandler he's English so he might be abit biased but he served in the army briefly so he come at it with that type of view
@GG The Rat King where does he stand on the great man theory? tolsoty shits on it all the time
@Callaghan well he doesn't really hold to it but he's isn't a massive critics of it either , I'm a big fan of napoleon but Tolstoy trash him and the great man theory relentlessly but I still enjoyed his work war and peace no-one writes like Tolstoy and his russian view is quite intresting
@Callaghan my view of it is napoleon was a genius but without the wealth of talented administrators and generals that came up with him during the revolution he would have been very limited in what he could do . Take someone like his chief of staff Bierther he was in some ways essential to napoleon and you can sense napoleon's loss of him in the Waterloo campaign where his organisational skills where surley missed
@GG The Rat King Thanks, I'm about halfway through war and peace now so im looking for more books on the war and napoleon. Any others you like?
Waterloo by david g chandler ,the second instalment of that series is spirt of the age which I'm reading right now and that author has many books on different parts of Europe @Callaghan if I think of any others il let u know
Why not read kokoro while you’re at it
>name is shinjitsu
>calls other weeb for reading Mishima
Mishima is like the opposite of weeb lol
I’ll lend you my copy of kokoro when you’re done
i lend my chode to ur moms butt hole
Never saw this lol
Wrong channel sorry lol
i like to read books
All Catholics should read this book
Anyone read Yukio Mishima?
Looking for a woke Hitler biography
@sbbu Volker isn’t too much of a lib Hitler: Volume I: Ascent 1889–1939 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0099590239/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_yZqpBbC1SEK99
this guy was on tucker tonight