Message from Solipsistic Vinarchy in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk
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