Message from Callaghan in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk


2018-04-27 16:36:55 UTC  

It's a meme

2018-04-27 16:37:07 UTC  

I like how it goes from trump to siege

2018-04-27 21:46:51 UTC  

grrrrrrrrr

2018-04-28 00:39:34 UTC  

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2018-04-28 00:39:39 UTC  

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2018-04-28 00:39:44 UTC  

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.

2018-04-28 00:41:05 UTC  

Fwiw I've already read everything on the top row but the Bible and Leviathan of the second list

2018-04-28 01:33:50 UTC  

has anyone read Fear and Trembling?

2018-04-28 01:58:17 UTC  

what are some good books about jews that were written by catholics?

2018-04-28 02:04:04 UTC  

The Book of Acts and Romans

2018-04-28 02:04:09 UTC  
2018-04-28 02:55:54 UTC  

anybody read

2018-04-28 02:55:58 UTC  

"Who Are We"

2018-04-28 02:56:03 UTC  

by Huntington?

2018-04-28 02:56:32 UTC  

@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)

2018-04-28 02:57:21 UTC  

@Sleightology look up E Michael Jones

2018-04-28 16:23:13 UTC  

@Solipsistic Vinarchy no but I’ve read other stuff by him

2018-04-28 16:23:30 UTC  

Not the most exciting but definitely good read

2018-04-28 23:10:58 UTC  

@Mephisto is it really required to slog through hegel for kiekegaard?

2018-04-29 00:21:18 UTC  

@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

2018-04-29 01:14:53 UTC  

@Mephisto there must be copies with annotations for brainlets right?

2018-04-29 01:59:51 UTC  

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

2018-04-29 02:00:18 UTC  

@Callaghan sickness unto death is very good book though

2018-04-29 02:59:24 UTC  

What are some good books on WW2

2018-04-29 02:59:41 UTC  

Gimme like 5 or so

2018-04-29 02:59:45 UTC  

Plox

2018-04-29 11:17:31 UTC  

Stanford.edu usually has good essays summarising philosophy

2018-04-29 15:20:33 UTC  

@NormanLord this is really good thanks

2018-04-29 15:43:25 UTC  

Np

2018-04-29 15:43:56 UTC  

Very good piece on cognitivism vs non cognitivism if anyone is interested in jurisprudence

2018-04-29 15:56:09 UTC  

on the same site?

2018-04-29 18:07:49 UTC  

Yup just search it

2018-04-30 15:54:46 UTC  

Should pin that tbh

2018-05-03 04:06:22 UTC  

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2018-05-04 01:14:15 UTC  

other unifags probably already know about it but http://www.bartleby.com/ has a great collection of literature

2018-05-04 05:12:19 UTC  

Any good books on Jelqing?

2018-05-04 15:57:35 UTC  

>jelqing

2018-05-04 16:18:29 UTC  

@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

2018-05-04 16:40:54 UTC  

Read liberalism is a sin

2018-05-04 16:41:08 UTC  

Very good book by a very learned Spanish priest