Message from Mephisto in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk
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"