Message from j0hn in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk
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