Message from Nemets in Literature Club #general

2018-05-30 13:45:06 UTC  

2018-05-30 14:20:28 UTC  

2018-05-30 14:25:54 UTC  

@reactionarytree @Nerv - VA @Steve - NJ @Victor O @Cainnech - VA @Procella Eques @L1011TriStar @Goldendawn you've all been verified and now have full access to the ILC server. Welcome! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to myself or our <@&393557365972271106> team.

2018-05-30 14:27:58 UTC  

nice. I'm ready to get on that Reading Rainbow

2018-05-30 14:32:17 UTC  

@William_1994 - WA I missed this somehow, this is really well wrote. The only thing I would add is citations.

2018-05-30 15:17:38 UTC  

@CarletonJ I have edited my draft to appeal to race as an instrument for community and establishing virtue, rather than as an a priori concept. Although the latter is closer to my position, I feel that my new draft will be more persuasive as it appeals to the Thomist ethics to which my friend adheres.

2018-05-30 15:18:37 UTC  

Communities arise within a specific people whom share history, language, and customs; that almost always means within a race. These communities allows us to comprehend the telos of being human, although expressed differently; consider the aesthetic in black and white churches. As such, we must be aware of our race to establish the virtues that lead to our flourishing. In this way, we may think of a community as a family and a race as an extended family. The moral laws applying to this extended family are much like those applying a person’s biological family, specifically concerning love and duty. A mother loves her child more than other children, so also should people within a certain ethno-cultural community (expressed within a race) feel a special filial love between them and act in accordance to actualize their virtues.

2018-05-30 15:22:10 UTC  

@William_1994 - WA This is perfect. Have you ever considered writing articles or even a book?

2018-05-30 15:26:09 UTC  

I used to write occasional articles under my pseudonym ("Cultural Heresy"), but I deleted everything after Cville. I would like to do that again in future.

2018-05-30 15:28:46 UTC  

@William_1994 - WA wait a minute, do you use Twitter? One of the accounts I follow is Cultural Heresy.

2018-05-30 15:29:46 UTC  

Yes, that's me haha

2018-05-30 15:30:40 UTC  

Hahaha this is crazy. I've been following you for some time now. I enjoy your tweets.

2018-05-30 15:31:24 UTC  

Thanks, dude.

2018-06-05 01:31:46 UTC  

<#393247525198364676> is there any good books you would recommend.

2018-06-05 01:33:58 UTC  

@Rooster Cogburn i would check out the different categories in this server

2018-06-05 01:34:12 UTC  

the group is currently reading culture of critique currently

2018-06-05 01:34:36 UTC  

previously we read White Identity by Jared Taylor. i strongly suggest you read this one

2018-06-05 01:54:25 UTC  

@Zyzz thanks for the advice brother

2018-06-07 21:52:28 UTC  

2018-06-07 23:57:14 UTC  

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2018-06-08 19:43:49 UTC  

When we migrate to rocketchat, will all of this be transferred over?

2018-06-08 20:55:11 UTC  


2018-06-14 02:29:55 UTC  

@everyone has anyone read The Prince by Machiavelli

2018-06-14 02:33:41 UTC  

Yea I read it a couple years ago. I would say that book and a couple other books by Machiavelli is worth reading

2018-06-14 02:33:54 UTC  

His moral compass is pretty messed up though

2018-06-14 02:34:00 UTC  

@Rooster Cogburn yeah I loved it

2018-06-14 02:34:17 UTC  

I read that and a compilation of his political writings

2018-06-14 02:34:50 UTC  

@TV I will have to check it out.

2018-06-14 02:34:54 UTC  

What do you score?

2018-06-14 02:42:02 UTC  

@TV I got a 86

2018-06-14 02:42:39 UTC  

@Procella Eques I have never heard anything about his morals

2018-06-14 02:44:03 UTC  

@Rooster Cogburn have you read it?

2018-06-14 02:44:27 UTC  

I read the prince

2018-06-14 02:44:47 UTC  

What did you think?

2018-06-14 02:45:33 UTC  

@TV I’m gonna read it again because some of it slipped my mind.

2018-06-14 02:45:34 UTC  

I think most people understand he's strategically right, but disagree with the morals behind it. That's why I like it

2018-06-14 02:45:55 UTC  

It’s a pretty good book

2018-06-14 02:49:58 UTC  

I’ve never read the entire thing, the parts I’ve read were really insightful

2018-06-14 03:16:32 UTC  

@Tron that’s good I read all of it I just got to go back and read it again it’s been awhile

2018-06-14 12:25:40 UTC  

I’ve finished the Prince recently it’s short. Everyone should take a look at it