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books books let's talk about books Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVYCountry code: blank.gif, country type: ponyflag, valid: 41918898[View All]

I'm a little over 300 pages into Moby Dick and it's REALLY good.

There are an enormous amount of references to historical figures/events, biblical stories, and other authors/books that are mostly lost on me because I am not very well-read in that regard.

My plan is that when I finish the book I will buy my own copy and at some point go through rereading but with a highlighter to mark all the things I want to look up or read about.

I love the prose but I think it's funny how almost every sentence is what my high school english teacher would have considered a "run-on" sentence.

What be you reading, /oat/?
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>>42119884
That is probably accurate to say, but now you're back to thinking about the moment, rather than participating in the moment. I'll give another example: You could say "Think Big!" and "Think Small!" and probably account for the verity of both in your experience. But there is no "middle ground" between them; and if you say, "Well, you have to balance them", then you are already on the back foot. You have added "mind" with a little 'm', as it is thought of in the Zen traditions.

(Another approach is to regard thought itself as an act of participation; this goes into second-order cybernetics and divides geo-cultures from cyber-cultures. This is still in the process of experiment, and may be a defining technological condition of the 21st century, the way the atom bomb and the advent of information theory were for the 20th).

What are needed in such cases are what are called "oblique strategies", which do not try to approach the problem of, say, "Think Big/Think Small" directly, because of the problem described above. An example might be, when faced with a problem, drawing a card which says "Make it more sensual".

You're very kind. I read about as much as the average person, I would say. I read slowly, even. It was hard for me to keep up reading schedules when I was in school.

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>>42119945
I think what I was thinking about is more of a trying to think about multiple perspectives approach. One can get really caught up in the biases and goals of one's goal but failing to at least understand what others need could can give some headaches. Maybe it's just stupid fluff I was thinking about but we always make decisions based on a consensus of different perspectives. And easy thing would be saying you think of the cost, taste and familiarity of a food you buy. The more difficult would be having your work done but you consider it's part for the other departments. When I last had a proper job I recall difficulties with different parties speaking different languages metaphorically and just expecting the other to be a mind reader and in the end everybody was just angry and self righteous how dumb the other party was.

I am not sure if this is coherent or sensible at all. I've really stopped being confident in my language skills in general.

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>>42119877
>I've read a bit of Gibbon, who is important from an interpretive point of view.
Yeah, I’ve thought about getting Fall and Decline, but it costs £35 for the first 3 volumes, and it would probably be better to wait and read it latter on when I’ve done at least at little research into his books, although right now it’s something I want to do by the end of the year, possibly by summer if I get the money.

The only problem I have with it is that most of the books seem to cover the very late Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire. He should have written a prequel volume or two on the fall and decline of the republic, and possibly even a shorter work for the Kingdom.

Reading through his work from 753BC to 1453AD would be really interesting, and it would give you a comprehensive view of the whole of Roman civilisation, not just the decline of it. Although having said that I’m sure he talks about the Republic and probably the Kingston as well as context for the rest of the books.

>I think when we read a primary source of ancient history there is a step of imagination

Reading a history book often deals in the abstract, dates, events, places, people, etc, while many historical books written about the time will usually go into the politics, philosophy, general feeling of the time, as well as the ideas and the opinions of the writer himself. You can’t really give your opinion in a history book, and most and broad and pretty comprehensive, while historical books are extremely opinionated and can often deal the perspective of a particularly individual (presumably the writer) rather than something wide as an event, or possibly even years, decades, centuries, no, they’re very specific. Essentially history books are objective, historical books are subjective.

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>>42120003
>And easy thing would be saying you think of the cost, taste and familiarity of a food you buy. The more difficult would be having your work done but you consider it's part for the other departments.
Right on the nose. You have described two entirely different domains--if I might rephrase: one where we "make ourselves out of something", and another where we look for groups. Actually these are both valid and equally easy/difficult, and have their own sort of struggles. Systemically speaking they are independent but mutually involved. One of the main challenges of this sort of thinking is to be able to conceive and hold opposites together without "[getting] angry and self-righteous at how dumb the other party is."

>>42120131
Overall, the Decline is eminently readable and does not suffer for lack of scope.

Gibbon's purpose was not to set out a comprehensive history of Rome. In the eighteenth century the Roman Empire was already considered to be the jewel of western civilization and the model of state management and civil engineering for an increasingly secular world. Gibbon's primary contribution was interpretive: he ascribed her fall to the spread of Christianity and a loss of martial spirit. This was a big break from Hobbes, for example, who considered progress in society to be "God-centered". On a broader philosophical level, it marked the beginning of a transition from a world characterized by dualism of mind (spirit) and matter to one which was subject to measurement and proof in a more thoroughgoing way.

The distinction you are making is that between "scientific history" and "historicism", where the use of history is in putting across a certain point of view. In a broad sense, in both cases, history is the art of interpretation, and these approaches differ only by method. A completely "objective" history would be unintelligible; it would read like a computer generating a set of words and dates according to a seed/building rule procedure. The historian, like the scientist, must make judgments about what information is relevant to the given inquiry.
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>>42120351
I understand that he was trying to tackle only one specific angle of Roman history from a certain perspective, and I’m not discrediting his work for not being objective or broad enough, I just wish he had written a few more separate works on the Republic, although there are countless other books oit there about the Republic, so I suppose you could always read one of those.

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YO

RECCOMMEND ME SOME NOVELLAS/SHORT BOOKS

FICTION PREFERRED

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>>42120751

South American special forces have some goofy-ass aesthetics.

Have you read John Steinbeck's The Moon is Down? Is a very good short story with significant historic relevance.

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>>42120751
The Roman Catholic Chatachisim.

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>>42120770
I'll check it out.

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>>42120751
Mumu. A short tragic Russian novel about a deaf and dumb serf and his dog. Only 60 pages

http://www.online-literature.com/turgenev/1972/

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>>42120751
Find a copy of Lectures on Literature by Vladimir Nabokov. The essays and critiques are worthwhile in and of themselves and offer points of departure for the reader who wants to go deep into the art of fiction.

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I’ve decided to finally get through this because I have nothing else to do during the current unofficial lockdown.

What am I in for? Is this book any good, or is it just popular because long book is long?

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>>42120803
Fuck Nicholas.

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>>42120836
Some of the names in this are completely fucked.

>Novosiltsev

What the hell is that? At least I can actually read Nicholas.

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>>42120859
Russian names are something to be aware of. Especially when you have a name like "Tchaikovsky".

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>>42120803
I liked it, but I like those tragic romances.

Heads up, it's more romance than Napoleon.

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About to start reading: For Crew and Country by John Wukovits.

This is the story of the Destroyer Escort USS Samuel B. Roberts at the battle of Samar, Oct 25th 1944. Where the dozen or so light escort carriers, destroyers and destroyer escorts of the American naval unit Taffey-3 found itself facing off against nearly the full might of the Imperial Japanese Navy, including the battleships Yamato, Nagato, Kongou, Haruna, Fusou and Yamashiro.
The Yamato alone weighed more than the entirety of Taffey-3.
I'll let my boy Drachnifel explain how it turned out:
The Battle of Samar - Odds? What are those?

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>>42120798
Thanks.

However, I randomly decided decided to start listening to an audiobook of H.G. Wells' 'The Invisible Man', because I remembered a movie based on it just came out (which I can't go see in theaters, because they're closed, for obvious reasons -_-).

I'm making it a goal to read two chapters a day minimum.

🕴️ THE INVISIBLE MAN by H.G. Wells - FULL AudioBook 🎧📖 | Greatest🌟AudioBooks V1

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Well with the pandemic keeping us cooped up, what you guys got on your backlist?

I got some cooking books, a book about human Cadavers, some self help books, and a few stories that I'm about two chapters in.

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>>42120888
Yeah I imagine I’ll enjoy the war stuff more than a lot of the romance and drama. And apparently there’s a lot of non-fiction later on in the book, philosophy, war tactics, etc, which is also fun.

So far I’m really enjoying it, although again some of the 19th century drama stuff is quite boring.

>>42120904
After War and Peace I’ve got a printer that can print out whatever I’m interested in. I’m thinking of printing out a shorter sifi book after it.
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>>42120911
Which sci-fi book?

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>>42120914
I don’t know, I was thinking maybe Starship Troopers, but that would be at least about a month away from now.

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>>42120911
It may be a mistake to suggest, but you may like Nechayev's Catechism of a Revolutionary or Bakunin's Statism and Anarchy and God and the State.

They're certainly associated with certain political philosophies these days, but the part where they overlap is a part that I think overlaps with your own philosophy as well.

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>>42120957
>Anarchism
>Nihilism
>the destruction of society and the state

Kind of the opposite actually. Someone like René Guénon, Julius Evola, or Savitri Devi is more my speed.

Marx at least had a vision for the future and a pretty interesting critique of Capitalism, it seems like these guys are more on the level of The Ego and It’s Own, unless I’m mistaken.

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>>42120965
ngl I've been trying to get into Christian anarchism for quite some time. Mostly because I detest capitalism and the state. The one true authority is God Himself and that's a fact.

However, I need to do more reading for sure. I know reading just Tolstoy isn't enough.

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>>42121153
I’ve been thinking of getting into Theravada Buddhism though watching this channel over the past few months.

I couldn’t get into any other religion because I’m naturally too sceptical to accept a metaphysical claim without any evidence, especially such a big one. My mind constantly jumps from all kinds of ideas, but something like God isn’t a thing I could seriously humour for any long period of time without evidence. Although for the most part Buddhism is just a philosophy, or at least can be followed as such, and a lot of my beliefs seem to already line up really well with it, so it’s probably something I could get into and benefit from.

Also if you’re into anti-Capitalist stuff I suggest you read Marx. I got a Penguin Hardback of the Manifesto and it’s unironically one of the best political books I’ve ever read. It’s really comprehensive but emotive, and a lot of it (especially the beginning) focuses on the inherent moral, culture, and national decay that Capitalism brings about.
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>>42121162
No, but thanks.

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>>42121162
Aw hes entering his commie stage.
Thats adorable.

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>>42121170
I don’t think I’m quite ready to call myself a Strasserist (basically Nazbol-lite for anyone who isn’t a completely autistic retard), but the more I look into the more I’m persuaded.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strasserism

Maybe I won’t be banned from sites if I talk about how the Capitalists are trying to destroy Western-Civilisation with their degenerate agenda, rather than talking about Blacks and Jews.

A man can dream
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>>42121173
You'll run through that in a few months, you dont develop as much devotion to ideology the more your exposed to and the more of the world you experience for yourself.
At least in my experience.

You would probably have an easier time in that case, yes.
Id probably still give you shit though, so no help there.

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>>42121182
Yeah, I’m only 19. I’m trying to stay somewhat open minded and explore my ideology. I don’t expect to be the same person I am today when I’m 29 in every respect including ideology, in facf I expect to be radically different, and that’s a good thing.

Eventually I’ll settle on something, maybe this’ll be it, probably not, but I’ve only started to get interested in it so I don’t know.

>Id probably still give you shit though, so no help there.

Don’t worry, I know you’ll always be there to give me shit no matter what I believe.

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Time for some light reading!

Here is the graphic novel Crecy by Warren Ellis. It tells the story of the battle of Crecy between England and France in 1346 and how the English longbowman carved the heart out of the French aristocracy in a single day. Which they would go on to do again at Agincourt in 1415.
https://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Warren-Ellis-Crecy/Full

Is a short read, only 49 pages. Give it a look.

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>>42121762
>49 pages
Cool, I’ll read it today.

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>>42121762
This was hilarious, although it did drag on a bit to be honest.

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>>42121829

I think it did a pretty good job contextualizing the context. Though I can see how it could be tedious for some.

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>>41918898
Started reading The Opinions and Exploits of Doctor Faustroll, Pataphysician. This is considered the definitive text of the discipline of 'pataphysics. But there is a helping of poetry and delectable irony here, as well, so don't be afraid to make the trip.

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Got these delivered a few days ago. So far they’re both pretty 5/5, few if no flaws.

The last book I read was also an autobiography, but I painfully struggled to get through it because while decent, the writing style was extremely dry which made it hard to bare more than even 10 pages in one sitting. I don’t know if it’s the writing style (which is both easy to read and engaging) or the fact that I’m just more interested in this topic, but I’ve found this much more enjoyable. Other that I don’t how I could comment on it other than to say that it’s extremely comprehensive and objective, full of interesting sources.

The second book is something I saw about 6 months ago but forgot about until recently. It’s supposed to be a satirical take on Meiji era Japan (when the book was written) and more broadly human society in general, from the perspective of a cat.

I’d compare it to another book, Investigations of a Dog, which I read imagining that it would be in the style of this book, only for it to completely flop. Investigators of a Dog seemed to be an absolute mess, I found it hard to follow the plot which was written in a kind of diary-esque style. My main problem with it was that a lot of it’s content seemed more like thinly vailed analogies put forward by the author rather than the actual dog’s thoughts opinions. I am a Cat is the complete opposite of that.

Not only is the writing itself excellent, it genuinely seems to capture how one would imagine a cat might see the world from their perspective, both in the sense of the actual world, and it’s commentary on human society. Unlike the other book which only had one character (who seemed to be more of a placement for the authors ideas) this one has striking characters with genuine personalities, and the dynamic between them is both extremely engaging but realistic.

So far there hasn’t been much commentary on Meiji Japan specifically, but I’ve only started. But the commentary on some of the main human characters from the perspective of the cat is very interesting, and again seems genuine, as in you could imagine how a intelligent cat might passively view these people and their conversations from that perspective.
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Started reading Vico's Principles of the New Science of the Common Nature of Nations this week. In this work the author puts forward the idea of an 'ideal' historical pattern which is neither Cartesian nor primitivistic (i.e. interpreting civilization to be in a state of decay); instead, Vico argues for the idea that history unfolds in cycles. In our age of developed sociological disciplines this is no astonishing hypothesis; but Vico's text has many features, such as the idea of "inner view"--the principle that we can understand the experiences and motivations of others metaphysically by meditating upon commensurate psychic circumstances--which are very different from the Kantian view that would come to dominate Western thought forms in the 19th an 20th centuries, and which is an ingredient of today's "present mystique".

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boogs

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>>42137457
You're like a faith slut--you get bored with Solomon's wonders and throw yourself in vain at Arjuna's warrior heart.

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>>42137459

You don't know the half of it

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>>42137460
How many ministries do you have now?

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>>42137461

Officially? One.

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>>42137462
Do you stutter at the pulpit or are you a backdoor man?

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>>42137463

I'll have you know I'm the headliner

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>>42137464
Like corduroy pillows, is it? Well, good on you, sir. I can see you're a committed Maryologist. Always a controversial stance.

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>>42137467

Blessed

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>>42137455
Based cyclical view of history.

>>42137457
What else have you got?

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Any of y'all read the Professor Challenger stories?

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>>42137538

That I have pictures of? Nothing.


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