[LifeFuel] A Thread for Books

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This thread is to discuss books: Either those you have read, will read, wish to read, or recommend others to read.

Enjoy!
 
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-100 years of solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
-Phenomenology of spirit by Georg Hegel
-Beyond good and evil by Friedrich Nietzsche
 
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I've actually named myself (and my blog I've currently turned off / private because I'm too lazy to write ATM) after a book:

“Red Shambhala” is derived from a book by Russian historian Andrei Znamenski. In it, he describes how the Buddhist Shambhala myth was used in the early 20th century to promote various spiritual, social and geopolitical agendas in Inner-Asia. For instance, while some Bolshevik diplomats and Bolshevik secret police officers tried to use native prophecies to anchor Communism in the Tibetan-Mongolian world, others felt that although one can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs, the Russian Civil War (1917-1922) resulted in millions of broken eggs without having created an edible omelette. Hence, they were interested in linking Communism with Buddhism and ran some of the first scientific experiments on meditation in a secret laboratory in Moscow. Unsurprisingly, they later got murdered during the Yezhovshchina, the “Great Purge” of Soviet Russia. Nevertheless, I do find that idea, that title, fascinating. A red Shambhala. (My second “Christian” blog I named after that Ingmar Bergman movie “Smultronstället”, which literally means “The wild strawberry patch” but idiomatically signifies an underrated gem of a place, often with personal or sentimental value.)
 
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Alaine de Botton is a cuck. Reading his books is accepting bluepill brainwashing. You can cope in other ways.
 
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Some great authors
Stephen King
Junji Ito
Dean Koontz

As for actual books there are FAR too many to name just a few
 
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Michel Houellebecq
 
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Alaine de Botton is a cuck. Reading his books is accepting bluepill brainwashing. You can cope in other ways.
This in no way whatsoever describes the book I linked to in the OP.
 
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This in no way whatsoever describes the book I linked to in the OP.
Idk I haven't read that book, but I've watched his youtube channel some years ago and he was just incredibly cucked.
 
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It's just a general impression I got. His beta cuck demeanor, the fact that he's openly a pervert, and all the bad philosophy that could only come out of a retarded cuck's mouth.
 
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It's just a general impression I got.
Well don't elaborate by any means what's cucky about him.

His beta cuck demeanor, the fact that he's openly a pervert,
How is he a pervert? Again, lame use of "beta cuck" without elaboration. It's people like you that make these words lose meaning.

and all the bad philosophy that could only come out of a retarded cuck's mouth.
I'd be glad to have a discussion about any of his philosophy that you think is retarded or bad.
 
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Can someone recommend me some books? I want something on those topics:


A victim gets revenge on his bully(would be great if the revenge would be brutal).

Books similar to "How to win friends and influence people" that you specifically like.

Some psychology books.

Blackpilled books, preferably blackpill of our nature and lookism.
Post about books you like here. can mods sticky this?

As someone who is not where he would like to be professionally and who is bothered that so many are doing better, I cope with this book titled Status Anxiety by Alaine De Button. The audiobook of it is on youtube. High IQ and therapeutic, and incels might find it helpful since many of us regard ourselves as low status because of our inceldom or looks or NEET status etc.

Thanks for the audiobook. I always download and play some audiobook while I wagecuck, every day from Monday to Friday, and I've been searching for some books that are related to our situation.
 
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Well don't elaborate by any means what's cucky about him.



How is he a pervert? Again, lame use of "beta cuck" without elaboration. It's people like you that make these words lose meaning.



I'd be glad to have a discussion about any of his philosophy that you think is retarded or bad.
Dude I already said that I watched his videos years ago, which is when I came to the conclusion that he was a cuck. I don't remember everything that irked me about him, I don't remember all the arguments against him.
And I'm not going to waste hours of my life listening to his bullshit again just because someone on an incel forum questioned my intellectual fortitude and challenged me to a debate on Alain de fucking Botton. I don't ever want to discuss him, I just gave my opinion, take it or leave it.
 
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Dude I already said that I watched his videos years ago, which is when I came to the conclusion that he was a cuck. I don't remember everything that irked me about him, I don't remember all the arguments against him.
And I'm not going to waste hours of my life listening to his bullshit again just because someone on an incel forum questioned my intellectual fortitude and challenged me to a debate on Alain de fucking Botton. I don't ever want to discuss him, I just gave my opinion, take it or leave it.
It was a bad opinion.
 
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The GREAT and SECRET Show, by clive barker.... The main character is the ULTIMATE INCEL!! Randolph Jaffe, later known as the "Jaffe".. Complete introvert, born ugly, balding, 40, and hates the world and EVERYONE in it!! Eventually BECAUSE of his solitude, and given the WORST job in the post office BECAUSE hes an incel type, he discovers SECRETS behind the world, and eventually becomes a being of Power... But in the process of this also creates his ultimate Nemesis, another being of equal power thats the opposite of him, Light to the Jaffes Darkness! Its an AMAZING BOOK!!! And perfect for incels.... Theres also a major chad in there that gets exactly what he deserves.. hehe
 
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Obviously I recommend Hoellebecq's novels, mainly "Atomised", "Whatever" (very blackpilled novel where we met the incel character Tisserand) and "Submission" (where we can see how liberal and secularized France submit herself to Sharia also because sexually frustrated men can achieve one or more wives in this way).
I advice also very interesting dystopian novels like Orwell's ones ("1984" and "Animal farm") and above all "Brave New World" by Huxley, where we can see a very likely future society, where sexuality is polygamous and moral-free since childhood and humanity is divided into classes based on beauty and intelligence both scientifically determined (obviously top classes are beautiful and intelligent and selected for high-level jobs, while lower ones are at the bottom of the society).
Then, some of my favorite books are all Tolkien's and Asimov's works, the best choices if you like respectively fantasy and/or sci-fi.
About politics, I can suggest a lot of stuff both on Fascist/NatSoc and Socialist/Communist sides, but about contemporary writers I recommend the (relatively mainstream, at least here) hegelo-marxist Italian philosopher Diego Fusaro, one of the few who condemn the today promiscuous sexuality from the left.

I would be really glad to read some book advices by @IntolerantSocialist however!
 
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I think Houellebecq's works should be required course for any incel, especially Atomized and Whatever.
 
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Post about books you like here. can mods sticky this?

As someone who is not where he would like to be professionally and who is bothered that so many are doing better, I cope with this book titled Status Anxiety by Alaine De Button. The audiobook of it is on youtube. High IQ and therapeutic, and incels might find it helpful since many of us regard ourselves as low status because of our inceldom or looks or NEET status etc.

Forced to read him in highschool, instinctual distaste for him. Also, didn't give Marxism a fair deal.
-100 years of solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
-Phenomenology of spirit by Georg Hegel
-Beyond good and evil by Friedrich Nietzsche
My nigga. Never read the middle one, any tips on which companions should be read first, or should I just dive in?
Michel Houellebecq
Opinion on him? Might investigate
Obviously I recommend Hoellebecq's novels, mainly "Atomised", "Whatever" (very blackpilled novel where we met the incel character Tisserand) and "Submission" (where we can see how liberal and secularized France submit herself to Sharia also because sexually frustrated men can achieve one or more wives in this way).
I advice also very interesting dystopian novels like Orwell's ones ("1984" and "Animal farm") and above all "Brave New World" by Huxley, where we can see a very likely future society, where sexuality is polygamous and moral-free since childhood and humanity is divided into classes based on beauty and intelligence both scientifically determined (obviously top classes are beautiful and intelligent and selected for high-level jobs, while lower ones are at the bottom of the society).
Then, some of my favorite books are all Tolkien's and Asimov's works, the best choices if you like respectively fantasy and/or sci-fi.
About politics, I can suggest a lot of stuff both on Fascist/NatSoc and Socialist/Communist sides, but about contemporary writers I recommend the (relatively mainstream, at least here) hegelo-marxist Italian philosopher Diego Fusaro, one of the few who condemn the today promiscuous sexuality from the left.

I would be really glad to read some book advices by @IntolerantSocialist however!
Fuck Eric Blair, Stalin did nothing wrong, read Grover Furr
right, here's some

https://stalinsocietypk.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/another-view-of-stalin1.pdf

https://msuweb.montclair.edu/~furrg/

http://www.rationalrevolution.net/special/library/famine.htm

use tor+tails
 
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My nigga. Never read the middle one, any tips on which companions should be read first, or should I just dive in?
Depends on what is your taste? If u like old school existentialism/nihilism/aesthetics then do read Hegel, but if u want to start from a lighter note then read Albert Camus or Jean-Satre(Myth of Sisyphus and Being and nothingness respectively), personally I read French enlightenment philosophers like, John Locke, Voltaire etc, but if u want book recommendations PM me.
 
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Ask the Dust by John Fanté is a must read for incels imo. Very blackpilled book.
 
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One chapter away from finishing the Illiad. Reading A Man and His Symbols, thinking of starting The Divine Comedy.
 
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Status is basically only for males, to be a female and have status all you have to do is shake your tits around chads
 
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Started reading the witcher novels. They're good and easy to get in to.
 
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Post about books you like here. can mods sticky this?

As someone who is not where he would like to be professionally and who is bothered that so many are doing better, I cope with this book titled Status Anxiety by Alaine De Button. The audiobook of it is on youtube. High IQ and therapeutic, and incels might find it helpful since many of us regard ourselves as low status because of our inceldom or looks or NEET status etc.

Is it on Amazon or eBay? Next best things are Blackwells/Waterstones & Foyles?
I think Houellebecq's works should be required course for any incel, especially Atomized and Whatever.
Quick summary what's it about?
Some great authors
Stephen King
Junji Ito
Dean Koontz

As for actual books there are FAR too many to name just a few
The website "thrift books"?
Can someone recommend me some books? I want something on those topics:


A victim gets revenge on his bully(would be great if the revenge would be brutal).

Books similar to "How to win friends and influence people" that you specifically like.

Some psychology books.

Blackpilled books, preferably blackpill of our nature and lookism.
Interesting.
 
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Obviously I recommend Hoellebecq's novels, mainly "Atomised", "Whatever" (very blackpilled novel where we met the incel character Tisserand) and "Submission" (where we can see how liberal and secularized France submit herself to Sharia also because sexually frustrated men can achieve one or more wives in this way).
I advice also very interesting dystopian novels like Orwell's ones ("1984" and "Animal farm") and above all "Brave New World" by Huxley, where we can see a very likely future society, where sexuality is polygamous and moral-free since childhood and humanity is divided into classes based on beauty and intelligence both scientifically determined (obviously top classes are beautiful and intelligent and selected for high-level jobs, while lower ones are at the bottom of the society).
Then, some of my favorite books are all Tolkien's and Asimov's works, the best choices if you like respectively fantasy and/or sci-fi.
About politics, I can suggest a lot of stuff both on Fascist/NatSoc and Socialist/Communist sides, but about contemporary writers I recommend the (relatively mainstream, at least here) hegelo-marxist Italian philosopher Diego Fusaro, one of the few who condemn the today promiscuous sexuality from the left.

I would be really glad to read some book advices by @IntolerantSocialist however!

shit man, dis mah thread

Sorel and Bakunin have books, relating to "propaganda by the deed" (Siege before Siege existed)
Camatte was a Marxist-Leninist/Council Comm who went Anprim to escape consumerism
Hegel is mandatory but its best to read quotes by him than his entire books. too much autism for me and I am autistic. Hegel also inspired Caesar's Legion. also the Dialectic is good for manipulation.
De Maistre/Evola/Guenon for neoreaction, the latter two for Astral Projection
Alexandre Kojeve (even though he created the EU) did not only a book on Hegel, but Kant as well as a harsh immolation of Spinoza and Descartes. not sure of its availability in NOT French.
Nietszche is all around good
Machiavelli - The Prince, OG Pragmatism and cutthroatness
any writings from Marcion Of Sinope are good, if they can be retrieved.
Plato -The Republic, mandatory
Aristotle was pretty harsh on women
Pol Pot's red book, and Ted K's manifesto
Louis Althusser was anti-humanist Orthodox Marxist wife strangler
Gramsci is good even though a lot of Dark Enlightenment types misinterpret his ideas. The Prison Notebooks are a good start
Martin Heidegger is good
Werner Sombart, another good author
I like Arthur Schopenhauer but he was a proto-MGTOW.
Albert Camus is decent if only for absurdism
Thomas Hobbes - Leviathan, but that's all I've ever read
Oswald Spengler is mostly hard to interpret and is mostly based on historical accounts
Gottfried Feder, economics
Ernst Niekisch, if you can find the translation project
Ernst Junger for combat theory
Max Stirner because he's funny as hell


and lastly, Leo Strauss and Sigmund Freud for being the token jews.

avoid Descartes, Spinoza, Locke, Paul-Sartre, all trash. Orwell was a turncoat and his books were trash too.
not a Russell fan either, sorry OP
 
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shit man, dis mah thread

Sorel and Bakunin have books, relating to "propaganda by the deed" (Siege before Siege existed)
Camatte was a Marxist-Leninist/Council Comm who went Anprim to escape consumerism
Hegel is mandatory but its best to read quotes by him than his entire books. too much autism for me and I am autistic. Hegel also inspired Caesar's Legion. also the Dialectic is good for manipulation.
De Maistre/Evola/Guenon for neoreaction, the latter two for Astral Projection
Alexandre Kojeve (even though he created the EU) did not only a book on Hegel, but Kant as well as a harsh immolation of Spinoza and Descartes. not sure of its availability in NOT French.
Nietszche is all around good
Machiavelli - The Prince, OG Pragmatism and cutthroatness
any writings from Marcion Of Sinope are good, if they can be retrieved.
Plato -The Republic, mandatory
Aristotle was pretty harsh on women
Pol Pot's red book, and Ted K's manifesto
Louis Althusser was anti-humanist Orthodox Marxist wife strangler
Gramsci is good even though a lot of Dark Enlightenment types misinterpret his ideas. The Prison Notebooks are a good start
Martin Heidegger is good
Werner Sombart, another good author
I like Arthur Schopenhauer but he was a proto-MGTOW.
Albert Camus is decent if only for absurdism
Thomas Hobbes - Leviathan, but that's all I've ever read
Oswald Spengler is mostly hard to interpret and is mostly based on historical accounts
Gottfried Feder, economics
Ernst Niekisch, if you can find the translation project
Ernst Junger for combat theory
Max Stirner because he's funny as hell


and lastly, Leo Strauss and Sigmund Freud for being the token jews.

avoid Descartes, Spinoza, Locke, Paul-Sartre, all trash. Orwell was a turncoat and his books were trash too.
not a Russell fan either, sorry OP
You're a very good reader I see! I have read almost them all, had Kojeve in my reading list yet (his works were translated in Italian luckily) and will check Althusser soon, thanks for mentioning him!
However it's interesting the influence that Hegel had on the concept of Fallout's Legion indeed, he is even mentioned and summarized even by Caesar himself.
About Orwell I know he was anti-Stalinist, but despite that I find his novels quite entertaining.
 
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I can only speak (midly) only one other language and that's German. English translations are barely available. I guess publishers don't want Americunts like me reading his shit and getting ideas and whatnot.

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this is why we can't have nice things.

the books I listed are far from normie, in fact if you quote them, people will get mad. especially Stirner, he was an asshole.

everything I like is not even approaching normie except vidya. and if you say 'cope', you get the 'rope'
 
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Before uni I read "Loner" by Teddy Wayne. Can't really say I "liked" it but I did find it interesting because it is the only contemporary novel I know of that's just about someone going to school. It's written by this numale cuck which is evident in the writing which tries to tackle the issue of "toxic masculinity" by having the main character be a straight white cis scum male who was a loser in high school but upon entering harvard university and spotting the first stacey he sees, he becomes obsessed with her and somehow despite being a complete subhuman manages to manipulate a girl into being his gf just to get closer to the stacey. Shows just how clueless cucks are
 
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Look, i know this is a serious as fuck phylosophy brainiac thread, but has any one read a Dirk Pitt Novel?
I managed to get a hold of two of those and will start reading one of them so what's your take on the books?
Are they any good?
 
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My favorite book is Neuromancer, anyone ever read it?
 
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My favorite book is Neuromancer, anyone ever read it?
Always wanted to read it but never got to it. There is an audio drama on YouTube though that seems to be pretty cool:

 
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Always wanted to read it but never got to it. There is an audio drama on YouTube though that seems to be pretty cool:

Cool I might check it out you really should read it.

You can read it all here for free.

http://project.cyberpunk.ru/lib/neuromancer/

There are two sequels Count something and Mona Lisa Overdrive which I heard are not as good but I'll probably get around to reading someday.

I find I can really relate with the character Case from Neuromancer and the book has been really influential on me. It's also pretty blackpilled.
 
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Elric
Wizard's First Rule
The Silmarillion

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Any books like Matrix trilogy? tbhtbh
 
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I'm loving this thread. So much new reading material for me!
 
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I read Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche to cope.
 
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Moby Dick - Herman Melville.

Ahab truly embodies the human condition in a way with which many of us resonate— namely that to struggle in futility is the human condition. Coupled with a gorgeous setting, painstakingly accurate descriptions of eighteenth century whaling, and many positive themes of masculinity makes this a must-read for any man.
 
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Stephan King is a feminist cuck boy. Just sayin for anyone still recommending him.

Read Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melnibone; conceived as the anti-thesis of Conan The Barbarian, a sickly albino Emperor of a degenerate nation, who uses drugs and diabolic sorcery to stay alive. He turns his back on his own people and then destroys them, promptly before wandering the Earth hacking and slashing shitbags with his unholy runeblade Stormbringer.

Any of Robert E Howard's characters are a must read, be it Conan, Krull, Solomon Kane, etc. All his stories are politically incorrect, and savage as fuck.
 
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I have recently finished "The Trial" by Franz Kafka, and I found it a very humorous and excellent dystopian novel which creates it's own category of dystopia; which not only far predates the "Huxleyan" and "Orwellian" dystopias of "Brave New World" and "1984", respectively, but also surpasses them in terror and accuracy. "Le Rouge et le Noir" by Stendhal is in the mail, and I plan to read Dostoevsky and Bulgakov afterwards with an eye towards the modernism and maximalism of Joyce, Pynchon, and David Foster-Wallace.

Another great cope is the study of mathematics. I am recapitulating "The Principles of Mathematical Analysis" by Walter Rudin; to be followed by a study of "Real and Complex Analysis" by the same; "Topology" by Munkres; and then a foray into differential geometry through Lee's books on the subjects. Oh, and also Barnsley's book on fractals as a fun aside.
 
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Anything by David Irving

Currently reading the bible to get it over with.
 
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Immanuel Kant's A Critique Of Pure Reason is a no brainer, I posted a list of books in another thread if someone can find it.

EDIT: oh its in this thread. nvm.
 
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oh that last one is probably me in ten years.
 
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SIEGE is good, although Reflections On Violence by George Sorel was Siege before SIEGE.

jsyk I used to know the head of Atomwaffen on a first name basis and he used to talk to me on the phone before he went AWOL in Death Valley.
 
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btw, wanted to ask what people thought about the book turned vidya "I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream" by Harlan Ellison.
 
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