nature decides how you're nurtured
- Nov 12, 2019
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500th reply by FastBananaCEO
I highly recommend this as well. At the very least, for those who have practiced since childhood in way of the blade, if you read this from a purely analytical and detached (in the Minecraft sense) perspective you will learn new techniques to sharpen your edge. This book is deserving of a rewrite for the (post-)modern age that would reframe it against the religion of Woke-insanity instead of Christianity, for the living forces of evil are to be found in the Moral Ideals of Social Justice.MIGHT IS RIGHT by Ragnar Redbeard
Wtf I never remeber saying thisI highly recommend this as well. At the very least, for those who have practiced since childhood in way of the blade, if you read this from a purely analytical and detached (in the Minecraft sense) perspective you will learn new techniques to sharpen your edge. This book is deserving of a rewrite for the (post-)modern age that would reframe it against the religion of Woke-insanity instead of Christianity, for the living forces of evil are to be found in the Moral Ideals of Social Justice.
The survival of the fittest, or the Philosophy of power : Redbeard, Ragnar, pseud : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet ArchiveThe metadata below describe the original scanning. Follow the All Files: HTTP link in the View the book box to the left to find XML files that contain more...archive.org
I'm also currently reading "Film Theory and Criticism" by Leo Braudy Marshall Cohen and "A History of Literary Criticism and Theory" (which is one of the few books on literary theory that isn't polluted with post-modernist/critical theory nonsense until the very end when the ideas and thinkers of that tradition / school of thoughts is appropriate to address and their ideas be explained.Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinksy for being 'politically effective'. He's a lefty but his tactics are useful for anyone wanting to do activism specifically for groups outside of polite/respectable society. Not normie-tier activism.
If you want to understand masculinities in an Ameri-centric context (I apologize to international users, I do not have any non-American recommendations), I HIGHLY recommend Bret Carroll's American Masculinities: A Historical Encyclopedia. This is a good read for those who want to understand the male experience/condition outside of the simplistic understand of masculinity/men's studies through r/TheRedPill and pickup artist youtube channels. Skip the introduction, it's SJW, anti-white male vilification and he complains about George Washington and Thomas Jefferson being called The Founding "Fathers".
I unironically recommend Elliott Rodger's My Twisted World. Obviously I disagree with the female concentration camps, female gender population reducation, surreal/ gratuitous violence described to achieve an "ideal sexless world" blah blah blah I do not condone violence, denunciation of hate and violence. Virtue signal. Okay we're all good.
Have you finished it? Thoughts? AFAIK Cultural revolution is one of the nastiest parts of the history. What kind of commentary does it make?I'm reading Wolf Totem right now. It's basically a novel about the experiences of a young student from Beijing who finds himself sent to the countryside of Inner Mongolia in 1967, at the height of China's Cultural Revolution.
Damn. You did some serious research.. that’s based.Also, these are books I've read to *truly* understand feminism, read these from 18 to 20. If you want to understand feminism's flaws, you have to truly understand it's best arguments. Only then can you deconstruct them with poise and mastery.
Also this, not the best book on blackpill theory but it's probably the best guide in book form to blackpill theory to date, hopefully something better will come along in the future. I suspect that black pill theory is in it's infancy and will at some point 20 to 50 years in the future will be legitimized/normalized. It simply holds too much explanatory power to be ignored forever: View: https://www.amazon.com/Blackpill-Theory-incels-right-wrong/dp/1702383121
- A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792)
- The Subjection of Women (1869)
- The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State (1884)
- The Second Sex (1949)
- The Feminine Mystique (1963)
- Sexual Politics (1969)
- The Dialectic of Sex (1970)
- Speculum of the Other Woman (1974)
- This Sex Which is Not One (1977)
- Gyn/Ecology (1978)
- Throwing Like a Girl (1980)
- In a Different Voice (1982)
- The Politics of Reality (1983)
- Women, Race, and Class (1983)
- Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center (1984)
- The Creation of Patriarchy (1986)
- Toward a Feminist Theory of the State (1989)
- Gender Trouble (1990)
- Black Feminist Thought (1990)
- Feminism and the Mastery of Nature (1993)
- Whipping Girl (2007)
- The Promise of Happinness (2010)
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