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Hey /lit/, was planning on ordering some books soon. Penguin has most of the books that I want. I don't own any penguin books, so I do not know how good the quality is. I was wondering, are penguins worth the money or is there a brand with better price/value ratio?
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oxford has higher price and better quality, better overall ratio.
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>>8210101
>>8210110
Bro, we binary AF
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>>8210101
The production quality of Penguin paperbacks (paper stock, printing, binding, the presence of contextualising and explanatory notes and introduction) is superior to what you would see in other mass market paperbacks. This is unless the same material can be found in a scholarly Oxford World Classics volume. In which case, sometimes Oxford is better - but they don't print everything.

I am satisfied with Penguin's collected volumes of Lovecraft and Lord Dunsany, for example.

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What good writers are ENTJ?
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>>8210072
me
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>>8210072
ENTJ a shit. INFJ master race
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lawyers and civil servants

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What are some film adaptations of books that are on par with the works they're adapted from? They don't have to be one-to-one adaptations. They can be fairly loosely related. They just have to be good.
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>>8209814
Tin Drum was a shit of a movie.

I haven't read the book but wow that movie was awful.
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>>8209878
Studied film and literature. Seen it. Disagree strongly.
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Apocalypse Now

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Were his other works reading?

No memes please
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if you like IJ, yes. if not, no probably not.
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I really like TPK. It's consistently a little worse and more boring than IJ, but there are occasional parts that are better than amything in IJ, like Toni Ware's upbringing, the renegade president theorycraft etc. It's also funnier.
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I've forgotten the name of his non IJ novel even though I own it and read half of it. Pomo drudgery.

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>Spend the past few months immersing myself in classical literature/music/etc, having ignored pretty much all of it for most of my life
>Realize how utterly robbed we have been by modernity: modern life, education, culture, etc

Anyone else know this feel? My life now feels like one long catch-up. Have things declined, or are all these people who insist that I'm nostalgic, or wearing rose-tinted glasses, wrong? Should I make peace with modernity?
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Go full Don Quixote
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>>8209016

They don't make windmills like they used to.
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You're a meme, OP.
Things have not declined, you just have no insight and don't know where to look. Stunning ignorance and fedoraism - it's embarrassing to watch.

Hello I could use your help
I've been given the opportunity to teach junior college students how to analyze literature/art correctly; that is realizing the true meaning of a text which is not as obvious as its other aspects. It's a program thats going to be pretty much run entirely by me, a student. This is a great opportunity and I really don't want to mess it up so I could use some help. I work as a writing coach at a junior college and find that many students don't have basic skills for proper analyzing of the more difficult things in different texts....
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>>8208764
I think your main focus should be to get them involved, interested. If you don't feel too confident yet, have them participate, stimulate their point of view and their input.
Which is always best anyway imo than just saying "so the author here says this and that because of that, write that down cause that is the truth."
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>>8208823
I think thats def an important aspect, but if they're already showing up they have to have an interest in participation. The point really is to steer away from that whole "im you're professor and this is what the autor is trying to communicate" and have them understand it by their own accord. But how I can teach this is what Im hoping to get insight into
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>>8208764
are you going to teach any aesthetic theories?

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Do you like Bret Easton Ellis?

His early work was a little too new wave for my tastes, but when American Psycho came out in '91, I think he really came into his own, commercially and artistically. The whole novel has a clear, crisp brutality, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the prose a big boost. He's been compared to Irvine Welsh, but I think Bret has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humour.
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I don't that much. He's a little edgy. His podcast has been entertaining. I always think of him as Elliot Rodger since listening to his podcast, it's really similar in the way he talks and also how self-obsessed and pretentious he gets.

For a author who writes in a similar style about similar things in the same time period, I like John O'Brien better. He wrote Leaving Las Vegas and a few other books.
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>>8208743
>He's a little edgy

But don't you know its hip to be square?
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tal ent les sha ck!

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Hey /lit/ how can you tell if you've written an interesting, well-developed character. I've finished writing the rough draft for my novel but I wanted to know if there were some ways to know if I was missing something when it comes to characters.
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>>8208385
Character development is a meme. Post prose.
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Waiting for prose OP
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By showing it to other people.

You're a very imperfect judge of your own work. That's what editors are for. You've written an interesting, well-developed character when people with expertise worth listening to say that you have.

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What is Literature?

One might think that, at the very least, literature is works of the written word. Not to fall into etymological fallacy, but the word literature implies literacy, therefore it is a medium that is to be written and read. This definition is broad without being meaningless, it encompasses fiction and non-fiction, poetry and prose. However, there are problems.

Were the Iliad and Odyssey, for example, not literature before they were recorded in writing? These epic poems are foundational in Western literature, so it would seem odd that they were at...
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Reply to this and you will get a gf at the end of this year
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>>8207441
OP here

To be clear, this is not me
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this thread will die

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Daily bookshelve thread.

Ive updated from last time, pls be gentle guise and validate my patrician ego.
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On the side.
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>>8196941
the old one hasn't even hit R:100
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>>8207265
I said DAILY desu reeeeeeee

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What is the most Reddit book ever?
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my diary desu
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>>8206948

American Psycho? Instead of pop culture references it's just a name brand drop and feels like advertisement for stuff.
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You posted it OP. Snow Crash and The Book Thief are pretty bad too

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Moon Gates edition

Recommendations

>Fantasy
Selected: http://i.imgur.com/r688cPe.jpg/
General: http://i.imgur.com/igBYngL.jpg/
Flowchart: http://i.imgur.com/uykqKJn.jpg/
>Sci-Fi
Selected: http://i.imgur.com/A96mTQX.jpg/
General: http://i.imgur.com/r55ODlL.jpg/ / http://i.imgur.com/gNTrDmc.jpg/

Previous: >>8199598
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>wake up
>great ordeal not out
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>mfw I just figured out a major connection that unifies my fantasy novel and irons out the motivations of five main characters at once
Feels really good. I'm gonna get this, lads.

Not that I plan on pimping it here when I'm done, I'm not getting Tao Lin'd.
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17 days until the Great Ordeal

Get hyped you bashrags

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Looking specifically for a huge chart that was essentially a guide to all modern fiction.
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>>8204436
Because deciding for myself which books I actually want to read is just too much work
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>>8204436
>http://4chanlit.wikia.com/wiki/Recommended_Reading

read the sticky you mongoloid
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Return the favor with all your novella charts plz

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Why do STEMfags believe that social sciences aren't real sciences? We follow the scientific method, use theoretical models for experiments, analyze data using statistical science and draw conclusions from results. In other words, according to the philosophy of science, social sciences are necessarily science.
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You can't trust STEM wizards, man. They're cold people.
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Because social science courses are laughably easy and social science majors are intolerable cunts. Also because social science is typacilly taught and executed with social and political agendas in mind, whereas that's not really possible with something like mathematics or engineering.
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the way they use statistics in social science is almost always wrong.

This is why none of the findings from any of their studies can be replicated.

Joelle Chapters Approaching Hype Edition!

/lit/ has an Infinite Jest summer reading book group!
If you have an interest in this book -- whether you have read it or not -- please consider joining us!

We will be reading Infinite Jest from June 3rd (today) – August 11th with an average pace of 15 pages a day.

Discussions will take place right here on /lit/, hopefully we will keep a thread floating around most of the time, but should activity slow down new threads will be made Friday for discussion to avoid daily spamming of dying threads.

TODAY'S...
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I fucked up Today's Reading, it is June 17th pages 200-219, scenes 57 and 58!

>>8172835
Reposting last year's poll, rereaders weigh in

http://strawpoll.me/4625366
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TODAY'S SIDE-TOPIC: Who's your favorite Ennet House resident?
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is anyone actually still reading this? damn i quit after like page 50

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Why do I enjoy Kafka so much? His writing resonates with me more than any other writer.

>inb4 he reads translations
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/lit/, pls
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>>8211710
Kafka had a cool perspective on being a bit of an outsider. He also understood absurdity like no one else, and because the world is so absurd, lots of people like his stuff. Other reasons too, but I'm too drunk to go next level without knowing you.
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>>8211748
I'm kinda drunk, too, anon. Here's a little about me: He's my favorite writer, I went to Prague to visit his birth site, I'm learning German in hopes of becoming fluent enough to be able to read him in Deutsch, and I love Jewish girls.

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Help me out here -
What was the name of that subculture in Heinlen's The Moon is a Harsh Mistress? The ones who dye their hair bright colors, use androgynous fashions and are polyamorous?

I was thinking the other day that the author's predictions are uncanny, when we look at the direction the millenial generation has gone in.

(Please give me an answer at least before the /pol/tards come out the woodwork)
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Bump. Come on guys, you're my best hope, here. There was a slang term for them...?
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Stilyagi. Took me 30 seconds to look up.

PS: pol fags don't read anything but memes and their own hatemail. Who is really going to bite your ass is the elitists who are going to spam anti genre fiction posts
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>>8211431
Do you actually believe that or do you just want to trigger us?

I'm being curious.

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I have been taking an interest in academic Bible study for some time now, and I keep seeing the both of these recommended for their mainstream scholarly commentary.

Can anyone help me decide between the two? I am very racist and sexist, and I hear that New Oxford Annotated is "inclusive to people of color" and "gender neutral". Is this true for both of them? Is there a study Bible that keeps homosexuality as the primary reason Sodom was destroyed?
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>>8211305
>I am very racist and sexist
Aren't we all?
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Shit I got the new oxford. Now im pissed
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>>8211305
You should hardly take note of attempts to make the Bible gender neutral. I have the Oxford one and I enjoy it. The annotations are more scholarly/academic than theologically elucidating though

Thoughts on this?
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Eyestrain, read this instead
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>>8211216
I now am no longer a Maoist
t. French philosopher in the 70s
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>>8211244
I am no longer a Stalinist and now a Maoist
t. French philosopher in the 70s

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Do we live in a Dadaist society?
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>>8211176
Dadism is proto-post-modernism
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more like we live in a penais society
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is dadaist society neo-patriarchy

What did you guys think of The End of The Tour?

I just saw it and while it was obviously a futile attempt at...anything really I somehow thought it was actually a lot better than it had any right to be.
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it was pretty good. but i appreciate other things besides true-to-lifeness in the performances, i don't know if their DFW was accurate.
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>>8210919
Is it worth watching for someone who has yet to read him?

Not as an introduction to his work but i like lit films about writers.

Is it a decent watch regardless?
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>>8211088
It was only pleasing to me because i watched some dfw interviews beforehand. The movie is slow and doesn't really capture any of dfws wittiness. It also doesn't propose or enhance any understanding of pomoism. I liked it but can't recommend it

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What are some plays that are better read than seen performed live? Also, are there any great "plays" that were never intended to be performed/are impossible to perform according to the stage directions?

I remember seeing something along these lines but it was pretty gimmicky, but thought there might be something halfway decent out there. Thanks.
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>>8210770
>Also, are there any great "plays" that were never intended to be performed/are impossible to perform according to the stage directions?

psychosis 4:48
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The Circe episode.
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>>8210770
Though Shakespeare was obviously written for performance first and foremost, many of the Romantics considered his work beyond the scope of stage acting
To take an example, Hazlitt:
>We do not like to see our author's plays acted, and least of all, Hamlet. There is no play that suffers so much in being transferred to the stage. Hamlet himself seems hardly capable of being acted.

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What should I read after the Greeks?
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Infinite Jest
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medieval theology or skip directly to descartes/hume/kant, don't get memed by romanfags into thinking they're relevant.
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>>8210721
Resume with the Romans

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How do you cope with the fact that nobody cares about what you have to say?
I feel so unimportant.. i feel so insignificant..
Why is everybody i love leaving me..?
How do I manage to matter?
I want to matter to her man
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>>8210688
Okay, you have my attention.
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>>8210688
Embrace the vastness of everything else and let yourself become lost in the enormity of the human experience.
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You don't cope. You recognise that you're needy and desperate for attention.

Do something productive instead. Do your own thing and stop worrying about others and how they act and behave around you.

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What does it tell us that the greatest living philosopher is a 4chan shitposter? Is the influence of this website sometimes understated?
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4chan is the only social site worth being a part of.
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>>8210637
I'd actually have to agree with this, the only exception being obscure forums related to specific interests.
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pseudo intellectual buzzwords that amount to a formula of "exclude others" + "the past was better"

no thanks.

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I'm going on a trip and I just finished watching twin peaks for the second time. I need a book recommendation that somewhat fills the same niche and has a similar vibe. Something about a small town with a dark, subtle, and mystical vibe that can also be very light hearted at the same time. I'd like a unique and interesting protagonist that isn't just a vessel for the reader, but is a well-defined character in his own right. Also a heavy focus on setting that treats the setting almost as a character itself. Do you know any books like this?
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>>8210559
Read The diary of Laura Palmer, and the diary of Dale Cooper. They are both good books to read if you love Twin peaks and those characters.
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>>8210559
>Something about a small town with a dark, subtle, and mystical vibe that can also be very light hearted at the same time.
>Also a heavy focus on setting that treats the setting almost as a character itself

two out of three ain't bad, as a wise man once said
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I ***highly*** recommend Haruki Murakami. I got into Lynch and Murakami at the same time, when I was seventeen or eighteen, and although their content isn't exactly the same by virtue of being from different countries and upbringings, their work *works* in extremely similar ways, and deals with similar themes and cultural and personal issues, etc, etc.
Please read Kafka on the Shore, I think you will like it. It's a great starting point, and perhaps his most actively Lynchian. Dance, Dance, Dance, Hardboiled Wonderland and the End of the World, and The Wind-Up...
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Just finished The Book of Disquiet and, man, this book changed my life. Any others like it?
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your mom's diary
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Shitty books for edgelords?
Diary of an Oxygen Thief.

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is it worth it to read charles fourier and William Morris' own works or is secondary literature enough? i'm not a historian so I'm not particularly excited to read 12 volumes of a minor guy, but if his stuff is good I will.
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>>8210519
If you mean William Morris the designer and political activist, then I found pic related to be a useful sampler and a good starting point for investigating his other works.
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>>8210625
i did! thanks, i'll check it out
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>>8210519
both of them are fun to read. morris is comfy as shit, and fourier is hilarious fun. don't know if all fourier's stuff has been translated, but you should be able to find some in english

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What do I need to read in order to better understand the constant references in poetry? I try to enjoy it, and I know what the words mean, but the constant name drops and references to ancient myths/lit always confuses me

So far I got Ovid, and the bible. What else?
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th Greeks
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aeschylus, sophocles, euripides, homer

also some greek/roman histories.
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>>8210478
>aeschylus, sophocles, euripides, homer
but those people suck and aren't fun

Is it possible to read Epictetus' discourses with a secular view? Admittedly I'm only halfway through the first book, but it seems like half of his arguments presuppose the existence of a god.
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That's how I read it. What are you having trouble with?
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>>8211219
Well to give examples, he argues in

1.3.3 "some of us incline toward intelligence, which we share with the gods, some of us incline towards the kinship that is wretched and mortal, and only a few of us towards that which is divine and blessed", and again a similar argument in 1.12.27 is used to show that reason is "divine" and should be used to rise above savagery.

1.5, "On providence" pretty much justifies a creator because "it's obvious" and "how else...
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If you understand God/gods as metaphor and not fact then it's perfectly easy.

Gods are personifications of the forces of nature or aspects of the psyche or a unification of all the universe.

Hold the cringe for just a moment, but take Sagan's famous remark of "We are all made of star stuff"; you could argue that it's very similar to the phrase "I and the father are one" if you understand it as someone realizing the indivisible reality of man and nature.


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