>>7322239 kid, you don't want him to make you read the ego and its own so you understand the text at hand and its relevance to literature. after the first goethe quotation the prose goes way down, just don't put yourself through it.
it's more a growth of /pol/ than /lit/. at its most banal its pop history channel shit like "what if hitler did this" or discussions about weapons. at its worst its shameless white heritage histories like christian crusades, viking sagas, germanic rune interpretation. plenty of "blacks and women are dumb what did they ever do in history? checkmate liberals" and holocaust denial threads
4chan is shit. all of it. this place is toxic, but i spend almost all my free time here
>>7322632 its not about their ideas being different, its the self-congratulatory attitude, the loaded rhetorical questions that open the threads, the intentional closing of the mind to the histories of whole empires that existed for hundreds of years ("lol niggers and muslims didnt do shit but build straw huts and cut off the hands of thieves. white people are the best").
i roll my eyes at the same attitude when it comes from the left as well. if i had a dime for every time i heard someone make a sweeping condemnation of goerge h dub and republicans ca. enduring freedom i could have retired.
>>7322657 >"lol niggers and muslims didnt do shit but build straw huts and cut off the hands of thieves. white people are the best" I haven't seen those threads. There are bad threads but there's a lot of substantial discussion. /lit/ is a hugbox, now more than ever since the people with heterodox views all browse /his/ now.
>>7322727 there's literally not one thread on /his/ that i would be glad to have on /lit/ i was one of those that did not want a /his/ but i see now that it has rid us of the /pol/tards it is a new dawn, my friends
>>7322727 >/lit/ is a hugbox >hugbox I take personal offense to this, anon, and that is hard for me to do as a transcendental wave form. I have become materia purely to tell you, Fuck you, don't you fucking touch me, don't you dare even fucking breathe near me, you filthy fucking causal system.
The discussions on there aren't any better than on here.
At least some of the dudes there get their facts straight, which is more enlightening than some prick's dislike of a book for whatever dumb reason. In the meantime all /lit/ can is jerk off their tiny dicks over POMO word salad and outdated marxism.
>>7322615 >>7322657 tumblr cunt detected Only those who are literally or mentally are teenage girls care about people shitting on minorities on the internet, type like this,and complain about Republicans but not politics and politicians as a whole >>>/t/umbler
>>7323091 That's probably because it isn't a literature board. Maybe you're just too stupid for humanities that require more thought than literature does and are thus incapable of competently noticing when an argument is or isn't baseless. If I told you that the Crusades were a just war you'd probably get mad.
It's pretty sad. 85% of the posts are crap so I won't go there, but the few 15% are threads I would had liked to read here and get book recommendations about and I won't enjoy with the different audience. I'll see in a few months or half a year of a userbase is formed and I like it, but as it stands /lit/ got gutted when it was already a really slow board and no one got anything out of it.
> expect a proper history board that will bring out posters like /int/ Napoleon scholar or /lit/ history book recommender guy > open catalogue > holocaust denial thread > how was hitler as a leader > would africa have been better under European colonialism > why is africa savage > rightwing conservative thread > what if Nazis won WW2 > was Dresden a war crime
>>7324112 /lit/ in the first few months was all about hating on twilight and loving YA, Frankenstein was considered high brow. you have to give a board at least a year to see where it will go. I still don't think it's a good idea, you shouldn't divide slow boards. This way /lit/ is even less interesting to lurk and more of a secondary board at best.
>>7322233 Could a knowledgeable Stirner fag elucidate something for me. I have never read Nietzche's work, but I have heard his ultimate conclusion is very similar to Buddhism. Reading The Ego and It's Own however and I am presented with a totally juxtaposing image - yet Stirner is said to be Nietzche's predecessor? What might have cause such a dramatic split, or are Nietzche's initial observations fundamentally different to that of Stirner's in some way?
>>7324118 The issue is that /his/ is composed of a huge amount of /pol/ posters who don't see what they're doing is posting total shit, and are so deluded that they will never change. I tried to post this screencap of their catalogue to hammer in just how low quality their board is, but got five responses asking what was meant to be wrong.
>>7324134 Then don't post in those threads. It's not like they're off topic. >rigorous discussion This is 4chan. People seem to forget where they are when they find a board that could potentially have a couple smart people posting on it.
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