Discussion 90% of philosophy is complete garbage, and that includes the so-called "greats" like Nietzsche or Hegel

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I've been thinking about this for a couple of years. It's as if people try to outsource their views on reality/unreality by reading the books of the sanctioned great philosophers.

You have to remember though, not only were these guys scribbling their syphilis-addled thoughts over 200 years ago for the most part, they also lived in an incredibly different time to where we live now. Although, that isn't fully a reason to throw philosophy in the garbage can because some things are eternally true no matter what time period you are living in. But it's a gripe I've had about the entire subject.

Hardly any of these philosophers have came up with anything remotely worth listening to. And what's worse, is that many of these people have been forgotten and our modern philosophers like Jordan Peterson are a poor imitation of even THOSE people. I think this is what gives the 'greats' more credence because if you have any amount of intelligence you will realize that JP is a sell out retard and has absolutely nothing worth talking about and you'll begin reading the older stuff. Andrew Tate is even considered somewhat of a philosopher these days which is fucking hilarious. He's a con artist that's all.

But that is a huge trap. You will become mired in the psychotic thoughts of a retard from 200 years ago believing you have found the answer to all of lifes questions. In reality, you have closed yourself off to coming to your own very specific (and probably very interesting) conclusions. You look at everything through the lens of these philosophers and you don't actually end up living your own life, even if you intended to use their views as a guide rather than a lifestyle. There are quite a few people I know who are like this and I am grateful I never turned into that.

One of the biggest philosophical traps is this ideal of living minimalistically. Being minimalistic is actually a good thing in itself but many people take that to mean cutting people and things out of your life, not because they are harmful but because it's "too much". A lot of people that subscribe to minimalism fall into the same but opposite category of obsessives as materialistic people. Materialistic people gather resources for the sake of it and to feel they are moving up in the world. They get dopamine from acquiring the latest new thing. Minimalists throw out everything they have regardless of its sentimental value and they get dopamine from it because they believe they are moving forward in the world by having absolutely nothing to their name except the essentials. Having things with sentimental value is incredibly important for growth and happiness, regardless of what it is.

You are better off reading the story-based works of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis than you are reading any of the philosophical texts of the last 200 years. Of course these books have certain leanings in their work (especially C.S. Lewis as he was a very religious Christian - moreso than Tolkien in my opinion) but the fantasy stories they came up with are unbelievably good. Overall though, you are better reading the Bible if I am honest.

Some works you should read:
- Tolkien's- Hobbit/Lord of The Rings/Silmarillion
- C.S. Lewis's - Space Trilogy, The Screwtape Letters and Mere Christianity
- Bible - Specifically: Acts, Revelation, Proverbs, Genesis and the New Testament
- Corti - Rise of The House of Rothschild
- Gene Wolfe - Book of The New Sun Series
 
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The kingdom of heaven is within, those philosophers just put it in words, which makes it easier to organize your own thoughts
 
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I've been thinking about this for a couple of years. It's as if people try to outsource their views on reality/unreality by reading the books of the sanctioned great philosophers.

You have to remember though, not only were these guys scribbling their syphilis-addled thoughts over 200 years ago for the most part, they also lived in an incredibly different time to where we live now. Although, that isn't fully a reason to throw philosophy in the garbage can because some things are eternally true no matter what time period you are living in. But it's a gripe I've had about the entire subject.

Hardly any of these philosophers have came up with anything remotely worth listening to. And what's worse, is that many of these people have been forgotten and our modern philosophers like Jordan Peterson are a poor imitation of even THOSE people. I think this is what gives the 'greats' more credence because if you have any amount of intelligence you will realize that JP is a sell out retard and has absolutely nothing worth talking about and you'll begin reading the older stuff. Andrew Tate is even considered somewhat of a philosopher these days which is fucking hilarious. He's a con artist that's all.

But that is a huge trap. You will become mired in the psychotic thoughts of a retard from 200 years ago believing you have found the answer to all of lifes questions. In reality, you have closed yourself off to coming to your own very specific (and probably very interesting) conclusions. You look at everything through the lens of these philosophers and you don't actually end up living your own life, even if you intended to use their views as a guide rather than a lifestyle. There are quite a few people I know who are like this and I am grateful I never turned into that.

One of the biggest philosophical traps is this ideal of living minimalistically. Being minimalistic is actually a good thing in itself but many people take that to mean cutting people and things out of your life, not because they are harmful but because it's "too much". A lot of people that subscribe to minimalism fall into the same but opposite category of obsessives as materialistic people. Materialistic people gather resources for the sake of it and to feel they are moving up in the world. They get dopamine from acquiring the latest new thing. Minimalists throw out everything they have regardless of its sentimental value and they get dopamine from it because they believe they are moving forward in the world by having absolutely nothing to their name except the essentials. Having things with sentimental value is incredibly important for growth and happiness, regardless of what it is.

You are better off reading the story-based works of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis than you are reading any of the philosophical texts of the last 200 years. Of course these books have certain leanings in their work (especially C.S. Lewis as he was a very religious Christian - moreso than Tolkien in my opinion) but the fantasy stories they came up with are unbelievably good. Overall though, you are better reading the Bible if I am honest.

Some works you should read:
- Tolkien's- Hobbit/Lord of The Rings/Silmarillion
- C.S. Lewis's - Space Trilogy, The Screwtape Letters and Mere Christianity
- Bible - Specifically: Acts, Revelation, Proverbs, Genesis and the New Testament
- Corti - Rise of The House of Rothschild
- Gene Wolfe - Book of The New Sun Series
You want me to read a 3000 year old jewish bronze age hippie book instead of Nietzsche?
 

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You want me to read a 3000 year old jewish bronze age hippie book instead of Nietzsche?
It is way more informative than some crazed loon who burned half his stuff in a psychotic rage for no reason.

Just because he was pagan-adjacent doesnt mean what he had to say was worth a shit

Also your description of the bible shows you havent read any of it. Maybe a bit of the new testament and thats it.
 
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It is way more informative than some crazed loon who burned half his stuff in a psychotic rage for no reason.

Just because he was pagan-adjacent doesnt mean what he had to say was worth a shit

Also your description of the bible shows you havent read any of it. Maybe a bit of the new testament and thats it.
Enough of the christcucking you jewish golem
 
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You called me a 'christcuck' (cringe) because I think the bible is a good piece of literature. You are a very confused person
Yes goy follow the shepherd like the sheep you are, follow the lamb to the slaughter
 

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i may disagree with some parts overall i agree and i read every word and like your post but my brain is too tired to write anything abt it rn
 
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how can you cope this hard jew worshipper
Because I don't merely reject Christianity simpley because I grew up with it and I want to be edgy. I am long past that phase. I was once very much like you.

In fact, I was so in the rabbit hole of anti-christianity I probably know more about pagan line of thought than you do and have read much more interesting things on than you. Let me guess, you read Julius Evola aaaaaand that guy i forget his name, Jack Donavan or something like that? Been there done that.

Have you read Savitri Devi? You know, I was one of the first people to popularise that book amongst people in the right back in 2015? Same with John Zerzan when I founded the modern day anprim community with a couple lads on a whatsapp chat in the same year.
 
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i may disagree with some parts overall i agree and i read every word and like your post but my brain is too tired to write anything abt it rn
I only just managed to fix my sleep schedule again today. I think the protein shakes I was drinking had caffeine in it (lol at my iq) so I would go to the gym at like 8pm and be wired until 5am. Pass out then wake up at 4pm completely wasting the day. Had to buy a whey protein tub and I am glad I did, tastes pretty good
 
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Because I don't merely reject Christianity simpley because I grew up with it and I want to be edgy. I am long past that phase. I was once very much like you.

In fact, I was so in the rabbit hole of anti-christianity I probably know more about pagan line of thought than you do and have read much more interesting things on than you. Let me guess, you read Julius Evola aaaaaand that guy i forget his name, Jack Donavan or something like that? Been there done that.

Have you read Savitri Devi? You know, I was one of the first people to popularise that book amongst people in the right back in 2015? Same with John Zerzan when I founded the modern day anprim community with a couple lads on a whatsapp chat in the same year.
I read everything you listed except the holy jew chronicles. No i'm still not a christcuck and you are because you have been spoon fed that bullshit from birth. Go fuck yourself.
 
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I read everything you listed except the holy jew chronicles. No i'm still not a christcuck and you are because you have been spoon fed that bullshit from birth. Go fuck yourself.
No you havent lol go do a bit more reading first mate srs
 
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I agree totally

If you're not spending time building your body, money, relationships or experiences you're essentially escaping

But what can u do when you've been a week person all you're life? Have to cope somehow
 
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I've been thinking about this for a couple of years. It's as if people try to outsource their views on reality/unreality by reading the books of the sanctioned great philosophers.

You have to remember though, not only were these guys scribbling their syphilis-addled thoughts over 200 years ago for the most part, they also lived in an incredibly different time to where we live now. Although, that isn't fully a reason to throw philosophy in the garbage can because some things are eternally true no matter what time period you are living in. But it's a gripe I've had about the entire subject.

Hardly any of these philosophers have came up with anything remotely worth listening to. And what's worse, is that many of these people have been forgotten and our modern philosophers like Jordan Peterson are a poor imitation of even THOSE people. I think this is what gives the 'greats' more credence because if you have any amount of intelligence you will realize that JP is a sell out retard and has absolutely nothing worth talking about and you'll begin reading the older stuff. Andrew Tate is even considered somewhat of a philosopher these days which is fucking hilarious. He's a con artist that's all.

But that is a huge trap. You will become mired in the psychotic thoughts of a retard from 200 years ago believing you have found the answer to all of lifes questions. In reality, you have closed yourself off to coming to your own very specific (and probably very interesting) conclusions. You look at everything through the lens of these philosophers and you don't actually end up living your own life, even if you intended to use their views as a guide rather than a lifestyle. There are quite a few people I know who are like this and I am grateful I never turned into that.

One of the biggest philosophical traps is this ideal of living minimalistically. Being minimalistic is actually a good thing in itself but many people take that to mean cutting people and things out of your life, not because they are harmful but because it's "too much". A lot of people that subscribe to minimalism fall into the same but opposite category of obsessives as materialistic people. Materialistic people gather resources for the sake of it and to feel they are moving up in the world. They get dopamine from acquiring the latest new thing. Minimalists throw out everything they have regardless of its sentimental value and they get dopamine from it because they believe they are moving forward in the world by having absolutely nothing to their name except the essentials. Having things with sentimental value is incredibly important for growth and happiness, regardless of what it is.

You are better off reading the story-based works of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis than you are reading any of the philosophical texts of the last 200 years. Of course these books have certain leanings in their work (especially C.S. Lewis as he was a very religious Christian - moreso than Tolkien in my opinion) but the fantasy stories they came up with are unbelievably good. Overall though, you are better reading the Bible if I am honest.

Some works you should read:
- Tolkien's- Hobbit/Lord of The Rings/Silmarillion
- C.S. Lewis's - Space Trilogy, The Screwtape Letters and Mere Christianity
- Bible - Specifically: Acts, Revelation, Proverbs, Genesis and the New Testament
- Corti - Rise of The House of Rothschild
- Gene Wolfe - Book of The New Sun Series
I have my own philosophy
 
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I've been thinking about this for a couple of years. It's as if people try to outsource their views on reality/unreality by reading the books of the sanctioned great philosophers.

You have to remember though, not only were these guys scribbling their syphilis-addled thoughts over 200 years ago for the most part, they also lived in an incredibly different time to where we live now. Although, that isn't fully a reason to throw philosophy in the garbage can because some things are eternally true no matter what time period you are living in. But it's a gripe I've had about the entire subject.

Hardly any of these philosophers have came up with anything remotely worth listening to. And what's worse, is that many of these people have been forgotten and our modern philosophers like Jordan Peterson are a poor imitation of even THOSE people. I think this is what gives the 'greats' more credence because if you have any amount of intelligence you will realize that JP is a sell out retard and has absolutely nothing worth talking about and you'll begin reading the older stuff. Andrew Tate is even considered somewhat of a philosopher these days which is fucking hilarious. He's a con artist that's all.

But that is a huge trap. You will become mired in the psychotic thoughts of a retard from 200 years ago believing you have found the answer to all of lifes questions. In reality, you have closed yourself off to coming to your own very specific (and probably very interesting) conclusions. You look at everything through the lens of these philosophers and you don't actually end up living your own life, even if you intended to use their views as a guide rather than a lifestyle. There are quite a few people I know who are like this and I am grateful I never turned into that.

One of the biggest philosophical traps is this ideal of living minimalistically. Being minimalistic is actually a good thing in itself but many people take that to mean cutting people and things out of your life, not because they are harmful but because it's "too much". A lot of people that subscribe to minimalism fall into the same but opposite category of obsessives as materialistic people. Materialistic people gather resources for the sake of it and to feel they are moving up in the world. They get dopamine from acquiring the latest new thing. Minimalists throw out everything they have regardless of its sentimental value and they get dopamine from it because they believe they are moving forward in the world by having absolutely nothing to their name except the essentials. Having things with sentimental value is incredibly important for growth and happiness, regardless of what it is.

You are better off reading the story-based works of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis than you are reading any of the philosophical texts of the last 200 years. Of course these books have certain leanings in their work (especially C.S. Lewis as he was a very religious Christian - moreso than Tolkien in my opinion) but the fantasy stories they came up with are unbelievably good. Overall though, you are better reading the Bible if I am honest.

Some works you should read:
- Tolkien's- Hobbit/Lord of The Rings/Silmarillion
- C.S. Lewis's - Space Trilogy, The Screwtape Letters and Mere Christianity
- Bible - Specifically: Acts, Revelation, Proverbs, Genesis and the New Testament
- Corti - Rise of The House of Rothschild
- Gene Wolfe - Book of The New Sun Series
Stirner debunked all philosophies and entire normie bluepill world and Hegels and others bullshit in his The Ego and Its Own in which he debunked ENTIRE EXISTENCE. People claim that Stirner created another PHILOSOPHY. In the most part he just wrote truth of how world works, the objective truth even though he claims everything is relative.
 
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I've been thinking about this for a couple of years. It's as if people try to outsource their views on reality/unreality by reading the books of the sanctioned great philosophers.

You have to remember though, not only were these guys scribbling their syphilis-addled thoughts over 200 years ago for the most part, they also lived in an incredibly different time to where we live now. Although, that isn't fully a reason to throw philosophy in the garbage can because some things are eternally true no matter what time period you are living in. But it's a gripe I've had about the entire subject.

Hardly any of these philosophers have came up with anything remotely worth listening to. And what's worse, is that many of these people have been forgotten and our modern philosophers like Jordan Peterson are a poor imitation of even THOSE people. I think this is what gives the 'greats' more credence because if you have any amount of intelligence you will realize that JP is a sell out retard and has absolutely nothing worth talking about and you'll begin reading the older stuff. Andrew Tate is even considered somewhat of a philosopher these days which is fucking hilarious. He's a con artist that's all.

But that is a huge trap. You will become mired in the psychotic thoughts of a retard from 200 years ago believing you have found the answer to all of lifes questions. In reality, you have closed yourself off to coming to your own very specific (and probably very interesting) conclusions. You look at everything through the lens of these philosophers and you don't actually end up living your own life, even if you intended to use their views as a guide rather than a lifestyle. There are quite a few people I know who are like this and I am grateful I never turned into that.

One of the biggest philosophical traps is this ideal of living minimalistically. Being minimalistic is actually a good thing in itself but many people take that to mean cutting people and things out of your life, not because they are harmful but because it's "too much". A lot of people that subscribe to minimalism fall into the same but opposite category of obsessives as materialistic people. Materialistic people gather resources for the sake of it and to feel they are moving up in the world. They get dopamine from acquiring the latest new thing. Minimalists throw out everything they have regardless of its sentimental value and they get dopamine from it because they believe they are moving forward in the world by having absolutely nothing to their name except the essentials. Having things with sentimental value is incredibly important for growth and happiness, regardless of what it is.

You are better off reading the story-based works of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis than you are reading any of the philosophical texts of the last 200 years. Of course these books have certain leanings in their work (especially C.S. Lewis as he was a very religious Christian - moreso than Tolkien in my opinion) but the fantasy stories they came up with are unbelievably good. Overall though, you are better reading the Bible if I am honest.

Some works you should read:
- Tolkien's- Hobbit/Lord of The Rings/Silmarillion
- C.S. Lewis's - Space Trilogy, The Screwtape Letters and Mere Christianity
- Bible - Specifically: Acts, Revelation, Proverbs, Genesis and the New Testament
- Corti - Rise of The House of Rothschild
- Gene Wolfe - Book of The New Sun Series
Yeah when I was 14 I used to be interested in philosophy I would read about how life was meaningless and think I was a genius and better then everyone. That's 90% of modern day philosophy some high guys in a corner talking about how we live on a dirtball in the middle of nowhere and that everything is pointless.
 
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Ye but Nietschze is legit. haven´t read his books tho. but whatever he said is legit i just can tell.
 
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FUCK PHILOSOPHY!!!! the NT popular crowd in rich private schools don’t give two fucks about the meaning of life they enjoy it
 
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:feelswhy::feelswhy::feelswhy: I got depression from OP’s avi
I will never get that:feelswah::feelswah::feelswah:
 
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Study the philosophy of Hitler.
Your teacher will like it.

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Fuck you and your entire goyim bloodline you degenerate.
Donkey kong has WHITE SKIN and CLIMBS A MOUNTAIN to get his BANANA HORDE back which is obviously FARMED ON MASS SCALE due to the sheer amount of bananas. Donkey kong is a based WHITE colonialist who steals bananas from niggers.

Not shut the fuck up.
 
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Donkey kong has WHITE SKIN and CLIMBS A MOUNTAIN to get his BANANA HORDE back which is obviously FARMED ON MASS SCALE due to the sheer amount of bananas. Donkey kong is a based WHITE colonialist who steals bananas from niggers.

Not shut the fuck up.
DnR, anti-Semitic shitstain.

In the name of Elohim you will suffer, and I will laugh. Crawl back into your mothers horrid and rancid goy-hole you filth before I pay mods to ban you
 
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DnR, anti-Semitic shitstain.

In the name of Elohim you will suffer, and I will laugh. Crawl back into your mothers horrid and rancid goy-hole you filth before I pay mods to ban you
Shlomo whats wrong? Did the Romans cuck you? Have a seat in my gas chamber I will give you free therapy.
 
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I tried listening to the work of Nietzsche thinking I was going to consider it profound because of how this side of the internet hypes him up
I didn't find anything he said to be that interesting
 

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