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chale1919

College student in history and economics. Huge fan of literature, critical theory, and philosophy, and an avid reader and occasional writer.

A darkly humorous, moving, and existential novel about three brothers in 19th century Russia, and the different paths their lives take - Dmitri's into debt and crime, Vanya's into skepticism and co

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somaginer1996 I've read Notes from Underground by Dostoyevsky and enjoyed it (what is wrong with me). Putting this on my to-read list!

An excellent introductory text to Judaism. Recommended for Jews interested in learning more, non-Jews who want to understand the religion, and, like me, converts who want a good place to begin.

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One of the most important LGBT/lesbian books of all time.

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LilianDebrah I'd love to check out this one
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somaginer1996 Yeah, I need to read more LGBT books. Added to my reading list, thanks for the recommendation!

One of the fundamental cyberpunk novels of the 1980s, envisioning the ties between corporations and black market criminals in a late capitalist, computerized, future.

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An excellent translation of what I would recommend to a first time Nietzsche reader. The book is organized into aphorisms by Nietzsche, in sections that cover his main ideas and develop them.

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somaginer1996 I read this a while ago on my Kindle, got through half of it and thought it was amazing before realizing it was by Nietzsche. Definitely recommend to anyone who's a philosophy novice (like me)!
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donaemeka I recall that I had struggled with Thus Spoke Zarathustra, but this here, Beyond Good and Evil is something different, something beyond. I always wanted to read from the Author to not be misguided...
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