My FitLit brethen, which are our essential books?
The next generation of FitLit anons has to have some guidance.
>/lit/ comes over to /fit/
> spams autistic commie shit
Literally why. Fuck off we have enough trouble keeping our board politics free.
What's the best way to get Social gains.
How many pages of books do I need to do, so that I can be the center of the attraction at a party, rather than standing like an autist with crossed arms?
In which order should I read his books or is it irrelevant?
Would getting a nice workout in, eating a good meal and then popping a few xanax and sleeping for a day or two be feasible for recovery? Like any effect on gains? Your body restores itself while you sleep so it seems about right.
Maybe even set an alarm to wake up and chug a protein shake then return to your gainz coma
Serious btw, thoughts?
Tolstoy, Nietzsche, ... who else?
>almost won a nobel prize in lit, wrote tons of top-tier novels
>aesthetic as fuck
>committed seppuku after a failed coup attempt
THAT TFW WHEN YOUR'RE STEWPID ENOUF TWO LIFT
Absolutely no political author is superior to Based Joe de Maistre.
>Defender of Despotism
>Black Pilled Pessimism
>Love Bloody Mindless Violence in Writing Style
>God Save the King
>When the human spirit has lost its resilience through indolence, incredulity, and the gangrenous vices that follow an excess of civilization, it can be retempered only in blood.
>Now the true fruits of human nature - the arts, sciences, great enterprises, noble ideas, manly virtues - spring above all from the state of war. It is well known that nations reach the apex of the greatness of which they are capable only after long and bloody wars. Thus the most glorious hour of the Greeks was the terrible era of the Peloponnesian War; the Age of Augustus followed immediately the civil war and proscriptions; the French genius was roughhewn by the League and polished by the Fronde; all the great men of the age of Queen Anne were born amidst political upheavals.
>What distinguishes the French Revolution and what makes it an event unique in history is that it is radically evil; no element of good relieves the picture it presents; it reaches the highest point of corruption ever known; it is pure impurity.
he is Blood Meridian in human form
why can i bench more on incline than on normal? for some reason the incline just feels more natural to me
Beginner reader here
What are some great beginner books in philosophy and in general?
I took a look at the /lit/starter kit, have already read a few books from there, but want to know what else is good to read, any suggestions for reads under specific topics?