Why is Dostoevsky always seen as a revolutionary, as someone who thought freedom was the most important thing For a man to have?
You can see in his books that he always made fun of activists. He wasn't against activists, he just disliked them and made fun of them. And the freedom thing? He barely talks about freedom or its importance on his books. You'd have to completely misinterpret him to think Crime & Punishment or Notes from the Underground were about freedom.
How is your /litfit/ life?
>be me, 28yo, no gf, doing a shitty minwage job ( 7am to 5:30pm ) from mon to fri, 7am-1pm saturday.
>daily, after work, go to library till closure (7pm).
>3-4 days a week go to the gym after library(7:15pm-8:30pm).
> Passing all my spare time lonely at home reading / browsing 4chan
It's an year since i've started this / fitlit / routines and, even if grills have started to flirt and mirrin i feel as miserable as before only able to spill spaghetti socially and without enought time to become well readed.
I'm frightened to click away in case I lose you ;_;
Just a moment longer
Do you take any vitamin or aminoacid supplements to increase your brainpower?
What specific nutrients would you recommend besides Omega-3 Fatty Acids?
i have chronic fatigue syndrome which is caused by b12 deficiency. however, supplementing b12 alone doesnt do shit but with added folate and few other vitamins and minerals it's working very well
this protocol is very popular in CFS community
The most /fitlit/ sport there is. Please prove me wrong.
No. You just can't stand the patrician quality of equestrianism! :D
This is what /fitlit/s want.
My lost bro with fantastic taste, here >>>/s/17399373
why does this get me so?
Which is heavier: 1kg of Muscle or Brain?
YOUR BODY AND YOUR BOOKS
ask questions bout /fitlit/s routines and readings
Daily reminder that working outdoors under the sun with your hands under agrarian communism will build a fitter man than slaving away tending machines in a smoggy factory under artificial gas lights, where the machines are only inches away from sucking you in.
WORKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE. YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR GAINS.
You put a cylindrical blank in the chuck and turn the machine on. It spins, and you use tools to work the spinning blank into a shape.
If you get loose clothes caught around the blank, or in the chuck, the machine sucks you in. It gives no fucks. If it's low power it'll just wrap your arm around it and then jam up. If it's high power it will mince you.
Just picked up Ilium by Dan Simmons because Hyperion was pretty good.
20 pages in and I can barely go further. Every fucking sentence is laden with meaningless, driveling technobabble bullshit.
Is it worth my while to grit my teeth and power through this, or can I move on to another book without having missed much?