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#36
Ruben Z

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Hell no! We wouldn't be able to agree on what's real and what's fiction, let alone what is funny or not.

 

It's just that in this particular, personal instance I didn't see a lot of difference between "leftist moral claim" and plain female bullying.


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#37
PatrickC

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It's just that in this particular, personal instance I didn't see a lot of difference between "leftist moral claim" and plain female bullying.

 

Yes, leftist bullying is nearly always irrational. :)


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#38
docgnu

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I am sorry to hear that. Certainly a lot of Stefan's stuff, can feel like a bitter pill sometimes the first time round.

 

Just a recommendation, in case UPB is all new to you. I would suggest first reading On Truth, The Tyranny of Illusion, before digging into UPB. I think you will find better context and understanding that way.

 

All available here for free of course.

Thank  you... yes I am a little overwhelmed so best to start simple and work my way through. Any recommendations for philosophy books?  Especially on Audible.com would be appreciated (I have roughly an hour commute between work and home).

 

Much appreciated!

-Steve


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#39
Ruben Z

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Hi docgnu,

 

The books mentioned by Xelent are available in audio, if that's what you mean. 

Just right click on the audio-pictogram of a certain book, and choose "save link as".


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