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12-09-2005 01:33 AM

Philosophy Book Club, Part Deux
 
Okay, I didn't exactly take part in the last one, but I'm willing to begin anew if others will join in. Since nobody else followed up with any new texts, I'd like to make some suggestions. How about an atheist this time? My choices are Camus, Nietzsche, or Foucault. Reply if you want to join in or offer suggestions.

Also, I haven't found any online texts by these authors yet (I haven't looked), so if you come across any post a link on here. I'll start looking........ Now.

MelchyBeau 12-09-2005 01:55 AM

Re: Philosophy Book Club, Part Deux
 
Project Gutenburg

This is a website with many online texts. You won't find new books on it, but you will find books that have past thier copywrite dates and are general public use. I know they have a few Nietzsche texts.

Melch

12-09-2005 02:10 AM

Re: Philosophy Book Club, Part Deux
 
Thanks Melch, I found Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil. Here is a link. Hopefully a few people are interested.

http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext03/bygdv10.txt

DougShrapnel 12-09-2005 03:55 AM

Re: Philosophy Book Club, Part Deux
 
Yeah, I'll get in on this one. I was not smart enought to get past the prelude on Part 1. I am full of hope that I can understand Part 2.

peritonlogon 12-09-2005 05:37 AM

Re: Philosophy Book Club, Part Deux
 
I graduated from St. John's College and I must say, the concept of an online book discussion forum is quite perplexing. Sounds seriously tedious....It's hard enough discussing philosohpical works when the people are in the room. Most discussions that take place on 2+2 never have posts that read "That is exactly what I mean, we're not disagreeing." Which is quite commonplace in philosophical discusions due to the linguistic nature of philosophical inquiry.

12-09-2005 02:18 PM

Re: Philosophy Book Club, Part Deux
 
Well, I find SMP to have some meaningful discussions. I think you'll find that the majority of posters here are, shall we say, more respectful than posters elswhere on twoplustwo.


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