>when you realize there won't be anymore great literature because of School of Resentment

>when you realize there won't be anymore great literature because of School of Resentment

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Western society will collapse within the next 25 years. The world will follow. Out of the ashes, new Canon will arrive, israelite-free, full of greatness.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      think-thank-o-cracy will not collapse
      you VILL obey the boarding school elite and you VILL be happy

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      nah
      expect some truly massive changes after ~40 years or so tho

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    What about IQfy Black folk?

    Is this shithole incapable of producing one two great writers? IQfy was born in 2010 in all of these years it hasn't produced any worthwhile writers?

    Bruh moment

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      All great men are invisible while alive. The solution? None. Just keep waiting...

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Folks are hitting their thirties, that's prime writing age. I bet there'll be one and only author of note that comes out of here.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I bet there'll be one and only author of note that comes out of here.
        It'll be me. The rest of you can log off now. Sorry.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        He's already emerged...

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >some boomer leech who is looking for attention
          Kek, same as Card. Not true IQfy posters.

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    nice slave morality

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Can one practice slave morality against previous slave morality?

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    So write one, dipshit.

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The situation is much broader than this and the fault is not of the school of resentment - the fault is of television and social media as instrument of capitalistic propaganda. Since the installation of television into people's houses, and the viral diffusion of trash television in the last 40/50 years, two generations have now grow up being courted into giving in to their basest desires and to enjoy the lowest, stupidest, most propagandistic forms of entertainment ever created. The sit com, the tv series, the serial cartoon, the blockbuster, the ad: all this stuff has conveyed a unified worldview which in the last half century has factually obliterated from your (and my) mind the possibility of imagining anything other than a capitalist society, and to desire and enjoy anything other than capitalist products. Ethics is conveyed to people our age through cartoons, we are unable to engage with political problems because they are famously absent from most mainstream narratives in entertainment media, and we are unable to address any form of complexity - all of this has stunted our ability to create what, before the 1980s, was called "art". Some things of value of course were still produced but the environmente becomes overall more hostile from any decade and after internet targeting you literally from the time you are in the cradle to make of you a mindless consumer who thinks buying stuff is the ultimate end of life and netflix series are cool, you now see zoomers and gen-alphas having no conception of the value, interest and importance of art whatsoever. If they have any creative endeavour they refer to it as craft, or they use "artist" to define someone who makes nice drawings of Satoru Gojo or other manga characters on their tablets. Books are universally shunned to the result that no one is capable of ever understanding anything, including the news, were we are now used to people dropping "facts" and "stats" in 15 minutes video segments (boomers) or 30 second tiktoks (zoomers) that no one ever bother to verify, let it be read a book about any problem. We have been conditioned, in the pavlovian sense of the term, to salivate when simple narratives are thrown at us, and we are now unable to address complexity in any way. This may actually mark the death of art (and philosophy, and science) as we have known them in the last 3/400 years way more than whatever imaginary political enemy Bloom was thinking about. It's not SJWs or political criticism to have ruined the arts: it's the fact that they, like their adversaries, operate on the base on manufactured, pre-packaged, simple televised narratives, and their ooga booga tribalism has reached medieval levels of stupidity. If anything survives this, it will be because of some contemporary equivalent of monks who carefully copied stuff and kept thinking about it when the rest of the western world was populated by total barbarians, as it is the case right now.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don't watch television, don't click on trailers, don't buy and play videogames, don't use or own social media, don't pay or own streaming services, don't watch any television whatsoever, don't buy anything that isn't absolutely necessary.
      Read, practice radical doubt, and if you become curious about any topic, subject, political problem, remember that you need to read at least 400 pages written by someone who studied the topic for several years (an expert) before approaching a level of knowledge so that you can BEGIN talking about it (which doesn't mean you're an expert).
      Remember that the internet does not contain information but maps towards the sources of information (that, if they are complex, can ONLY be conveyed through 300/400 pages textwalls that you need to read in order to have knowledge). Internet has given you, first and foremost, free books. Don't give in to the idea that the world is simple and that you can talk about stuff by reading wikipedia or googling something for 40 minutes. That life is "simple" is the message of every sitcom, movie, blockbuster. Give it up, stop watching trash, distrust whoever is in power, always, become antisocial and start studying.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        You're using social media right now, larper homosexual

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don't watch television, don't click on trailers, don't buy and play videogames, don't use or own social media, don't pay or own streaming services, don't watch any television whatsoever, don't buy anything that isn't absolutely necessary.
      Read, practice radical doubt, and if you become curious about any topic, subject, political problem, remember that you need to read at least 400 pages written by someone who studied the topic for several years (an expert) before approaching a level of knowledge so that you can BEGIN talking about it (which doesn't mean you're an expert).
      Remember that the internet does not contain information but maps towards the sources of information (that, if they are complex, can ONLY be conveyed through 300/400 pages textwalls that you need to read in order to have knowledge). Internet has given you, first and foremost, free books. Don't give in to the idea that the world is simple and that you can talk about stuff by reading wikipedia or googling something for 40 minutes. That life is "simple" is the message of every sitcom, movie, blockbuster. Give it up, stop watching trash, distrust whoever is in power, always, become antisocial and start studying.

      I agree with you in general, but there are still smart people. Life is complex, and anyone with any depth of life experience is going to run up face to face with that complexity. Isolationism is in a way the withdrawing from the complexity of life, so im not convinced it is a great solution. Even books are an attempt to reduce things to linear narratives, and while they might be more insightful than TV, they are still a pale substitute for livng.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don't watch television, don't click on trailers, don't buy and play videogames, don't use or own social media, don't pay or own streaming services, don't watch any television whatsoever, don't buy anything that isn't absolutely necessary.
      Read, practice radical doubt, and if you become curious about any topic, subject, political problem, remember that you need to read at least 400 pages written by someone who studied the topic for several years (an expert) before approaching a level of knowledge so that you can BEGIN talking about it (which doesn't mean you're an expert).
      Remember that the internet does not contain information but maps towards the sources of information (that, if they are complex, can ONLY be conveyed through 300/400 pages textwalls that you need to read in order to have knowledge). Internet has given you, first and foremost, free books. Don't give in to the idea that the world is simple and that you can talk about stuff by reading wikipedia or googling something for 40 minutes. That life is "simple" is the message of every sitcom, movie, blockbuster. Give it up, stop watching trash, distrust whoever is in power, always, become antisocial and start studying.

      Absolutely based. One the best post I've seen here.

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Good, then I have a chance to catch up.

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >when you realize this board has gone to shit because of christians and the alt-right

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Of the 18 threads in this screenshot, only 3-4 have anything to do with “alt right Christians”. Besides, if it bothers you that much, maybe you should go to r/literature; I’m sure they’d welcome you in with open arms.

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The real reason there won't be any great lit is because you're too blackpilled by /misc/ to do anything about it

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Everyone chill the frick out I'm here, the book is with agents as we speak.

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