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books Anonymous 19112

fav philosophy/psychology/selfhelp books thread
i started with emotions-osho

Anonymous 19115

>>19114
bro it's basic self help shit, "libfems" (aka any feminist) dislike it bc it's dressed up in pseduo masculinist BS and the author is a moron

Anonymous 19116

>>19115
>bro it's basic self help
Yes that's what this thread is about, it accomplishes it's job beautifully.

Anonymous 19118

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>>19115
>>19114
on 4chan tend to suck petersons ass quite a bit.
>it's dressed up in pseduo masculinist BS and the author is a moron
thats partly true, thats why i think some of his lectures are very good and others where he names fundamental issues in his book, very bad.

Here is another very good book (pic related)

Anonymous 19133

>>19112
Yuck, why would you put philosophy in the same bag as self help? Why would you read self help? This is why men make fun of us. Imagine unironically reading Osho.

Anonymous 19134

>>19133
Give me the meaningful difference between self-help and philosophy.

Anonymous 19136

>>19112
>4chan
Are you a moid? What are you doing on 4chan?

Anonymous 19140

>>19134
they're not even related. give me a meaningful similarity between self-help and philosophy.

Anonymous 19144

>>19140
They're not related? Odd, I assume they are both book genres. So I suppose we can start there. They are both non-fiction. They are both concerned with man's relation to himself, others, and the world.



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