I've got a question that is going to sound extremely broad and that's because it is. Long story short, I have a few texts to read for my PHIL class and I'd be pretty f*cking happy if some of you would share what you've extracted from these (if you read them of course).

So the first load are from Nietzsche including:
-On truth and lies in a non-moral sense
-the madman
-how the 'true world' finally became fable
-the dionysian world

-Then Bristows enlightenment
-Burke "from reflections on war in France"
-and Marx and Engels "bourgeois and proletarians"

Any and all details are accepted, especially the critical critiques :3

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What happens when we enjoy the benefits that choice is meant to confer but our need for choice itself is not met?

To explain this lets look at a scenario...

Imagine the ultimate luxury hotel. There’s gourmet food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. During the day, you do as you please: lounge by the pool, get a spa treatment, romp in the game room. At night, you sleep in a king-size bed with down pillows and 600-thread-count sheets. The staff is ever present and ever pleasant, happy to fulfill any requests you might have, and the hotel even boasts state-of-the-art medical services. You can bring your whole family and socialize with lots of new people. And the best part is that it’s free.
There’s just one small catch: Once you check in, you can never leave.

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