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  1. The whale don't go to Hollywood

    The whale don't go to Hollywood
  2. You have the french "art for art sake"guys as...

    You have the french "art for art sake"guys as well, helping to keep the status of poetry ahead of novel's status, even by someone who is probally the main responsable for the definitive status os...
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    Hey Aunt, Stay home and stay safe as well. :)

    Hey Aunt,

    Stay home and stay safe as well. :)
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    Where have I claimed that this outrageous claim...

    Where have I claimed that this outrageous claim (nobody has a duty to be a philosopher or a driver or anything just because ecurd claims)?

    That is exactly what I have written : Don't be naive and...
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    You do not need a PhD (do not confund expertise...

    You do not need a PhD (do not confund expertise with a degree), but one only need to come near a bad athlete to know the difference of an occasional who can run or play footbal. I am not talking...
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    What make you think Philosophy, as just any...

    What make you think Philosophy, as just any field, does not require expertise and teaching? That are we have an inate domain of the area? How little you think of Philosophy.

    Lets imagine if it is...
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    This is just not true, Ecurb. Philosophy is the...

    This is just not true, Ecurb. Philosophy is the most complex and often, hermetic field of human knowledge. A handful of people can be philosophers, in fact, it is probally easier to find people who...
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    (double. Mods, delete this)

    (double. Mods, delete this)
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    I think there is a confusion there. Art for Art...

    I think there is a confusion there. Art for Art sake is developed as a propaganda by extremely engaged artists. It was a position of independence on the face of the raising "consumerism" that...
  10. Yeah, Hegel said. There is some sense on this,...

    Yeah, Hegel said. There is some sense on this, but not everything that happened with the novel is exactly burgoise. Hegel probally wasnt aware of Moby and wouldn't consider it seriously. American...
  11. This is not important. Until the XIX century,...

    This is not important. Until the XIX century, nobody would consider prose novels (and authors) as representative of the culture. Cervantes is not exactly a novel writer either, it was his failures as...
  12. This is not important. Until the XIX century,...

    This is not important. Until the XIX century, nobody would consider prose novels (and authors) as representative of the culture. Cervantes is not exactly a novel writer either, it was his failures as...
  13. Of course, Quixote is the national novel by...

    Of course, Quixote is the national novel by excelence, but if you think well, Cervantes was hardly a single voice in that Spain. Lope de Vega was there and is a giant looming over Cervantes popular...
  14. Oh, please. Neither passive or agressive are...

    Oh, please. Neither passive or agressive are offensive words and I am fully aware of the "white dead men" kinds of attack. The fact I was aware of the pun or not is irrelevant to both of you...
  15. Are you two in a guiltry trip? In a thread which...

    Are you two in a guiltry trip? In a thread which Moby Dcik, a book about the hunt for the great white whale, was mentioned already, the world white arised such passive-agressive defense from you both...
  16. The Great american novel is the hunt of the great...

    The Great american novel is the hunt of the great white american novel.
  17. Thread: Do you write?

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    Sadly, I never got one of the papers myself. It...

    Sadly, I never got one of the papers myself. It was a kind of social project to promote literacy, but in another state. A few years they also used one of my poems (alongside many others) for a game...
  18. Thread: Do you write?

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    Well, I write for living (from content for social...

    Well, I write for living (from content for social media to essays, relatories and journalistic stuff for webside of the group I work - but I am no journalist and I claim fake news if someone say I...
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    That brings me to memory, a long ago, I saw a guy...

    That brings me to memory, a long ago, I saw a guy reciting to a girl a poem in french. The girl in clouds and all. The thing, it was Baudelaire La Muse Malade...
  20. I think you are mixing details of his life (which...

    I think you are mixing details of his life (which are interesting, it is not because shakespeare didn't exist that we have to pretend Dickens didn't as well, and I think some of the spark that brings...
  21. I don't see this as a disagreement. Race is...

    I don't see this as a disagreement. Race is relevant (as representant of socio-cultural background), even if we study Dante or Shakespeare, which individual skill is unique, etc. Race may be not the...
  22. It does not matter much if it is affirmative or...

    It does not matter much if it is affirmative or not. This is not new, the canon is flexible and will always change and include authors that were left behind (one person, one teacher will never really...
  23. I think Moby does not appeal to many addults...

    I think Moby does not appeal to many addults either. But then, how many find physics appealing? Or biology? Or maths? But that prevent us from flat earth....
  24. And If I recall correctly, Bloom does not have...

    And If I recall correctly, Bloom does not have Rosa in his World Canon, which implies Bloom is not familiar with the World and with the Canon.
  25. A world canon is obviously filled with other...

    A world canon is obviously filled with other cultures and nobody is making anyone not read what they like. As I said, the classroom is not the only place you will have contact with literature. It has...
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