What is the most valuable philosophy out there?

Aiden Collins
Aiden Collins

what is the most valuable philosophy out there?
no pseudo shit,

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Cooper Williams
Cooper Williams

Spinozism

Carter Gonzalez
Carter Gonzalez

Orangeism. There is nothing more valuable than the color orange. All must be made orange.

Sebastian Rivera
Sebastian Rivera

Science. Its the only one that deals with facts and purely objective truth

Sebastian Cox
Sebastian Cox

Begin with the Greeks.

Carson Reyes
Carson Reyes

Nietzsche's philosophy in Thus Spoke Zarathustra

It's also the one robots need the most

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Christian Carter
Christian Carter

making your own
desunae

Luke Russell
Luke Russell

In your youth? Absurdism.
In your old age? Zen Buddhism.

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Cameron Jackson
Cameron Jackson

Postmodernism, post-structuralism

no

Josiah Diaz
Josiah Diaz

what's so good about it?
I tried reading Plato and some other stuff but found socrates insufferable and stopped right there

Thomas Gray
Thomas Gray

It teaches about the self. If there's one universally great philosophical teaching, it's that. Know yourself, master thyself, heal thyself before you attempt to heal others, etc.

All your interactions with the external world are interpreted through your personal perception, so if your personal perception is fucked, your interpretations and experiences will also be warped. So you must become wise to your own weaknesses before attempting to understand anything.

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Gavin Brown
Gavin Brown

Paraphrased example from it:

A person who shows pity is displaying a perverse and inappropriate amount of interest in the suffering of others. Furthermore, pity harms the person who is suffering, as it makes the sufferer feel pitiful and shamed.

Therefore, you shouldn't pity, as it's unhelpful and sickens you as much as the subject of your pity. You can empathize, but when you catch yourself investing too much of your empathy into one thing, stop. It's nauseating. There's no broken BPD gf you can 'fix' if you can't fix yourself.

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William Collins
William Collins

fuck bitches get money. niggers figured it out long time ago, only coping low T fags still read philosophy books trying to figure out simplest shit ever

John Nguyen
John Nguyen

Diogenes/Ted Kaczynski

Cameron Taylor
Cameron Taylor

is this a meme? who is part of this?

Oliver Harris
Oliver Harris

don't try to find a single philosophy. Take portions that you like out of each. I'm a fan of hermes trismegistus, neo-pythagorean, neo-platonism, hard-determinism, Gnosticism- the occult in general. There is no good or evil, right or wrong, do not try to find what's "best", simply try to find what suits you.

Cameron Gomez
Cameron Gomez

I like existentialism and I think all robots should read kierkeerkergard so they fucking learn how to b themshelves btw fuck absurdists fucking retarded faggots

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Cameron Rogers
Cameron Rogers

Pythagoreanism, anything else is just baby garbage

Colton Lewis
Colton Lewis

waste your life reading all this shit only to further illuminate how much you have wasted by reading this shit

Logan Evans
Logan Evans

t. doesn't even understand what science is

Leo Collins
Leo Collins

Gnostics follow a 2000 year old fan fiction.

Jonathan Ramirez
Jonathan Ramirez

Take the National Socialism pill, normie.

Jeremiah Jenkins
Jeremiah Jenkins

how do I into the occult?
all I've read has just been trash

Jeremiah Walker
Jeremiah Walker

Evola would do robots a lot better if you've got the cojones for it, but Nietzsche's far more accessible. (Not trying to insinuate any sort of condescension for choosing the latter over the former tough. Evola is more insightful but even his biggest fans would concede that he's an infuriatingly obfuscating pretentious cunt)

Alternatively begin with Montaigne, the dude was a semi-robot himself and his writing is the closest that the Western Existentialist canon has to comfycore. He basically feels like Kierkegaard crossed with an episode of Frasier

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Alexander Sanchez
Alexander Sanchez

facts and purely objective truth
somebody needs to read Kant's Study of Scientific Revolutions.
I don't say this to devalue science or to shill religion, but you gotta understand exactly what science is, like says

Elijah Howard
Elijah Howard

how come no one has mentioned stoicism, literally the only important natural philosophy.

Christopher Adams
Christopher Adams

plato is based but ultimately there are two directions to go in. particulars may vary.
the first is that you see that there is a source of life, and that morality is objective, and that to be good is to go toward and to align with that tangible reality. this is the truth, it is not conceptual, it is everything that is good, whether people realize it or not.
the other way is to deny that this exists which makes you a total faggot. there tends to be an equalization of everything, which means that what is base and ignoble will come to dominate everything

Luke Phillips
Luke Phillips

Imagine being this much of a brainlet. Do you understand that if it wasnt for philosophy we wouldnt of had many of our scientists.

Tyler Foster
Tyler Foster

LONG LIVE THE GOD EMPEROR!

Adrian Perez
Adrian Perez

A good place to start would be "The Secret Teachings of all Ages" by Manly Palmer Hall. Can be read for free online. Goes deep into the hidden meanings behind symbols and myths, lays out how the bible isn't exactly wrong it's just almost entirely allegorical so if you look at it from a historical/literal perspective you'll understand nothing. He has some pretty crazy interpretations of certain things, I don't 100% agree with everything he says but it's fascinating nonetheless. Good place to start, just look at the chapter titles and pick one that sounds interesting.

Some anons say this sort of reading is a waste of time but I disagree thoroughly. It's very satisfying and lends itself to creating immense stability in your life. Becoming a jew/christfag/muslim is a waste of time, these modern mainstream religions are profane mutilations of ancient doctrine/wisdom that would empower/illuminate/elevate those who partook of them, while these modern counterfeits only suppress/enslave and doom their followers to perpetual ignorance.

Noah Martinez
Noah Martinez

stoicism and existentialism

Joseph Evans
Joseph Evans

Personally, I follow stoicism. I also like cynicism, not because I actually follow it, but because I liked Diogenes.

Austin Foster
Austin Foster

Positivism, no contest. Anyone who disagrees wants to go back to the dark ages

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Gabriel Brooks
Gabriel Brooks

a cocktail of epicureanism and cynicism

James Powell
James Powell

Confucianism.
I'm not even Chinese. It's good shit. Meshes very well with Christianity.