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Jacques_
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Greetings

Post by Jacques_ » December 13th, 2017, 4:27 pm

Hello,

New member landing on this website reporting in. I got here from a thread on /lit/ where someone pointed out the quality of the discussions on this website. I am a student, not in Liberal Arts though I have long been passioned by philology and literature, as well as natural sciences. I'm a very curious individual, and hopefully I'll have the opportunity to learn a lot of new things in here.

I'm also looking forward to give a new impulse to my personal journey, I used to read a lot of non-fiction and somehow lost this drive because college was eating away most of my free time for a while. I could not want anything more than a chance to get back on tracks. I don't want to leave this world knowing that there are masterworks I did not manage to read. My "favorite" philosophers & writers are Augustine of Hippo, Seneca, Virgile, Ovide, Thomas More, Nietzsche, Russell, and Foucault.

Looking Forward to meeting you in a thread,
Best regards,

Jacques

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Re: Greetings

Post by Steve3007 » December 14th, 2017, 4:05 am

New member landing on this website reporting in.
Welcome Jacques_. Report to a moderator at 0900 hours for basic training.

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