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    Salut et merci pour la recommandation dans le thread "How many languages do you speak?" J'espère que je peux trouvez le film en ligne. Merci encore une fois :D
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    Salut, Nilitch!
    Étant visiblement passionné de philosophie, aurais-tu des ouvrages, ou des auteurs, à conseiller à un débutant?
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    Did not know Gracian. Sounds creepy... reminds me of Otto Weininger (you know him?).
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    How comes, you are in Schopenhauer? Don't you think, that half of human experience is just omitted in his Philosophy?
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    Anyway, thanks for randomly checking my thread.
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    All I ask is if you can, watch first one-two minutes of the video below. That's it, nothing more. I only say this because I used to think the exact same thing about Berserk being a generic edgy action series for the sake of it like a generic action movie to it until I finally read it one-two years ago. And I more often than not respect your taste and feedback when reading your posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilitch View Post
    I said "nihilist violence" and not just nihilism. --->>> "absurd violence" or "void of meaning in violence" or "Q.Tarantino"
    It is so easy to think that Berserk is nothing more than mindless violence for the sake of violence to achieve a superficial gritty appeal. But where Berserk truly shines is in the emotions and depth of the character interactions for its cast outside of/behind the combat, and how a lot of the violence Guts creates is actually a reflection of his character's trauma and flaws. And the series has a lot of impactful solemn moments of gorgeous detail and profound visual language.
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