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The 'Philosophy' of Franz Kafka   Lecture and Books

Started 14/2/20 by Gonghis (GonghisKhan); 2756 views.
gaargster

From: gaargster

2/3/20

Unfortunately, not everyone understands this. Philosophy is generally a confusing thing, which can be discussed a lot, and the most interesting thing is that everyone will be right in his own way. But sometimes different visions of one situation unpleasantly affect. For example, my philosophy teacher and I have completely different views, and so I had to look for the best essay writing service review in order to write a work that he liked. Since when I first set out the essay written by me, he did not even count it.

NewsFrea1

From: NewsFrea1

6/3/20

You do really feel the need to teach French words to French /German /Dutch peaking people here?

Did your naive mindset even try to watch the video narration at all? laughing

NewsFrea1

From: NewsFrea1

6/3/20

Unless someone is totally suffering of dementia and never read any KAFKA books, there's no explanation to argue questionable and deep issue to everyone's life.

RGoss99

From: RGoss99

6/3/20

Lets start at the beginning. Why? (because someone asked and the answer given was incorrect). So now your turn. Why do you feel the need to ignore the context of my post, and feel that you have sufficient status to question my response?

G=G+1 for trolling.)

Don't mind GOSSY is the village's LEFTIOT!

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