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Member: Alixtii

CollectionsYour library (1,512), Omnibuses, Box Sets, & Inclusions (8), E-Books (1), Missing in Action (1), Video DVD's and VHS's (40), Wishlist (17), Currently reading (2), To read (3), Read but unowned (11), Favorites (1), All collections (1,590)

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Tagsfiction (829), unread (312), science fiction (311), fantasy (197), loc:library (190), philosophy (153), history (137), religion (125), graphic novel (121), mystery (113) — see all tags

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About meEpiskopos Reverend Alixtii O'Krull V, TRL was ordained by the Universal Life Church in 2001 and founded the Church of St. Jesu the Heretic, Discordian shortly thereafter. The reverend is an avid fan of science fiction programs and books, a writer of fanfiction and fannish meta on his LiveJournal, and a grad student at a non-disclosed instution of higher learning, studying various theory-ish things. Interests include philosophy, theology, and literary theory.

About my libraryEvery book I own, including ones from childhood and my textbooks from school; including the books under my bed, in my closet, packed away in boxes in my basement, and, of course, on my bookshelves.

GroupsArthurian Legends, Audio Books Lovers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bug Collectors, Build the Open Shelves Classification, Christianity, CodePink, Combiners!, Comics, Episcopalians for Global Reconciliationshow all groups

Favorite authorsMarion Zimmer Bradley, Frances Hodgson Burnett, T. S. Eliot, Episcopal Church, Robert A. Heinlein, Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Nietzsche, Richard Rorty, George Bernard Shaw, Joss Whedon, Ludwig Wittgenstein (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceSep 28, 2005

Currently readingLegacies by L. E. Modesitt
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas

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I know how you feel - so many books, so little time! I hope you enjoy them, whenever you are able to read them.
Dear Alixtii, you were my secret Santa, and I'd like to thank you for your choice :-) I really enjoyed opening my parcel.
Hi,

LibraryThing contacted me and indicated you were one of the winners of the Early Reviewer Giveaway. Please send me your e-mail address (mine is mail@christophertusa.com), and I'll send you a copy of the e-book.

Thanks for entering the giveaway,

Chris
I too was ordained (circa 1968) by his holiness, Kirby J. Hensly, at his "Vatican", the Universal Life Church, in Modesto, California, but yet hesitate to speak "ex cathedra" about such esoteric matters.
I don't understand your "satire" tag. I never thought of E Nesbit's children's books, or TH White's Once & Future King, as satire before (self-referential humor in the case of O&FK, yes). Your ecclesiastical talents must enable an entirely different level on which to read stuff.

Anyhow, I very much enjoyed browsing through your library.
Regarding your recommendation on Wittgenstein's Tractatus: I know of no evidence that Wittgenstein was found of Nietzsche's work. I have searched for any connection while writing a biographical study some years back, and found only that he once had a copy of some Nietzsche book during the WW I years.
gebuddha
Thank you for joining Pro and Con (Religion). I hope this is a place where the comfortable are afflicted and the afflicted are comforted. Let’s go it with all seriousness, but I hope we can have great fun at the same time. If I were God, I would part the waters of distance, and instantly transport us all to this great pub I used to frequent in Germany with a group of other Auslanders, but alas, I am but a lowly mortal, and so we have to do this via the internet.

All I ask is that every one remain respectful, even if there are times when you are spewing your coffee over the screen.
So what is this shelf tagging you've done? Do you have your shelves labelled?

Hi, by the way. I've yet to meet someone who has the Dark Phoenix Saga and Woolf too, very interesting.
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