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  1. Adorno Theodor “Problems of Moral Philosophy”, “Study of the authoritarian personality”, “Negative dialectic”, “Looking Back on Surrealism”.

    Marcuse Herbert, “Hegel's Ontology and the foundation of the theory of historicity”, “Reason and Revolution”, “Eros and Civilization”, “One-dimensional Man”, ” Negations. Essays on Critical Theory”, “Psychoanalysis and Politics”, “Ideas for a Critical Theory of Society”, “Essay on Liberation”, “Counter-Revolution and Revolt”.

    Heidegger Martin ” Negativity. Discussion with Hegel from the perspective of the question of negativity”, “Introduction to the Phenomenology of Spirit”.

  2. I advise you to read Emile Zola's multi-volume cycle “Rougon-Macquarie”. The books are not related, but it is better to start with “The Trap”, “Germinal”, “Teresa Raquin”, as these books completely immerse you in the melancholic, sometimes depressing, but very psychologically subtle atmosphere of the writer's work.�

    Jean-Paul Sartre “Nausea”, “The Wall”

    Alberto Moravia “Contempt”, “Indifferent” and “Boredom”. A lot of reflection and analysis of yourself and others.�

    Thomas Metzinger “The Ego Tunnel”. If you believe in the meaninglessness and futility of being, or you like the philosophy of Rust Cole from True Detective, or you are just an inquisitive person who is ready for cognitive dissonance.�

    Arthur Schopenhauer “The world as will and representation”, “On free will” and other works of his philosophy of pessimism.�

    Hegel, Schelling and other German philosophers

  3. Thomas Mann- “Doctor Faustus”,”Joseph and His Brothers”, “Magic Mountain”.Hermann Hesse- “The Game of Beads” and “Steppenwolf”. Robert Musil- “A Man without properties”.August Strindberg- “The Red Room”

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