Post-Kant German philosophy is embarrassingly bad. I often try to force myself to read Being and Time but after the first few pages my disgust overloads and I have to stop. It's the kind of juvenile garbage that a 16 year old who happens to have read Aristotle and Duns Scotus would write. Hegel, Husserl, Heidegger etc all suffer from the same problem, and that is that they are completely uncritical of their starting points and their methods. Ironically even Kant suffered from to a lesser degree. It doesn't matter how "profound" your statements about le Being are if you epistemology and logic are complete garbage. It seems that no matter how much from the history of philosophy they read they are incapable of understanding philosophy at all, they simply aren't philosophers. It's embarrassing to open a book called "Beyond Good and Evil" and see 300 pages of random paragraphs about women and how the french are better than the germans. It's even more embarrassing that this absolute garbage is actually taken seriously by academia and by you fucking losers. If you actually like German philosophy, then you don't understand philosophy and you never will. Imagine if Plato opened up a book by Husserl only to see it dive straight in to a thousand methodological presuppositions and vague terminology. He would feel anger and disgust as he tears apart every sentence with basic pre-schooler logic and dialectical analysis. Every time I see some faggot on this board say that Hegel or Heidegger was the endgame of philosophy I begin to feel an inexpressible rage bubbling up inside of me and wish I could just reach through the screen and strangle him to death.