Guest Column: Three Books You Need To Read By Mekong Delta’s Ralf Hubert

Bassist pitches three books worth picking up

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In our undying efforts to bring you engaging columns you won’t find anywhere else, we’ve reached out to the metal world seeking submissions for a new subject: Three amazing books you have to pick up and devour.

Seeing as you read this blog everyday, we went out on a limb and assumed you’d maybe want to get some decent book suggestions from some of your favorite bands, too. So today, we continue this series on rad, must-reads with an entry written by Mekong Delta‘s Ralf Hubert.

“Critique of Pure Reason” by Immanuel Kant
Philosophical fundamentals about morals and logic and how they should interact.

“The Shock Doctrine” by Naomi Klein
Using historical facts, this book unmasks the lie that capitalism and democracy go hand in hand. In fact, it shows that the opposite is true.

“Faust” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Showing that the quest for total knowledge could end in a disaster.

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