I read quite a bit of contemporary phenomenologists on sz. It’s interesting but not without its problems.
Environmental issues and eco friendly tips
Human resource management
Theology, philosophy, arts, literature
I’m really interested in programming also
medicine, mathematics, physics, neuroscience, psychology
History in general
These are the main topics I study nowadays.
I try to switch between a neurological / neuropharmacy approach and a phenomenological view of sz when reading.
Without the “chemical imbalance” theory something is lacking. But i like the phenomenological insistence on regarding SZ as a disturbance in ipeseity (selfhood) though sometimes i miss the heuristics of the view.
I study biblical Greek and Hebrew on a very part time basis. But it’s coming along. Otherwise I like birds, tobacco history, American Civil War, and other things.
Herbs, mushrooms/fungi, health topics, and cryptozoology.
Ive had enough of nutrition. I’m getting tired of it. I would like to know a bit of everything. Some topics like philosophy I’d like to know more in depth. I’d like to know about geography. Quantum physics, history… I wish I had more motivation…
And, no, I don’t consider studying Spanish a waste of time. Quite the contrary.
I took a spanish course in university, it was for fun and it was really fun.
My interests change from time to time. I like some history. I’ve been frequenting channels about military weapon systems. I’ve been doing some writing. I lose interest and switch to something else sometimes.
I always read some English and Chinese essays.