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  1. The BC philosophy is quite interesting, although it is not a complete, well-thought-out system. Its cornerstone is freedom and autonomy. Moreover, this philosophy is organized as a psychopractic (according to the type of Hellenistic philosophical schools): as in Epicureanism, it is considered very important to overcome fear, even if through beating yourself or another person. Fear really makes it very difficult to be free. The ability to survive and adapt is attributed to a person as his nature (what serves this is good, what hinders it is bad). In addition, the project of Tyler Durden is clearly aimed against culture and civilization (in the spirit of Rousseau). Finally, the allusion to Nietzsche is also obvious: another reference point that could be included in this system is the concept of Life (and some may find similarities with the super-human project there).

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