In terms of philosophy, I have to say that I am more influenced by people like Stirner, Nietzsche, and Marx, as well as some non-Marxist-Leninist communists, and some anarchists. In addition, I am still what you call I am a lifestyleist, and I am still reading books by people like Foucault and Deleuze. As for the Enlightenment, I would say that the past Enlightenment participants were honorable because they rebelled against the oppression of an authoritarian feudal society, but they themselves created a new oppressive society. Compared with the feudal society in the past, the oppression of capitalist society has not been weakened, but has been greatly strengthened. I sympathize with the radical liberals in the past, but I don’t have much affection for the current left-wing liberals (I just sympathize more their struggles, not their ideas). I'm also interested in some of the thinkers you like, people like Aristotle and Kant, but I don't think I fully agree with them. I also like some counter-enlightenment thinkers, and you have a neutral attitude towards Hobbes, but I am very disgusted with Hobbes. On the contrary, if I had to choose, I would put maistre in a neutral attitude, although I I'm more of a neutral towards him.