Reviews and Mentions
Prof. Dutton argues that ethnocentrism benefits groups in the struggle for survival, so natural selection has generally promoted it, whereas maladaptive attitudes such as very low ethnocentrism are the product of mutations. Mental and physical abnormalities due to genetic mutations are often found together, so that as the population is increasingly burdened with mutations affecting physical health, it may also be afflicted with reduced ethnocentrism, which reduces a population’s chances for long-term survival.
Der Entfesselte Prometheus by Johannes Scharf, Constantin von Hoffmeister and Georg Immanuel Nagel
Conservatism Inc. by James Kirkpatrick
Political Platonism by Alexander Dugin
Ethnosociology by Alexander Dugin
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Before the War by Guillaume Faye, Decline of the West by Oswald Spengler...
Audiobook editions of Why We Fight by Guillaume Faye and Handbook of Traditional Living by Raido.