For a European Awakening

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Nature, Excellence, Beauty

For a European Awakening is a selection of well-argued essays from the French New Right, where identitarian authors wrestle with ideas about ecology, history, and beauty. However, it is not simply an exposé of important themes and responses to key issues of our day but a call to action.

These essays explore questions about man’s relationship to his land, and how that territory shapes and defines him; questions about man’s role in nature as one of her children ‘shaped by thousands of years of long patience’.

In these pages, the authors point out the necessity for beauty in our world, to ‘re-enchant the world’ instead of slumbering in the dull muck of utilitarianism. As we rise to this task, should we grow discouraged by the naysayers and ‘deconstructors’ of European culture and tradition, we are called to remember Hölderlin’s words that ‘where danger lies, salvation grows’.

Essays by Philippe Conrad, Rémy Soulié, Henri Levavasseur, Jean-Philippe Antoni, Jean-François Gautier, Thibaud Cassel, Alix Marmin, Jean-Yves Le Gallou, Guillaume Travers, Olivier Eichenlaub, Anne-Laure Blanc, Paul Éparvier, Grégoire Gambier, and Alain de Benoist.

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