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The Sense of History – Part 4

Modern historiography begins with Machiavelli; Machiavelli is the father of modern history. The transition that he effected between the older ways of viewing the relationship between man and time and the newer is easily obscured by the fact that we…

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Ideas on a State as Power

For us, the concept of hierarchy and of State as power1 is founded on the idea of an absolute liberty. To be absolute, it is necessary for this liberty to be unconditioned. But there is evidently only one who is…

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Disquisition on the Origins – Part 3

History and the Origins Following the course of our argument so far, we have been carried to a disquieting vista. Traditionalism and Modernism, these evident uncompromising antipodes, apparently agree on a crucial point: the present moment must be abolished. They…

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Christianity Among the Ruins

What does it take to succeed in life? The answer is complicated because it takes many things, from hard work to a fair shake to good luck. But if you don’t like this answer, you may refer to books that…

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Laibach, Playfulness and Fascism – Part 1

Laibach is an avant-garde music group from Slovenia, which since its foundation in 1980 has led a groundbreaking and unique musical and visual experiment, mixing Fascist and traditional ideas and aesthetics together with the musical culture of post-war Europe. Their…

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Funeral Dirge for the Family

The fertile and long-lasting heterosexual family unit is in steep decline among Europeans, which explains the dramatic drop in their birth rates. This decline has many secondary causes, but they all lead back to a single primary cause: the excessive…

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The Wolf’s Milk – Part 2

Ethnicity The three possible founts of a culture of the Right considered in, and rejected by, the previous instalment of this essay unite in a fourth, which, for its connection to all the most valid parts of each of them,…

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