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Science: The Lesser Sphere – Part 2

Science and Teleology It is clear from all that has been said in the first part of this essay that science is and must be premised on an utter rejection of teleology, or what Aristotle called the ‘final cause’. The…

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Science: The Lesser Sphere – Part 1

‘God does not play dice.’ This simple phrase, taken (as is even needless to say) from perhaps the most publicly recognized intellectual figure of the past century, in a certain sense stands as the watchword of an era. In the…

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Metapolitics and the Right – Part 1

It seems eminently appropriate, in the early days of this journal, to seek to come to new terms with what is by now an oldish concept: metapolitics. The word has made such broad inroads into the speech and writing, and…

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Agon and Enemy

It is a commonplace by now (though one which occasionally receives some degree of just critique) that one of the fundamental practical differences between the right and the left in our day is the more or less monolithic quality of…

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What is the Deep Right?

He who would understand the alterations in the political terrain of his day, could choose no better place to begin his explorations than the most recent changes in political speech – not that speech which is employed by the contemporary…

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Dante Alighieri and the ‘Philosophy of Right’

The Right is intrinsically the political and ideological embodiment of perennial values, albeit tempered by the landscape and the historical experiences that go to form a ‘people’ and a ‘civilization’. As Westerners concerned with either the regeneration of Western High…

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On the Inauguration of Arktos Journal

Gutta cavat lapidem. — Ovid, Epistolae ex Ponto, Book 4, X, 5 In an era marked by the unprecedented proliferation of online journals, blogs, magazines, etc. etc., it well might be demanded what purpose yet another could possibly serve, and…

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