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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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The Open Society and Its Enemies – Part 2

The open society, as all societies, has not only to contend with the strife within its borders, but also with the conflicts outside of its borders. The open society is agnostic, and preaches tolerance toward different laws and customs, because…

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The Open Society and Its Enemies – Part 1

There is a telling moment of encounter between the social critique offered by the Deep Right and that offered by the academic left in particular, which, though the two use entirely different terms and language, reveals nonetheless a point of…

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Modern Statism as Western Gnosticism – Part 2

From Calvinism to Communism According to van Dun, orthodox Christianity, which sanctified human free will and the natural order of the human world with respect to it, historically conflicted with gnostic beliefs regarding the nature or, rather, the essence of…

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