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Interview with Greg Johnson

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German translation here

1. Being a man of ideas, has literature played an important role in your life? What would you say were the texts that proved key in your personal and intellectual development? And why?

History and philosophy played more of a role in shaping my outlook than literature. In fact, I can’t name a single work of fiction, qua fiction, that has shaped my worldview. Read more …

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Wyndham Lewis’ Childermass:
Black Metal, without the Music

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Wyndham Lewis
Childermass
New York: Riverrun Press, 2001

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Holiday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

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Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Christmas, like dogs, brings out the best in people. It awakens a desire to beautify one’s world and adorn one’s soul with good deeds.

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Evola on Zen & Everyday Life

Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

1,657 words

Translation anonymous, edited by Greg Johnson

Eugen Herrigel
Zen in the Art of Archery
New York: Vintage, 1999
[Zen nell’arte del tirar d’arco (Turin: Rigois, 1956)]

Kakuzo Okakura
The Book of Tea
Stone Bridge Press, 2007
[II Libro del Te (Rome: Fratelli Bocca, 1955)]

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Game On:
Revenge of the Matriarchs

656 words

I was walking past WalMart’s aisle of literature when I noticed what appeared to be an entire section of books featuring hot Amish women longingly gazing out over the open plain. After a closer look, I realized that I had stumbled onto the new genre that I’ve being hearing about: Amish Porn. They’re a type of romance novel that take place in idyllic American communities. Read more …

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Thanksgiving Special 
White Men Meet Indians:
Jamestown & the Clash of Civilizations

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David A. Price
Love and Hate in Jamestown: John Smith, Pocahontas, and the Start of a New Nation
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003

Everyone has heard of Jamestown, Captain John Smith, and Pocahontas, but most Americans know few details about the clash of races and civilizations that marked the arrival of the English in Virginia in 1607. Read more …

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Greek & Barbarian

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The Landmark Herodotus: The Histories Edited by Robert B. Strassler
New York: Pantheon, 2007

Independent scholar Robert Strassler has produced far and away the best English edition aimed at the general reader of the work which remains the fountainhead of the Western historical tradition. Let us hope there is still a fit audience out there for it—men, that is, capable of learning what Herodotus has to teach.

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Evola on Aurobindo’s Secret of the Veda

Aurobindo Ghosh, 1872–1950

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Translation anonymous, edited by Greg Johnson

Sri Aurobindo (Aurobindo Ghosh)
Secret of the Veda
Pondicherry, India: Aurobindo Ashram, 1995

From 1944 to 1946 the periodical Arya—issued in Pondicherry in a limited number of copies and impossible to find anywhere today—published a series of essays by Sri Aurobindo on the secret of the Vedas. Read more …

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Violence & “Soft Commerce,” Part 2

714 words

Part 2 of 3

Translated by Greg Johnson

The Internal Logic of “Soft Commerce”

Now that “soft commerce” has been globalized since the end of the 20th century, one must grant that it has the advantage of a plasticity and a capacity for survival enjoyed by few regimes up to the present.

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What is Spanish Falangism?

1,269 words

Translated by Cologero Salvo

Published as “Che cosa vuole il ‘Falangismo’ spagnolo” in 1937.

While the phases of the Spanish Civil War are followed by all with keen interest, less attention is paid to the exact ideas that inspire the revolt of the Spanish national forces against communism: perhaps because many believe that the positive ideological phase, in revolutions, always develops at a later date.

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