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Fascism as Anti-Modernism
Julius Evola’s Fascism Viewed from the Right

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Julius Evola
Fascism Viewed from the Right
Trans. E. Christian Kopff
London: Arktos, 2013

Evola’s reckoning with Italian Fascism is among his later works, first published in 1964, and reprinted with additional notes in 1970. This is the first English translation, produced for Arktos by classicist E. Christian Kopff.

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Jukio Mišima, Jojūrō Jasuda a fašismus, část II.

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6) Mišimova literatura akce

Pojďme se nyní zaměřit na styčné body Mišimovy literatury a fašismu z literárního úhlu pohledu. Pokud bychom chtěli popsat Mišimovu tvorbu jedním slovem, dozajista bychom užili termínu literatura “akce.” Zejména jeho pozdní práce se vyznačují silnými aktivistickými tendencemi. Read more …

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Jukio Mišima, Jojūrō Jasuda a fašismus, část I.

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Romano Vulpitta je bývalým italským diplomatem a odborníkem na japonskou literaturu. Tento římský rodák úspěšně absolvoval právnickou fakultu římské univerzity a v roce 1964 získal zaměstnání na italském ministerstvu zahraničí. Od roku 1972 do roku 1975 působil jako profesor moderní japonské literatury na univerzitě v Neapoli. Read more …

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Yukio Mishima, Yojuro Yasuda, & Fascism, Part 2

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Part 2 of 2

Translated by Riki Rei

Translations: Czech, Greek

6. Mishima’s Literature of Action

Let’s try searching for similarities between Mishima’s literature and fascism viewed from a literary perspective. If we use one word to describe Mishima’s literature, it is a literature of action. Read more …

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Yukio Mishima, Yojuro Yasuda, & Fascism, Part 1

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Part 1 of 2

Translated by Riki Rei

Czech translation here

Translator’s Note:

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ABC of Economics, Part 5 & Conclusion

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Part 5 of 5

Chapter I

Minor Addenda and Varia 

I have never met a gambler with an ounce of intelligence, but the prejudice against lotteries is in the category of superstitions, totemism and taboo. Lotteries can harm only the imbeciles who buy tickets, but these imbeciles appear to be wholly in their own right. Read more …

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Licurgo e o Estado Espartano

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“E Teopompo, quando um estranho continuou a dizer, conforme ele lhe demonstrou gentileza, que em sua própria cidade ele era considerado amante de Esparta, disse: ‘Meu bom senhor, melhor seria para ti ser chamado amante de tua própria cidade’.” – Plutarco [1]

Assim como Mussolini olhava para a Roma Antiga por um modelo de uma sociedade sadia e orgânica, os antigos romanos olhavam para Esparta. Read more …

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Musolliniho nový fašistický člověk

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“Větší účast na moci znamená odlišné vědomí, cítění, odhodlanost a odlišný úhel pohledu.” Friedrich Nietzsche [1]

“Ocel mě poctivě naučila o souladu mezi duší a tělem: zdálo se mi, že slabé emoce mají za následek ochabování svalů, sentimentalita se projevuje ochabnutím žaludku a přecitlivělost má za následek přecitlivělou bledou kůži. Read more …

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Ezra Pound

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Editor’s Note:

In commemoration of the death of Ezra Pound on November 1, 1972, we are reprinting chapter 7 of Kerry Bolton’s Artists of the Right: Resisting Decadence, published by Counter-Currents.

“A slave is one who waits for someone else to free him.”—Ezra Pound[1]

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Lycurgus & the Spartan State

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“And Theompopus, when a stranger kept saying, as he showed him kindness, that in his own city he was called a lover of Sparta, remarked: ‘My good sir, it were better for thee to be called a lover of thine own city.’” – Plutarch[1]

Just as Mussolini looked to Ancient Rome for the model of a healthy, organic society, the Ancient Romans looked to Sparta. Read more …

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