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Dachau Blues:
Applying History to Science & Science to History

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Nicholas Kollerstrom
Breaking the Spell
Uckfield, UK: Castle Hill Publishers, 2014

Dachau blues those poor jews
Dachau blues those poor jews
Down in Dachau blues, down in Dachau blues
Still cryin’ ’bout the burnin’ back in world war two’s
One mad man six million lose.

– Captain Beefheart, “Dachau Blues” [1]  Read more …

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Dugin sobre Heidegger

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Alexander Dugin
Martin Heidegger: The Philosophy of Another Beginning
Ed. and trans. Nina Kouprianova
Preface by Paul E. Gottfried
Whitefish, Mt.: Radix, 2014

Martin Heidegger es uno de los filósofos más influyentes del siglo XX. Read more …

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Michael Torigian’s Every Factory a Fortress

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Michael Torigian
Every Factory a Fortress: The French Labor Movement in the Age of Ford and Hitler
Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1999

Michael Torigian’s Every Factory a Fortress: The French Labor Movement in the Age of Ford and Hitler chronicles the rise and decline of the French Labor movement from the years surrounding the First World War to the outbreak of the Second, Read more …

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Jonathan Bowden Has Something to Axe You

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Jonathan Bowden
Axe
Edited by Alex Kurtagić
London: The Palingenesis Project, 2015

“Write as you speak!” is the cliché — second only to “Write what you know!” — given to the writer, professional or amateur, who finds himself at a loss. I suppose it may be good advice for some — clichés, like stereotypes, do, as we on the Right know, have at least some basis in fact.[1]  Read more …

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The Ghost of Metre is as Dead as Friedrich Nietzsche’s God

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urnRobert Vas Dias, London Cityscape Sijo (Perdika Press, 2012)

Darius Victor Snieckus, The Slow Wheel (Paekakariki Press, 2012)

Kate Foley, A Fox Assisted Cure (Shoestring Press, 2012)

Wynn Wheldon, Tiny Disturbances (Acumen Publications, 2012)

Piotr Gwiazda, Messages (Pond Road Press, 2012)  Read more …

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Anissimov’s Critique of Democracy

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Michael Anissimov
A Critique of Democracy: A Guide for Neoreactionaries
Zenit Books, 2015

Neoreaction is a philosophical movement, which emerged from social media in the past few years, seemingly in response to the hordes of social justice warriors that haunt the realms of message boards, blogs, and Twitter. Read more …

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It’s Trad, Dad!

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Rachel Haywire
The New Reaction
Foreword by Mark Dyal
London: Arktos, 2015

Middleman sees straight ahead
And never crosses borders
Never understood the artist
Or the lazy workers

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Notes sur Moïse l’Egyptien, Partie 3

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

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Note de l’auteur :

Le texte suivant complète mes notes sur le chapitre 3 du livre de Jan Assmann, Moïse l’Egyptien.

Bien que le chapitre 3 de Moïse l’Egyptien soit intitulé « Avant la Loi : John Spencer comme  égyptologue », le dernier quart du chapitre est consacré à Ralph Cudworth (1617–1688), l’un des collègues de Spencer à Cambridge et un membre important des Platoniciens de Cambridge.  Read more …

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“Whitechapel girls they don’t let go”
Jonathan Bowden’s Demon

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Jonathan Bowden
Demon
Edited by Alex Kurtagić
London: The Palingenesis Project, 2014

The Jonathan Bowden Project is not a progressive rock band, although transgressive might apply. Rather, it is Alex Kurtagić’s project to republish material from The Collected Works of Jonathan Bowden, in something of a respectable and reader-friendly format; the original having been, apparently, something of a self-published mess. Read more …

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The Original Weird Critick

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H. P. Lovecraft
Supernatural Horror in Literature
Edited, annotated, and with a foreword by Alex Kurtagic
London: Wermod & Wermod, 2013

The origins of the modern “weird tale” lie in H. P. Lovecraft’s essay, Supernatural Horror in Literature. Not, of course, that there were not “weird” stories long before; Lovecraft himself traces them as far back as the Book of Enoch and various mediaeval works.[1]  Read more …

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