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Giorgio Freda:
The Unclassifiable Revolutionary

1,967 words

Trans. anonymous, revised by Greg Johnson

“I hate this book. I hate it with all my heart. It gave me glory, that paltry thing called fame, but it is also the source of all my miseries. Read more …

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Жан Тірар – Макіавеллі Об’єднаної Європи

Jean Thiriart, 1922–1992

1,730 words

English original here

Ревний читач Гоббса, Макіавеллі та Паретто, бельгієць Жан Тіріар (1922–1992), засновник пан’європейської організації «Молода Європа» («Jeune Europe») був теоретиком Великої Європи від Ґолвея до Владивостока. Read more …

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Protestantism, Capitalism, & Americanism

Martin Luther

1,050 words

Translated by M. P.

Many authors distinguish between, on the one hand Catholicism, which is supposed to be a negative Christianity incarnated by Rome and an anti-Germanic instrument, and, on the other hand, Protestantism, which is supposed to be a positive Christianity emancipated from the Roman papacy and accepting traditional Germanic values. Read more …

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Geopolitics of Leviathan, Part 2

967 words

Part 2 of 2

Translated by Greg Johnson

Karl Haushofer’s Kontinentalblock  Read more …

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Geopolitics of Leviathan, Part 1

William Blake, “Behemoth and Leviathan”

1,525 words

Part 1 of 2

Translated by Greg Johnson

“Nur Meer und Erde haben hier Gewicht.”
(Only sea and land matter here.)
—Goethe

This article is less concerned with geopolitics than with thalassopolitics, Read more …

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Tradice & Revoluce

497 words

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Za co vlastně bojujeme? Každý politický voják si tuto otázku jednou bude nucen položit. Ačkoli to možná někomu může připadnout protikladné, obvykle odvětíme, že bojujeme ve jménu Tradice a Revoluce. Read more …

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Modernity, Postmodernity, Hypermodernity

1,324 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

In 1917, in Die Krisis der europäischen Kultur (The Crisis of European Culture), Rudolf Pannwitz described the Nietzschean Superman as “postmodern.” The concept then underwent a long eclipse before re-appearing in philosophical debate in 1979. Read more …

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Jean Thiriart: Machiavelli jednotné Evropy

Jean Thiriart, 1922–1992

1,563 words

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Vášnivý čtenář Hobbese, Machiavelliho a Pareta, Belgičan Jean Thiriart (1922-1992), zakladatel panevropského hnutí Jeune Europe (Mladá Evropa) byl zastáncem teorie Velké Evropy od Galway až po Vladivostok. Read more …

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This Saturday’s Featured Author 
Edouard Rix

54 words

I owe Robert Steuckers many debts of thanks, one of them for introducing me to the work of Edouard Rix, surely one of the most concise and compelling of European New Right authors, four of whose works I have translated for Counter-Currents/North American New Right. Click here for a complete list.

Enjoy!

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Plato & Indo-European Tripartition

Plato, detail of Raphael’s “The School of Athens,” 1509–1510

1,125 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

In 1938, Georges Dumézil discovered, the existence of a veritable Indo-European “ideology,” a specific mental structure manifesting a common conception of the world. He writes:

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