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Igualdad:
el camino a una vida carente de significado

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English original here

En un libro que escribió hace unos veinte años, Jonathan Bowden mencionó que el significado se origina en la diferencia, o desigualdad. Read more …

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Equality:
The Way to a Meaningless Life

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Spanish translation here

In a book he wrote some twenty years ago, Jonathan Bowden said that meaning originates in difference, or inequality. Read more …

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Politicized Science vs. Scientific Politics

Gabriel von Max, “The Vivisectionist,” 1883, detail

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It may seem ironic for those who are said to have “far Right views,” but perhaps one of the biggest obstacles in the struggle for the West is the far Right’s obsession with the scientific understanding of human races. It is not so much that scientific knowledge about race is irrelevant to our political purpose (which is the struggle for the West), but, rather, that this science is thought to possess a political utility it does not and will never have.

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Why All that Theory?

Plato and Aristotle from Raphael’s “The School of Athens”

4,336 words

There are those who wonder what the point is in discussing abstract theory while we are losing control over our society, in concrete and measurable ways, on multiple fronts, on a daily basis. For them abstract theory is just words, futile and devoid of meaning because their effect cannot be quantified, because their abundance is disproportionate to their physical effects, and because what ultimately counts for them is what transpires in empirical reality.

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Die Neue Rechte im Verhältnis zur Alten Rechten

3,059 words

Übersetzt von Piet Seidensticker

English original here

Was ist “neu” an der Nordamerikanischen Neuen Rechten und wie verhält sich diese zur „Alten Rechten“? 

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Twentieth-Century Metaphysics

2,147 words

Edited by Kerry Bolton

Editor’s Note:

These aphorisms and notes can be dated ca. late 1945–1948, Read more …

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Video of the Day
Greg Johnson, “Old Versus New Right”

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Christopher Nolan’s Batman Movies:
Weaponizing Traditionalism, Transvaluing Values

Christopher Nolan

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Unless you’re living in Tora Bora, you probably know that Christopher Nolan’s third Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, is coming out this week. Read more …

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American Transcendentalism:
An Indigenous Culture of Critique

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Philip F. Gura
American Transcendentalism: A History
New York: Hill and Wang, 2007

Philip Gura’s American Transcendentalism provides a valuable insight into a nineteenth-century leftist intellectual elite in the United States. This is of considerable interest because Transcendentalism was a movement entirely untouched by the predominantly Jewish milieu of the twentieth-century left in America. Read more …

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Re-Reading Rousseau

Maurice Quentin de La Tour, “Portrait of Jean-Jacques Rousseau” (1712–1778), pastel on paper, 1753

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Translated by Greg Johnson*

Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778) is a rather curious case in the history of ideas. After two centuries, he is still the object of truly passionate opinions (you either love him or you hate him), and few authors have given rise to as many contradictory interpretations. He is commonly seen as an inspiration for the French Revolution, but also as an influence on German nationalism. Read more …

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