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The Metaphysics of Indo-European Tripartition, Part 4
Tripartition in Human Thought & Language

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Arjuna

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Part 4 of 6

1. Universal, Particular, and Individual

Before we turn to the level of the purely ideal and transcendent, our highest level of abstraction, I will speak briefly about how tripartition displays itself in the way in which we attempt to embody the ideal in thought and language.

First of all, there are three fundamental types of noun: the universal, the particular, and the singular. Read more …

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Helga’s Lampshade

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The year is 1943, and the matronly harridan Helga von Grimm has a problem. Lampshades made from human skin are “all the rage” in nazi-ruled Europe, and hers has a defect. The imbecile guards at the local concentration camp, where all prisoners are tattooed with swastikas, have mistakenly left tattoo marks on the tanned skin, despite Helga’s specific instructions that they be removed, and now her new lampshade is ruined.

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The Metaphysics of Indo-European Tripartition, Part 3
Tripartition in Animals & Nature in General

Detail from Grandes Heures of Anne of Brittany, 1503-1508

Detail from Grandes Heures of Anne of Brittany, 1503-1508

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Part 3 of 6

Tripartition in Animals

1. Schad’s Three Systems 

So far I have been applying Indo-European tripartition to the human realm, to political and societal order, to individual and group psychology, to physiognomy, to anatomy, and to sexuality. Read more …

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The Metaphysics of Indo-European Tripartition, Part 2
Tripartition in Human Society, Psychology, & Physiology

The Judgment of Paris by the Master of the Argonaut Panels, c. 1480,

The Judgment of Paris by the Master of the Argonaut Panels, c. 1480,

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Part 2 of 6

1. The Tripartite Human Soul

To begin, the Indo-Europeans traditionally believed that society must be structured in three parts or “functions” because people themselves exhibit three basic soul-types.  Read more …

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The Metaphysics of Indo-European Tripartition, Part 1

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Georges Dumézil

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Part 1 of 6

Author’s Note:

This essay was originally written almost exactly thirteen years ago. I have withheld it from publication for all these years, because I considered the ideas in it a bit too speculative and daring.  Read more …

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Economic Growth the Gilmore Way!
John Robb’s The American Way

Grant Wood, Spring in Town, 1942

Grant Wood, Spring in Town, 1942

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John Robb
The American Way: The Lost Secret to American Prosperity and How to Get it Back
HomeFree America, 2014

I don’t have to tell you things are bad. Everybody knows things are bad. It’s a depression. Everybody’s out of work, or scared of losing their job. The dollar buys a nickel’s worth. Read more …

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’68 was invented by D’Annunzio

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Interviewed by Edoardo Sylos Labini[1]

Translation: Túlio S. Borges de Oliveira

Edoardo Sylos Labini: Tell us about an OFF[2] episode from the beginning of your career?

Giordano Bruno Guerri: One day I published my book on [Giuseppe] Bottai, originally my thesis, through Feltrinelli. Read more …

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Tiffany Thayer & the Fortean Fascists, Part 2

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Part 2 of 2

An Unexpected Party

The Fortean Society was founded on January 26, 1931, with a great fanfare of sounding brasses, tinkling cymbals, after-dinner speeches, and press releases. Thereafter the Society did practically nothing for six years.

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Remembering Lee Kuan Yew

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leekuanyew-listeningOn March 23rd, Singapore’s founding father died at the age of 91.

While Lee was an anti-colonialist, in that he sought the devolution of power from Westminster, he did not start out as a Singaporean nationalist. He oversaw the devolution of power and a merger with Malaya. When the Federation of Malaya and Singapore was dissolved by Malaya’s Prime Minister, Lee cried on television stating that his dream had failed. It may be hard to imagine any Governor who wouldn’t jump at the chance of becoming Prime Minister or President, but Lee was thinking of the good of his country.  Read more …

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Maurice Cowling:
Ultra-Conservative Extraordinaire

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Editor’s Note:

This is the transcript by V. S. of Jonathan Bowden’s 2009 lecture on Professor Maurice Cowling. Unfortunately, the sound quality of the source is absolutely terrible, and there are many unintelligible passages. Both V. S. and I have racked our brains over this transcript long enough. Now we are crowdsourcing it to people who have a better ear for Bowden’s accent and the background knowledge necessary to pull words that elude us out of the buzz. Read more …

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