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The Philosopher’s Moan:
Saltus on Pessimism

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“Spinoza was neither an optimist nor a pessimist. He neither laughed at life nor grieved over it. It is possible that he understood it.” —Edgar Saltus, The Anatomy of Negation

After making something of an effort to keep up with the terrific output of Vox Day’s Castalia House imprint, I’m now poking my nose into Kevin Slaughter’s doings over at his Underworld Amusements publishing venture. Read more …

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Reflexões sobre a Estética e Figura Literária do Dândi

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English original: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Antes de entrar no assunto principal, eu gostaria de fazer três observações preliminares:

Eu hesitei em aceitar seu convite para falar sobre a figura do dândi, pois esse tipo de questão não é meu tema principal de interesse.

Eu finalmente aceitei porque redescobri um ensaio lúcido e magistral de Otto Mann, Read more …

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The Decline of Wit into Camp 
Sour Cream:
Michael Nelson’s A Room in Chelsea Square

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Anonymous (Michael Nelson)
A Room in Chelsea Square
Richmond: Valancourt Books, 2014

“Well,” said John,” I’m thought queer because I have more brains than most children. Some say I have more brains than I ought to have. You’re queer because you have more money than most people; and (some say) more than you ought to have.” — Olaf Stapledon, Odd John

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The Stark Truth  
Robert Stark Interviews James J. O’Meara

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Robert Stark interviews James J. O’Meara about his new Counter-Currents title The Homo and the Negro: Masculinist Meditations on Politics and Popular Culture. Read more …

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Wild Boys vs. “Hard Men”

Buffalo Bill Cody

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Editor’s Note:

The following text is excerpted from chapter 5 of James J. O’Meara’s book The Homo and the Negro: Masculinist Meditations on Politics and Popular Culture, forthcoming from Counter-Currents. 

Many of today’s “alternative” Rightists aspire to a pre-modern, even Traditional worldview that they hope will return us to the vital sources of our civilization. Read more …

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Úvahy o estetické a kulturní postavě dandyho, část 2

Charles Baudelaire, 1821-1867

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English original here

Poslání umělce podle Charlese Baudelaira

Pro dandyho je nezbytné do současného barbarismu vetknout trochu estetiky. Read more …

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Reflections on the Aesthetic &
Literary Figure of the Dandy, Part II

Charles Baudelaire, 1821–1867

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Translated by Greg Johnson

Part 2 of 3. Part I: here

Translations: Czech, Portuguese

The Mission of the Artist According to Baudelaire

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