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My Code, Continued

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In an earlier essay, I shared ten aphorisms from “my code.” In case you missed that essay, I will just say that a few years ago I decided to establish a code to live by. Like most of the things I do, this turned into a major project and I wound up gathering nuggets of “practical knowledge” from all manner of sources: Aristotle, the Stoics and Epicureans, the Eddas and Sagas, medieval Chivalry, Japanese Bushido, Tyler Durden, G. I. Gurdjieff, and even Indian Shaivism. Read more …

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Superando o Corpo e a Mente Burguesas

Giambologna, “Hercules Battles the Centaur Nessus,” 1599, detail, Loggia dei Lanzi, Florence

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“Eu caminho entre essas pessoas e mantenho meus olhos abertos; elas se tornaram menores e estão se tornando cada vez menores: mas isso é por causa de seus ensinamentos sobre felicidade e virtude. Tanta gentileza, tanta fraqueza eu vejo. Tanta justiça e piedade, tanta fraqueza. Suaves, justos e gentis eles são uns com os outros, como grãos de areia são suaves, justos e gentis uns com os outros”. – Zaratustra

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Musolliniho nový fašistický člověk

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“Větší účast na moci znamená odlišné vědomí, cítění, odhodlanost a odlišný úhel pohledu.” Friedrich Nietzsche [1]

“Ocel mě poctivě naučila o souladu mezi duší a tělem: zdálo se mi, že slabé emoce mají za následek ochabování svalů, sentimentalita se projevuje ochabnutím žaludku a přecitlivělost má za následek přecitlivělou bledou kůži. Read more …

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Nietzsche, Physiology, & Transvaluation

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“Whenever the will to power falls off in any way, there will also be physiological decline, decadence. And when the most masculine virtues and drives have been chopped off the god of decadence, he will necessarily turn into a god of the physiologically retrograde, the weak.” – Friedrich Nietzsche[1]

Bourgeois bodies exist only within a matrix of consumption, so much so that even “healthy lifestyles” are merely another marketing niche Read more …

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Overcoming the Bourgeois Mind & Body

Giambologna, “Hercules Battles the Centaur Nessus,” 1599, detail, Loggia dei Lanzi, Florence

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“I walk among these people and keep my eyes open; they have become smaller and are becoming ever smaller: but this is because of their teaching on happiness and virtue. So much kindness, so much weakness I see. So much justice and pity, so much weakness. Round, righteous, and kind they are to one another, like grains of sand are round, righteous, and kind to one another.” – Zarathustra[1]

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Lycurgus & the Spartan State

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“And Theompopus, when a stranger kept saying, as he showed him kindness, that in his own city he was called a lover of Sparta, remarked: ‘My good sir, it were better for thee to be called a lover of thine own city.’” – Plutarch[1]

Just as Mussolini looked to Ancient Rome for the model of a healthy, organic society, the Ancient Romans looked to Sparta. Read more …

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Leonidas & the Spartan Ethos

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The Persian rider edged his horse cautiously forward. Just ahead the coastal plain dwindled to a narrow passage between the mountains and the sea, scarcely wider than a carriage track. Read more …

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Mussolini’s New Fascist Man

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“A greater degree of power corresponds to a different consciousness, feeling, desiring, a different perspectival view.” — Friedrich Nietzsche[1]

“The steel faithfully taught me the correspondence between the spirit and the body: thus feeble emotions, it seemed to me, corresponded to flaccid muscles, Read more …

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Mixed Martial Arts:
Using All Powers, Like our Ancestors Did

Greek pankration depicted on ancient vase. The referee on the right stands ready with a rod to punish cheaters.

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The Triumph of Mixed Martial Arts

When one hears the term “Martial Arts,” one usually thinks of the traditional styles of the Far East, namely Kung Fu, Karate, or Tae Kwan Do. Read more …

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